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My journey from smoker to vaper to nada

Discussion in 'Zero Nicotine Vaping and Quitting Vaping' started by jifjifjif, Oct 19, 2012.

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  1. jifjifjif

    jifjifjif Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 11, 2011
    Vape Canaveral, FL
    Well, guys, it seems as if i am done with vaping.

    Almost 600 days ago,i made the switch from Marlboro lights to a bloog 808 penstyle ecig. I ordered juice from bluemist and alien visions and for the last year and a half, i have made vaping my obsession. I have owned about 20 different mods and tried almost every atomizer. I have owned the infamous Eclipse EQ mod and rebuildables like the Zenesis Standard. I have vaped a baby pool full of Bobas Bounty.

    And now, i have stopped all of it. I no longer check the classifieds if i wake up in the middle of the night. I no longer have 40 flavors on my dresser for DIY Juice. I already miss the hobby, but i will save money by losing the obsession.

    I went from 24mg nic to 21, then 18, 15, 12, 9, 6 and just recently vaped zero nic DIY cinnamon/menthol . Today is day two without nicotine and day one of leaving my Darwin and my REO at home. I have no PV with me and it feels liberating.

    Keep your eyes on the classifieds for many pieces of gear for sale.

    I made many good friends on ECF and i am forever grateful to ECF and its members as well as the ecig in general. I probably would have smoked forever without it.
  2. Buggs5347

    Buggs5347 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 12, 2012
    Oh, wow! You are someone to look up to. I have the same goal. I am currently vaping at 3 to 6 mg nic and some 0. Started at 24. My hopes are that once I get to all 0 nic, I will be able to break the physical habit, as well.

    Congratulations and enjoy your freedom!!
  3. juicejunky

    juicejunky Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jan 22, 2011
    Congrats are definitely in order for getting to zero and now off the vaping completely. Please keep us updated on how it goes in the next few weeks. It could inspire me and other to give it a shot. I've been thinking about dropping lower than 12mg which I have been vaping pretty much for 1.5 years now.

    I've always liked your avatar and remember when you first put it up after Home Depot forbade vaping in their parking lot.
  4. Vchick

    Vchick Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 18, 2010
    NE Ohio
    Congrats on going from harm reduction to none! :toast:

    We need to start a success thread for those who believe it can't be done!
  5. RoseB

    RoseB Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 3, 2012
    That is awesome! It really gives me hope to know someone that was really into it was able to quit. Thank you for putting up this thread.
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