How to Pack a Small RV Published!

I just had a new article published!  It’s just as thrilling as the first one was!  It’s How to Pack a Small RV:  A Comprehensive Guide to What to Take and What to Leave at Home.

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  1. Karen

     /  January 19, 2011

    Yes, my prayers are for you and I know it can be done. We have a couple in our small group who asked us to pray for them to quit after many years of smoking. They’ve quit! About 32 years ago, I quit. I know YOU CAN SUCCEED with prayer. Karen in OR

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    • Thanks for the prayers, Karen. I am getting dressed to go to the doctor now. I feel kind of like I had a date with destiny. 🙂

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  2. I have confidence you’ll become a non-smoker! I quit in 1990, finally, after many failed attempts. Actually, I became a closet smoker, until 1996. I smoked much much less, only 4-5 cigarettes a week compared to 2 1/2 packs a day, but I was still smoking. Then my daughter & her family moved back to IN and stayed with me a month while they found housing and not wanting to use that as an excuse to smoke even more, I quit completely. The physical addiction is only part of it. You really get past that part quickly but the habits that are associated with smoking are much harder to change. What do you do with your hands? A cigarette right after a meal. First one in the morning. Last one at night. Waiting for something …anything…smoking to pass time. It’s amazing how the habits build upon each other but we’re always changing in other ways so why not in this way too? Good luck!

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  3. Gina, I am trying to plan things do do physically. There’s tatting, of course–if I can sit still long enough to do it! 🙂

    I have read that the only way to really beat a bad habit is to replace it with a good one. Maybe a few toe touches instead of a cigarette?

    Thanks for the good wishes!

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