I am reblogging this because while I am aware of all the ways that smoking hurts you, I was not aware than an insurance company would lower your rates after you have quit for six months. So, in addition to all of the health benefits, you can also cut down on your insurance costs, too.
As regular readers know I am a vehement anti-smoker. Smoking kills so many people in so many ways, I can’t believe it. Please check out my Page How Bad is Smoking? for more.
I discovered another great benefit to quitting smoking yesterday. Our medical insurance is now 55.00 per month cheaper because I have been a non-smoker for over 6 months now. Wow! This is 55.00 each month that can be added to the amount to pay down debt. Add that in with the 450.00 per month I am saving on not purchasing cigarettes plus all of the health benefits of lowering my risk of any major medical problems and I win!
I have figured out that I am losing too many benefits by not including lower body exercises in my workout routine. So to solve this problem I have thrown two additional exercises into my weekly routine. Squats and Calf raises.
So yesterday again I did everything correctly and yet my blood sugar is still high today. The only thing I can come up with is that maybe I am eating dinner…
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