Quit when you’re in a good mood
Studies find that you’re less likely to be a successful quitter if you quit when you’re depressed or under a great deal of stress.
When your quit smoking date arrives, throw out anything that reminds you of smoking
That includes all smoking paraphernalia—leftover cigarettes, matches, lighters, ashtrays, cigarette holders, even the lighter in your car.
Put all the money you’re saving on cigarettes in a large glass jar
You want to physically see how much you’ve been spending. Earmark that money for something you’ve always dreamed of doing, but never thought you could afford, be it a cruise to Alaska or a first-class ticket to visit an old college friend. Here are some incredible ways your body will heal itself after you quit.