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Staying smoke-free during March Break

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  1. linda, quit coach
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    14 Mar 2018
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    March break is family time and there are so many things to do and see with the kids. It’s a fun and exciting time for the whole family. There’s so many activities to choose from and so many places to see, sometimes it can be overwhelming and challenging for someone who is trying to quit. Also, routines are interrupted with an overload of events, travelling, shopping, food, visits and visitors, it can create enough stress to exhaust most of us. This change in schedules and routines can impact our behavior and mood and make it harder to focus on staying smoke-free. While we are enjoying each moment and creating memories with our kids during this fun and busy time, what did you do to remain smoke-free during March break?

  2. ocean
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    Yes, I'm surviving March Break!  It's harder to fill up my days but I thankfully got very sick for three days, so I couldn't do much.  I'm feeling better now and filed my nails, ate chocolate, bought a magazine, reading a good book, cooked, and am planning some day trips downtown just to get out of my neighborhood and house (museums and cafes).  It's been so gloomy the entire week which is a downer, so Ill be doing some window shopping in the brightly lit malls.  We don't have money to get away, so it's the little things you always wished you could do when you're at work that comes to mind.  Might do a day trip to Montreal as well.
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