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2014 Picture Your Quit - Show Us Your Quit Motivation!

Hang on to your quit
Picture Your Quit is where you can celebrate your Quit in words and pictures! Does your Quit hang on, no matter how rough the ride? Maybe you have a special someone or something that motivates you to KTQ? Be creative!

When you are ready to give it a try, you can find instructions and some sample images on the Picture Your Quit page. To access the page, just log into your Q account at QUITNET. Once you are logged in, click on the Blue COMMUNITY Tab at the top of your page and then click the 'Picture Your Quit' link located on the left hand side bar (between the Chat & Qmail links).  Have fun, and KTQ!


I haven't had a cigarette or any other tobacco product for 33 hours now. That might not sound like much to some people, but for me it's amazing. I haven't had any overwhelming cravings as of yet, I'm happy to add.
Posted @ Friday, December 06, 2013 9:39 PM by Vickie Ellis
I have tried to quit so many times through the years and it is hard.I had just found out I have emphazema in my left lung and have lot of pain.I have never been scared in my life for how I was feeling.I really need and want to quit!
Posted @ Saturday, January 04, 2014 12:30 PM by gramama
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Posted @ Tuesday, February 11, 2014 6:11 AM by infographic design services
This annual event aligns with one of FDA’s key goals to encourage those already addicted to tobacco products to quit. With the regulation of tobacco products, the federal government, for the first time, brings previously unavailable
Posted @ Monday, February 17, 2014 2:32 AM by phd writing service
I did this for myself and everyday I make the decision to continue forward smoke free, quitting was to hard to do agin so this time I will stay smoke free. I smell good, not like a sig . loving my self.
Posted @ Saturday, March 15, 2014 2:24 PM by jacalyn
I haven't quit yet. However, tomorrow morning I'll be doing it. Tonight when I go to bed I will be a non smoker for good. I have just finished reading Allen Carr - The EASY way to quit and by God, that was the best thing I have ever heard. I am EXCITED to be a non smoker and look forward to living a non smoker life style. Anyone - smoker or ex smoker should read this because I believe I'm going to enjoy every moment I kill the little demon inside begging me to keep him alive while killing myself.. who does that?? No more.
Posted @ Wednesday, October 08, 2014 1:47 PM by Angie
Hang in you all! the first 3 week are hard BUT it get better. and when you look back 3yr. later and find yourself smoke free, It's your life begin again. your new and cant believe you made it. I read all your post, and think of how HARD it was for me. thank god I did it I feel 20yr. younger. I now 61 and most day's 41 that with COPD
Posted @ Friday, October 10, 2014 11:19 AM by Jacalyn
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Picture Your Quit - A Week on the Q

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