Angie

At age 45 I knew it was time. I started smoking when I was 11 and had tried to quit a few times before. My children are grown and after seeing some of their grandparents end up with copd, I knew I didn't want that for my future grandkids. So on Mothers Day last year, I officially became smoke free! In the beginning I never felt worse, or better in my entire life. I went to acupuncture, as for me, I just wanted to get everything associated with smoking out of my body just once. I did gain some weight, but that's ok because now my wrinkles puffed out. I also seem to have so much oxygen now that I almost feel dizzy:) I never realized how much time in a day I wasted smoking. I have taken up new hobbies and finished lots of projects. Money? What more can I say. I made the choice to put the same I spent on smokes into an account, and have bought myself a vitamix, laptop, e-reader and joined a gym! Stick with it and be proud. Make sure to reward yourself frequently! I feel great and my kids are proud. Ill be a grandparent who has energy and only a few wrinkles:)
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Angie
Edmonton