If you really want to quit doing something, stop making excuses and do it! Success means getting your BUT out of the way. So say peace out to your BUT(S) once and for all by writing your excuse(s) on your index and middle fingers, striking a pose, snapping a picture, and photo-replying back to us. Making a public statement helps hold you and others accountable and increases the likelihood of successfully quitting. So show us your BUTS!
3 Days!! I’m so proud that I made it past that first day. And my best friend has been nicotine free for 9 days now! We got this.
Make sure you have the tools you need to quit smoking.
Life and quitting can be full of ups-and-downs. Don’t ride it out alone. Here’s some tips to help you ask for help if you need it http://1.usa.gov/10VYRcE
Here’s some advice from Bill, who started smoking when he was 15 to be accepted and fit in with friends.