Smoke Free 250 Days

  • 250 days since my last cigarette.
  • 5000 cigarettes not smoked.
  • $1,375.00 not spend on cigarettes.

Until February, I had been a pack-a-day Camel Lights smoker for fifteen years. I logically knew that I should quit, but I still really enjoyed smoking. Despite many failed quit attempts over the years, I tried again in February. The first couple of days were rough and I don’t know if I would have succeeded if I hadn’t found help. On day two of smokeless misery I was at a party where a good friend was using an e-cigarette. Intrigued, I did some research and then desperately sought one the next day. It may be the best money I ever spent.

The e-cigarette has made quitting smoking easier than I could have imagined. It’s not even like quitting! It’s more like switching brands. Also, I:

  • Can use it inside.
  • Don’t smell like an ashtray.
  • Get more kisses from the wife.

Oh, and the lack of cancer is cool too.

If you want to quit smoking, and you should, give the e-cigarette a try.

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