I Quit Smoking (A Work in Progress)

Quit Smoking Blog Series

I smoked cigarettes for 12 years and attempted to quit not just once but several times, and this current attempt is by far the most successful. At last, I stopped this bad habit by just going "cold turkey" and without resorting to any nicotine replacement therapies.

This section of my blog is a compilation of my blog posts about my journey from quitting smoking to embracing a healthy lifestyle.

  1. Will I Ever Stop Smoking? My Failed Attempts at Quitting
  2. The Planning Stage
  3. The First Day I Quit Smoking
  4. The First Week of Quitting Smoking
  5. One Month Smoke-Free, I No Longer Hate Myself
  6. One Year After I Quit Smoking: Benefits and Lessons from Being Nicotine-Free
  7. How to Stay Motivated When You Feel Like Giving Up: 5 Tips that Work

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Aris Moreno is the owner of www.theoptimistblog.com, a blog that aims to inspire and motivate people to be positive and happy. Life was not easy for him in the past and he went through different problems, but because of a positive disposition, he was able to rise up and overcome his trials. These experiences became his guide and inspiration to write meaningful articles in his blog. For him, being able to give direction and encouragement to others is what gives him genuine joy and happiness. It’s also his way of giving glory back to God for all the blessings that he continues to receive.

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