Committing to quit with a friend or loved one can increase your chances of success.
In Pivot, we call your reason for quitting smoking your “why.” Your why is your internal compass. It keeps you moving in the right direction, regardless of what’s going on around you.
Feeling energized by the prospect of a new year? Or maybe overwhelmed by yet another time when you feel like you should quit smoking? Another new year is upon us.
That’s right. Don’t quit smoking today*. But today is the Great American Smokeout! Isn’t quitting today the whole point? Well, not exactly.
At Carrot (makers of Pivot), one of our core values is “one brick at a time.
The greatest public health achievement of the 20th Century was tobacco control. In 1965—the year that the first Surgeon General’s Report on Smoking was published—some 42 percent of U.S.