Instead of making yourself quit smoking, begin to gather loose change. Pick up pennies and other coins you find on the street when you take a walk. Check the couch cushions and in between the seats of your car.
While you're in the care, check the floorboards too. Also, check pockets before doing laundry; if you find it, it's yours.
Turn in your recyclable soda and beer cans and bottles for the deposit money. When you buy something with cash, save the coins that you get for change and put it into your cigarette money jar.
Instead of making yourself quit smoking, quit going to the dry cleaners. Use those at-home dryer cleaning kits instead. Or take your clothes to the dry cleaners after every other wear; in between times, hang the clothes outside to air out and freshen up. Spot remove stains at home.
Find a bulk cleaners instead of one that charges by the item; some bulk dry cleaners charge by the pound.
Instead of making yourself quit smoking; quit your subscription to the daily newspaper. Most of what you need to know is online anyway, and most newspapers have an online website you can check for local news.
Think of it this way, you'll save trees, too! No one can say smokers don't care about the environment too. When you start thinking about it, if you're not going to quit smoking, there are a number of changes you can make that will allow you to still be able to afford cigarettes.
You can cut corners and cut coupons and you don't have to quit smoking. You can get creative with finding lost change and making better use of your cash so you don't have to quit smokig. So, don't quit smoking, just save cigarette money more creatively!
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