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Sheila Holtan
Washington, USA
Member Since 5/26/2005
pandora38WA
My Quit:
It feels good being a non smoker.
I take it one day at a time, every day I make a promise to myself to not smoke that day. In the beginning of my quit I would tell myself, if I really wanted one I would wait till tomorrow and not smoke today. Well everyone knows we never get to tomorrow. Tomorrow turns in to today and I refuse to smoke today. So there you have it, My not so secret trick to keeping my quit

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