Success Tips —Great Ideas from People Who Have Quit

Jennifer L. | Calgary, Alberta, CA


Don’t focus on “quitting smoking forever” - the whole process can seem really daunting that way. Celebrate the little victories; like smoke-free for an hour, then a day, then a week, etc. That way…Continue Reading »

Rebecca K. | Morphettville, South Australia, AUS


Keep your mind occupied. You can only think of one thing at a time, so if you find yourself thinking of a smoke, for gods sake do something to get your mind off of it! Watch a good movie. Think of a…Continue Reading »

Lucinda M. | Brewer, ME, USA


I find to help with quitting smoking that if I keep busy doing crafts keeps my mind and hands are too occupied to smoke.

Michelle R. | Middletown, Connecticut, USA


Don’t keep ashtrays where you usually sit, like by the computer or in the living room. Chances are you will at least delay that next cigarette if you have to get up and stop something you are in the…Continue Reading »

Mark S. | Joplin, Missouri, USA


keep your butts in a jar of water

Soo H. | San Diego, CA, USA


Think of the children before taking a puff on the cig.

Lindsey J. | Springfield, Oregon, USA


Placing a photo of my daughter on the cover of my packet helped me quit. Every time I would reach for a cigarette I would see her beautiful face. I want to see that face grow up!

Teresa C. | Reidsville, NC, USA


Stay busy and you will forget all about Smoking, 9 times out of 10 smoking is more of a habit than a true additction.

Another tip is to get something like a plastic little tube that actually looks…Continue Reading »

Sage | Pueblo, Colorado, USA


I smoked for 4 years and am finally quitting for good. I found the best thing to have is self-control, and meditation is a great place to start. Find a quiet place and stretch your whole body, head…Continue Reading »

Domnic G. | Flint, Michigan, USA


im still trying to stop it its not easy but
im working on it so all i can say is dont stoptrying and a support team is great