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I Quit Smoking By Reminding Myself That Cigarettes Are Like A Bad Boyfriend

Smoking is a toxic relationship you don’t need

Photo by Shot by Cerqueira on Unsplash

I’m quitting smoking for roughly the 15th time in my life. I know, that’s a shitty track record — considering I’m in my mid-thirties.

The thing is, I’m actually really good at quitting smoking. So good that six months down the road, I…

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Lindsay Rae Brown

Lindsay Rae Brown

Mother, writer, user of too many hashtags.

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