Roll call is the most important thing we do at KillTheCan.org and is the reason for our continued success. Roll call at KTC is simple. It is your daily promise that you will not use nicotine in any form for that day. This includes all forms of smokeless tobacco, SNUS, cigarettes, cigars, electronic cigarettes and nicotine replacement therapy. We don’t worry about the “forever”. We quit for today. We’ll worry about tomorrow when we get there. Please use this blog post to post your daily promise.
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Day 77. Glad to be quit with all of you.
day 16- wondering if i was always this hungry? lol
Oh yeah. I used jerry for the first month and a half. And ate more. Will need spring to help in weight loss.
Day 65. Only using the fake on special occasion and hardly gum either. Love it. Hardly think about it anymore and that’s why some days I forget to post. Hard to believe now how addicted I was to nic. It consumed me and I would panic without it. To all the newer folks I can say it definitely gets easier. Stay thirsty my friends for freedom.
Day 38, keep it rollin
John day 16 on my
Quit I will stand next to each and everyone of you stand proud
great job…keep it going!
Right with you Bryan….6 weeks today….feels longer than that some days and shorter others.
6 weeks nic free. Proud of all you quitters. Looking forward to a lifetime of Freedom!
Day 92: stay strong everyone; we got this!
Day 71. I will fight through all urges today and forever for self family and friends. NIC FREE IN 15.
Day 70. Saw your post from yesterday. I have no idea what I’m going to be doing for 100 days. I just can’t believe that I’m really this far along with my quit. It really is so much easier then I thought it would be. I think the motto of one day at a time really works. I have been thinking of quitting for years but always put it off because something always came up that I thought I couldn’t enjoy without a dip. I was forced to quit because I had a life insurance test. I told myself that I will not go back. I have quit a couple of times in the past. I started smoking in high school. Quit right after college. Was good for a couple of years but then started dipping. I dipped for 10 years. I know if I have one dip that the cycle will start again. I’m glad I found this site. I quit with you!