Procrastinators Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from chronic procrastination.

Summer 09

Thanks for support

Your Quit Date is: Tuesday, June 16, 2009 at 5:30:00 PM
Smoke-Free: 1 day, 11 hours, 39 minutes and 10 seconds

Thanks for the support.  


I Quit

One of my goals for summer 2009 is to quit smoking. 3:53:20 6/16/09 is my offical quit date. I have mixed feelings about posting here as I do not want to jinx myself, but when you quit you are supposed to tell others. Well I am a closet smoker so I really have know one to tell. I have joined on-line community that has been very supportive and I think it will be the key to my success.



woo hooo hope faith!

I have faith that you can do this one, as I quit 20 years ago. I got really ill with bronchitis one season and felt like I was breathing bubbles. My doctor told me I would feel that way each time the seasons' changed (and living in Boston, that happened every five minutes! I was lucky enough to be so ill I had to sleep for most of the time, but during my cravings I knit the ugliest scarf you ever saw! Just don't pick up the first one!

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Congrats, hope-faith! You can do it!


you can do it!

Congratulations Hope-Faith! I know you can do it!

I quit almost 13 years ago- started around 12 - horrible I know! So I know the closet feeling too. The first 6 months was the hardest for me- i can remember having to go in another room or bathroom if I was around someone smoking and just sit and pray until the craving passed. You will get through it too!!

As Journey said, we are all pretty awesome around here!!!

you can do it!

wonderful news hope-faith!! 

Yay for leaving the closet,

Yay for leaving the closet, Hope-faith! I quit smoking 10 years ago and it was tough, but so worth it! There wasn't a day in the first three years that I didn't think of smoking, but today I can't even remember what it was like to smoke! Smoking people literally disgust me now, and I step away whenever I'm outdoors and bothered by someone's smoke nearby! I'm sure you'll get there and you will feel so liberated!

And the money you'll save - it felt/feels great having more grocery/spending money in my pocket, a pack of ciggies is about 8 dollars US/6 Euros around here, insane!



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yay for quitting cigarettes!!!!!!

I think it's wonderful, and I know you can do it. As I said in the chat, I quit myself many years ago. It was hard, but the hardness passed, I'm very glad I did it!!

Procrastination is the grave in which opportunity is buried.

re: quitters!

CONGRATULATIONS!  4 years for me.  The first week sucks, but it gets easier.   After you pass the 30 day mark it gets a LOT easier.  It was hard for me, but it wasn't the horrible torture that I imagined it would be.  The cravings are unpleasant, but they pass in a few minutes.   I joined QUITNET when I quit and got a lot of support there.   


And GRATZ to the other quitters here, we are so fricking awesome, aren't we?


"The elevator to success is out of order.   You'll have to take the stairs . . . one step at a time." - Joe Girard


That is the online communit that I have joined it is very helpful. Thanks for support and I agree everyone here is awesome.