Good for you
And you must feel really happy with all the money you don't know what to do with now that it's not constantly being transformed into smoke.
I'll always know what to do with the money [now it's not going up in smoke] cos these days I don't get too much to begin with. Sure, it helps a lot that I quit the smokes, but due to a combination of health issues, I was placed on a Disability Support Pension and money never seems to go as far as it did just a few years back. Mind you, I can't complain. I'm still better off than some, and if I'm wise with money and stick to budget, [read: be tight as a fishes bum] I can afford to purchase something I really want every now and then.
I quit about this time of year too, but 17 years ago. Way to go starkers!
I would have been off 'em longer if I had been stronger willed about 17 years ago. I had begun to quit and had been smoke free for several months, but I was going through a really rough time caring for my dying father and I caved into the desire to smoke again. Thing is, I tried and failed a number of times, so I'm more than just pleased that I succeeded this time.
Gah. I'm currently vaping.
Even though it's healthier (and cheaper too!) than smoking, I don't consider that 'quitting smoking', simply replacing an addiction with another.
Don't be too hard on yourself, Jorge, the fact that you're off the nicotine is a good start. Now I never tried the 'vape' smokes so I don't know much about them, but surely they can't be as addictive as tobacco, and you have a better chance of stopping those when you decide they need to go as well. Just remember, nicotine is more addictive than heroin, so you're more than halfway there.