Quitting Smoking Diary : Long Version: 16 Weeks to Being Smoke-Free
Congratulations for taking the first step to freedom! You are embarking on a wonderful, exciting journey, which will save you money and improve your health. I'm proud of you and so happy for you! Journaling works for changing your life, helps motivate us, and holds us accountable to our health. There is no need to "lie" to a journal. Your journal is not there to judge you but to be a tool to your success. Use your journal to write down your goals, thoughts, frustrations, smoke-free tips and ideas, ambitions, and anything else that motivates you on your smoke-free journey! Jory Ames designed this journal to end her own smoking addiction. She formatted it exactly as it worked for her and shares it with you. She found that in keeping a journal for 16 weeks, or 4 months, she was able to change her smoking habit forever. At 298 pages, this longer version of her original book is created for those who want more room to write their daily thoughts.
- Paperback | 300 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 17.27mm | 517.09g
- 05 Jun 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Ph D Jory Ames
Jory Ames, Ph.D., writes and lives in Alaska. She has taught college English throughout the Northwest and has been a successful technical writer and magazine editor for 23 years. She enjoys her family, writing, reading, music, nature hikes, mountains, dogs, and cats but is not so much a fan of cold Alaskan winters. Jory has been volunteering for humane societies since 1977, particularly focusing on ending pet overpopulation. She has published seven books and hundreds of poems, short stories, articles, and essays in newspapers, literary journals, and magazines.