1. Make a list of all the reason why you want to quit and put it up in a visible place.
  2. Set a quit date and stick to it.
  3. Know that it won’t be easy.
  4. As you are getting ready quit, stop buying cigarettes.
  5. A week before you quit, make a list of when you smoke.
  6. Preparation is key! Make a list of things to do when you quit.
  7. If possible, quit when you are in a good mood.
  8. When your quit date arrives, through out anything that reminds you of smoking.
  9. Keep track of all the money you save not smoking.
  10. Find a healthy snack food to carry with you.
  11. Change your routine and help minimize those cravings.
  12. Be patient with yourself and take it one day at a time.

 

Quit Quotes

  • Smoking is a habit that drains your money and kills you slowly, one puff after another. Quit smoking, start living.
  • Burn calories, not cigarettes.  Kick the butt – you can work out and get a better one.
  • Smoking cigarettes is like paying to have your life cut shorter – the most foolish thing anyone can ever do.
  • Smoking does not make you a KILLER per se, but your heart will drown in GUILT if second hand smoke gave someone in your own family a life-threatening disease. Save a lifetime of regret – quit today.
  • Replacing the smoke on your face with a smile today will replace illness in your life with happiness tomorrow. Quit now.
  • Life’s vibrant hues are way too beautiful and precious to be distorted by the smoke of cigarettes.
  • The hardest distance is always from the sofa to the front door. Every beginning is difficult, but it gets easier from there on- Erik Nool
  • There will never be a “perfect” time to quit smoking. A time when you don’t have any distractions or stress… If you had started today one year ago, this would not even be an issue for you today! Don’t waste another year!- Mark Twain
  • It’s all about choices! You choose, you make the rules, not tobacco companies, not addiction.- John Kehoe
  • Most people, who have quit smoking, have had at least one unsuccessful try in the past. It is not important how many times you try to quit. The only important thing is, that eventually you stay quit-Ralph Waldo Emerson.