Success Tips —Great Ideas from People Who Have Quit

Carol S. | Reno, NV, USA


Don’t buy them!  When you buy them, you have them and smoke them!

Pamela D. | Bradenton, FL, USA


When I was 18, my boyfriend said he couldn’t be with me unless I quit smoking, I prayed and the next I didn’t have any cravings at all

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 »

Brianne A. | Bigfoot, TX, USA


When you want a cigarette, stare intently at the thing you love most of all in the world and ask yourself, what and where would I (or they) be without me? Do I really need this??

Aleta C. | Unknown


Convince yourself.
What I mean is before you start, convince yourself this will work, that you will be a non-smoker when this process is complete. I smoked for 17 years and tried everything under…Continue Reading »

Angela S. | Kentwood, Michigan, USA


Orange Therapy This totally worked for me. I needed to find a low calorie, time consuming, stimulating thing to do with my mouth and hands. Oranges take a few minutes to skin. They smell great. They…Continue Reading »

Mark S. | Joplin, Missouri, USA


keep your butts in a jar of water

Suzi Z. | Eldred, IL, USA


Always have a cinnamon stick handy!

Holly B. | Barrie, Ontario, CA


My best tip would be to never start in the first place, but if it’s too late for that and you’re looking to quit, I’d suggest giving your cigarettes to a supportive loved one who is a nonsmoker, so…Continue Reading »

Roy M. | Holly, Michigan, USA


Start by cutting out one a day. Skip the bedtime smoke for a few days, once you get over that hump, skip the morning smoke for a few days. Try to change your routine to cut out another smoke a day.…Continue Reading »