When I first quit smoking I would constantly ask the "oldies" when will I know that I am officially a non-smoker -how will I know? I knew I was doing very well in my quit but somehow it didnt kind of feel "real". I didnt feel like a non-smoker even though now in retrospect I was. Don't let that feeling (or nickidemon) tell you any different - you are a non-smoker from the day you start your quit.......
However, today I realised that I hadnt checked my quitmeter for about six months - at the beginning I was there every day watching that money grow and the number of cigarettes not smoked grow. Imagining them all lined up... Playing little games with my stats. Of course, I was at QSJ most of the day too - keeping an eye on things and looking for inspiration. So now, I FEEL like I am a non smoker - so it does happen. Again, different for everyone.............
My question is this - I would like to reinstall my quitmeter - just for interests sake but cant remember the name of it (that's how long its been since I used it) Please let me know which is your favorite meter and why. I used to like the one I had because it had milestones and used to make mini awards on special days...........
"Never leave another quitter behind" borrowed from BTBasser to whom I owe such a large part of my quit............quit date February 14th 2007
Message by peter d
on September 25 2011 at 9:03 am
Location: United States Joined: January 01 2008 Posts:
I never used one,,,,
but someone will be a long to help you....
that's the way it works here !!!
quit date--Dec 26, 2007
hold on tight to your dream,,,,
Message by PackyLou
on September 25 2011 at 12:21 pm
Location: United States Joined: September 13 2007 Posts:
I have something on my profile page here, but I copied and pasted from MySpace a long time ago (no MySpace anymore, I just used that to keep in touch with number one son while he was over seas in Army)
It is amazing to watch the stats grow...I will check back later and see if someone has a good answer, I might want to load a different one, too!
Hope your sunday is nice,
"I took the road less traveled by ~
and it has made all the difference..."