Secondhand smoke is bad for you. While I’m guessing this article hasn’t blown your mind yet – the reason why it’s so bad for you might yet surprise you.
Quitting smoking is like an exam. Those pesky A4 size monsters that filled the school hall with silence. The only sounds heard were the slow footsteps of teachers walking back and forth isles so narrow that your pint-sized desk would face a momentary shock whenever someone brushed passed it.
Let’s face it. Cigarettes don’t have much going for them. Like a bad relationship, they can affect so many aspects of your life and be seriously difficult to shake. But they’re bringing you down, and a break-up is, without a doubt, the best way forward.
Congratulations, you’re on a life-changing journey! You’ve just found out that you’re pregnant and suddenly have another human to look out for. You desperately want to do everything right, and ensure your baby is developing in the healthiest possible way. But unfortunately, despite knowing it’s super important, you haven’t quite managed to kick your habit […]
They say the woman makes the man. Meghan Markle may have only just tied the knot to Prince Harry but it seems that Her Royal Highness is already making her mark…Ie, on the Prince’s lifestyle.
So you’re worried you’ll gain weight if you give up the cigs.
Planning takes time. Take a wedding, for example (a Royal one, if you must). Months upon months of die-hard preparation, 007 strategies deployed to ensure Uncle Tim and Aunty Sarah are seated tables apart, and a late realisation that most people you’ve invited have RSVP’d simply for the free booze.
Long gone are the days when puffing on a cigarette oozed the coolness and glamour made famous by cultural icons like James Dean and Audrey Hepburn.
When you reach your quit date, your focus shifts from preparing for your quit date to staying smoke-free.