It's always hard to quit smoking, sure, but if you manage to keep yourself motivated by thinking of all the things you can do with the money you save from not smoking, you'll be amazed at what you can do!
There are so many quit smoking programs, the problem isn't finding one, its staying motivated to stick with it. After all, you can use nicotine gums and patches, hypnosis, support groups, and more.
As long as it works for you and your budget, then it's the right solution for you. It's just sticking with it that's sticky.
And what better way to stick with it than by taking the money that you would have spent on cigarettes and saving it up for something else that you really want.
Whether it's for yourself or someone else, fine jewelry is always a great choice as a motivator when you're looking for something to keep you going.
After a few weeks or months of squirreling away cigarette money, you could buy a nice pair of diamond studs, a fancy watch, or a beautiful necklace.
Whether it's for yourself or someone else, if you save some of the money you would have spend on cigarettes after you have quit smoking, you can get a great piece of fine jewelry that will really help motivate you to stay quite smoking.
Isn't there someplace that you have always wanted to travel? This is your chance. After you have quit smoking, sock away the money you would have spend on cigarettes.
Within a few months, you'll have enough money for a short cruise, a jaunt to Europe, or a road trip into the Southwest.
Now that you've freed yourself form smoking, free yourself from debt.
When you've quit smoking, take the money you would have spent on cigarettes and save it up, using it monthly to pay off debt, whether it's your mortgage, student loans, car payment, or something else.
Get ahead at work by taking a night class or an online class. Save your cigarette money after you have quit smoking and save it up for a night class or an online class.
Take a subject that will help you get ahead at work or just dabble in something new and test your wings. Who knows, you might be really good at it! So you see, you have lots of options for what to do with the money that you can save when you quit smoking.
When you quit smoking, you'll soon have enough money to treat yourself to fine jewelry, a small vacation, pay down some debt, and education purposes.
It's hard enough to quit smoking, it's a lot easier when you have something really good to look forward to. With these ideas, you can come up with something that's really important to you to engage you in sticking with the quit smoking plan.
That way, when you quit smoking, it will be easier to stick with it permanently.