health concerns are usually at the top of one's "reason to quit" list. i can honestly say that money is just as high on the list for me. before i quit, i was in a panic about money. our account balance seemed to be dwindling before my very eyes. i began going through our list of "extras" every month and started making small cuts...(lowering the cable package, lowering the cell phone package, doing everything i can to lower the electric bill, et...) i then realized that if i wanted to see a big difference in our month to month finances, quitting smoking would HAVE to be cut. so i did, obviously. yesterday was my day to balance the checkbook and catch up on bills, etc. what a sigh of relief it was to see that we had nearly $200 more than we normally have......simply from quitting. that is a MAJOR amount of money to have been lighting on fire every month. quitting smoking makes your stress level go down in soooo many ways!
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