My name is Pat. That’s all you really need to know for now. I’m sure we’ll get to know each other here. I will be 30 soon, and have smoked on and off (more on than off)  for 16 years. I decided it’s time to make a change.

This is basically a journal of my quitting and life in general I guess. On the right –> and down below you will find links to my individual entries. Please feel free to like or comment any post. All support is verily appreciated.


So what do I expect to get from this experience? I get moody when I quit. I also need something to write about. Perhaps I could solveboth problems with one solution? That’s imagewhy we’re here. I once read that the number one way to increase your writing abilities is to write regularly every day. So here I am a poor broke author who can’t afford my smokes and decided to quit. (isn’t it a stereotype that authors are broke stressed and always chain smoking?)



I said it a moment ago but I’ll say it again, I get moody when I quit. I don’t intend to be negative, or mean…  but it might happen. You’ve been warned.

(P.S. this is the third time I’ve written this due to technical difficulties. I believe it’s the second best one. I really, really tried to reach the level of greatness I had before, but it was not in the cards. I’m sorry it won’t happen again. 🙂 Lets get to it!)

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