I just thought I’d revisit the giving up smoking thing because in retrospect I’m not sure I gave anywhere near enough credit to it. Yes, I still haven’t smoked or even particularly even craved a cigarette since I quit. The way I thought and felt after reading Allen Carr’s book made giving up so easy that it really didn’t appear to be a big deal. But it totally is.
It’s only really over the last week or so that I’ve properly noticed all the benefits. Not just the health benefits but the practicality. Over the xmas period I’ve watched some of my smoker pals struggling as they realise they’ve run out of cigs and it’s cold outside, they can’t drive ‘cos they’ve had a few bevvies and the closest open shop has been pretty far away. Taxis charging double time as well. Smart! A packet of something you wish you didn’t want costing a hefty and to be honest, now, laughable £15 or more! Ouch!
Like I said… this really needed more credit. Not me… the book. The book is called Allen Carr’s Easy Way To Stop Smoking. If you’re an unhappy smoker… give it a try.
A word of advice by the way, don’t be an absolute clown and get the book then leave it a few years before reading it like I did. Big schoolboy fail.
Edit: Here is a link in case you want to buy the book from Amazon.
Just so you know, if you buy through this link, Amazon will pay me a small percentage (at no cost to you that is). If you don’t want me to get paid anything, then just visit them direct at either www.amazon.com or www.amazon.co.uk (for UK). I don’t mind.