Repeat after me….”It’s cheaper to smoke than to stop smoking”…..
What am I saying? That sounds ridiculous….
A pack a day is over $200 a month, on a habit you don’t even want (probably).
Cheaper to smoke than to stop smoking???
You’re thinking I must have that backwards,
No, I’m not suggesting that you keep smoking cigarettes.
We are in the Stop Smoking business, so please understand that I’m suggesting that you DO stop smoking AND live an extra 28 days a year, on average, as a “former” pack a day smoker.
Here’s the math: each cigarette “shaves” 8-12 minutes off your life span, on average. That’s about 28 days a year tossed away.
One month per pack…. I smoked two packs a day.
So, “living” is more expensive than “not living”, which is free.
One more time… cheaper to smoke than to stop smoking??
I bet you never thought of it that way.
“It’s actually cheaper to smoke, than it is to stop smoking….. because you could be living an average of 1 month per year longer as a non-smoker. The cost of living is well over $2000 per month”, or in my case I seem to spend 3 times that somehow; probably on going out to eat too much (but that’s another story for another day)