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is the best day to become a nonsmoker!

Celebrate your milestones!

Celebrate your milestones! Every minute, every hour, every day, every week and every month you remain a nonsmoker is cause to celebrate. Granted, after you've been a nonsmoker for two months you won't be celebrating the hours as they pass.

During your first 72-96 hours you will probably be celebrating your victories as you go your first few hours smokefree then your first few days as a nonsmoker.

Success breeds success. The more you have a festive time acknowledging your first day, week, month and year of your quit the easier you can make the process. True, the discomfort is just that, uncomfortable. But that doesn't mean you can't have fun along the way.

Celebrate every time you reach a new milestone in your quit. Accept your victories, acknowledge your growth, own your lifestyle change!

Keeping track

There are many free meters you can download that will keep track of your quit. It can be motivating to watch your quit statistics grow bigger and bigger.

When you download the meter you enter your quit details and the meter will log the time you remain a nonsmoker and keep track of how much money you are saving by not smoking.

Here are a few meters:

Meter for Macs

What to do

Be playful during the first few weeks of your quit. Have fun in the face of the discomfort of healing. Enlist the help of friends who will be excited with you as you reach your first day, first week and first month as a nonsmoker.

Preparation is the key to becoming a lasting nonsmoker. Click Next for more help in becoming a lasting nonsmoker.


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Becoming a nonsmoker just got a whole lot easier!

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Getting Started | Stages of Change | Lifestyle Change
Physical Changes | Behavioral Changes | Psychological Changes | Goal Setting
Positive Self-Talk | Getting Support | Quit Day | Celebrate!

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