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Winner of Distractions! & Journal of the Month March 2013

Hey guys,

Apologies for the delay in getting the points totted up for March’s game of Distractions! but we’re finally ready to announce the winner(s).

But first, we’d like to announce March’s Journal of the Month Award, which goes to SnoreLack. Despite some colourful language, this diary is an interesting and honest account of the frustrations and irritations that smoking cessation can cause for some people. Well worth a read (although you should maybe give it a miss if you are offended by strong language).

So, congratulations SnoreLack. You get an extra 100 points added onto you’re Distractions! score for the month of March.

Unfortunately, this wasn’t quite enough to take first place, which goes to Korrin, however the team here have decided to award the prize of a free copy of The Stop Smoking College Handbook to both Snorelack and Korrin.

We’ll be emailing both winners to tell them about their prize imminently. Well done everybody that entered and get ready for another month of Distractions!, which will begin soon…

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Journal of the Month: January 2013

Each month, we award one of our member’s Quit Smoking Diaries with the esteemed title of Journal of the Month.

When deciding which journal is the winner, we look at many factors including how often the journal is updated, how much effort has been put into each post and how interesting, useful and entertaining the journal is.

Journal of the Month for January 2013 is awarded to Danielle’s Stop Smoking Journal.

In her diary, Danielle talks about how her first attempt at stopping smoking ended in disaster. She was smoking 50 a day but when she tried to stop, she found it too difficult. But she picked herself up and tried a different tactic – cutting down her consumption of cigarettes.

She smoked between 20 and 30 cigarettes for a couple of weeks but found she was steadily increasing her consumption, so she tried once again to stop smoking abruptly.

And, I’m happy to report she hasn’t smoked in nearly six days and is feeling a whole lot better for it!

We really enjoyed hearing about how Danielle picked herself up each time she had a knock-back and stayed committed to her goal of becoming a non-smoker.

Congratulations, Danielle.

We’ve awarded you an extra 100 points in our Distractions! game for earning Journal of the Month and we wish you every success for the future :)

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Journal of the Month: December 2012

Each month, we award one of our member’s Quit Smoking Diaries with the esteemed title of Journal of the Month.

When deciding which journal is the winner, we look at many factors including how often the journal is updated, how much effort has been put into each post and how interesting, useful and entertaining the journal is.

Journal of the Month for December 2012 is awarded to Janine’s “The Clinton Technique“.

As well as detailing the exact method that Janine used to become smoke-free, she also provides help and advice to those having difficulties quitting and explains her thoughts and feelings during the two months since she stopped smoking.

Overall, it is a very inspirational story and I’d highly recommend reading it to anyone that wants to get cigarettes out of their life forever.

CLICK HERE TO READ “THE CLINTON TECHNIQUE”.

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