Marc & Lydie – Testimonial From a Quitter’s Wife

Lydie and Marc

In a recent post, I talked about how we’ve recently grown to 13,000 members.  As you may imagine there’s a lot of time and effort that goes into growing and running an organization such as this.  I have the utmost respect and admiration for the mod and admin team that … Continue reading

Your Quit Story – Can It Make You Famous?

Mint Snuff Poker Chips 2

What’s YOUR quit story?  Have you told it before in your Hall of Fame speech?  Have you talked about your trials and tribulations on Quit4Today.com (a blog for quitters by quitters if you’re not familiar).  Whether you’re an accomplished author, a small time blogger or just a quitter with a … Continue reading

How’s Your Quit?

How's Your Quit

“How’s your quit?”  It’s a three word sentence that means absolutely nothing to most people.  But it’s a question that to us smokeless tobacco addicts can quite literally be the difference between life and death. OK, that may have been a bit of an overstatement, but not by much.  You … Continue reading

KTC Forum Goes 10,000 Strong!

10k

If you’ve following along here on the blog or on our Facebook page, you know that we’ve been inching toward a big milestone on our forums.  I’m happy to announce that on November, 30th at 11:19 PM, forum member Kylecina joined our merry bunch… and became the 10,000th member of … Continue reading

Thoughts After 1,900 Days Free From Smokeless Tobacco

Rocky IV

As I sit here today on my 1,900th dip free day in a row I realize that I’ve not said much lately in terms of my quit.  I suppose that’s a good thing cause it means that I’m no longer obsessing about my daily battles with nicotine.  I no longer  … Continue reading

How $5 Saved My Quit

Bracelet

I’ve often said that I’m no more than $5 and a gas station away from my habit.  It makes me feel weak sometimes but that’s the absolute truth.  Even after 1,300 + days quit my resolve is tested which is why I make sure that my “crave arsenal” is fully … Continue reading

Change Your Vocabulary

Hope is Not a Strategy

People decide to quit chewing tobacco for many different reasons and with many different mindsets.  Some people enter their quits KNOWING that they’re done.  Others get a bad report at the dentist or find a sore in their mouth and get scared into quitting.  Others go into it knowing that … Continue reading