Quit and Stay Quit in the New Year

New Year’s Eve is a time for renewal and goal setting, making it the perfect opportunity to quit smoking. But it’s not the only opportunity. Because when it comes to breaking the habit, you may have to try more than once (or twice, or three times) before you quit for good. So don’t worry about getting off track; it’s all part of the process.

The Quit and Stay Quit in the New Year package is a 5-week series designed to help users stay committed to their New Year’s resolution the whole month of January. By taking it one Monday at a time, there’s always another chance to recommit and keep up with your quit.

Quit and Stay Quit in the New Year Package

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Stay Quit All Year Long Using the Monday Cue

Making a New Year’s resolution to quit smoking is a step in the right direction, but it’s not the final step. To maintain a successful quit, a person may have to renew his or her commitment many times throughout the year.

To Succeed, Set a Quit Date on Monday

When you decide to quit smoking, set a quit date to go smokefree. The date will serve as your commitment to get healthy, create a goal, and jump-start the motivation you need to quit. We’ve got some great ideas to help you get started.

Use a Motivation List to Quit and Stay Quit

For many tobacco users, it may take 30 or more quit attempts before finding lasting success. One step you can take to improve your chances is to focus your energy on the reasons why you are quitting.

Check In Every Monday to Stay Quit

With the Quit & Stay Quit Monday Check-in Tool, you can “check-in” every Monday to get useful tips and practices to help you regardless of where you are in your quit process. Building motivation? Feeling triggered? In need of a support buddy? We have resources for you.

You Just Went a Month Without Smoking — Johnny Tell Them What They’ve Won!

Even if you’ve slipped up once or twice over the course of the month, you’ve still made monumental progress — and now it’s time to reap the rewards.