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 usually lit up. A friend taught me to knit ( I am not a huge knitting fan but it worked) It kept my hands busy and my mind distracted. I knitted a blanket that could cover a family of four and I am smoke-free!
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