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!

Sherri J. | Spring Hill, FL, USA


Buy a different type kind of cigarette each time you shop.  If it’s not what you are used to, and like, you won’t want it so much.

Julie Vander Weken | Eugene, Oregon, United States


Two years ago I had decided to quit smoking and I had tried quitting cold turkey to no avail. What worked for me was weening myself off cigarettes. I was smoking about one pack a day. So, to start I…Continue Reading »

Mark S. | Joplin, Missouri, USA


keep your butts in a jar of water

Hans B. | Munich, Bavaria, Germany


Paying every time you smoke. Not only do cigarettes cost a lot of money, you should tell friends, co-workers etc. etc., that if they see you with a cigarette they are entitled to a certain sum of…Continue Reading »

Angie B. | Charlotte, North Carolina, USA


When I quit smoking 5 years ago, the biggest problem I faced was what to do with my hands. In the evenings after work…sitting on the couch…watching TV…talking on the phone…these were the times that I…Continue Reading »

Cynthia O. | Delmar, MD, USA


Put some salt on the end of your tongue to kill urge to smoke

Jaclyn A. | White City, Oregon, USA


What has been helping me alot is gum and suckers but buy the sugar free ones so you dont gain a lo of weight when trying to quit smoking, i also have found it helpful to leave notes all over my room…Continue Reading »

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 »

Robin W. | DeWitt, Michigan, USA


Use a straw to puff on when you have that feeling to smoke. It really does work