Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Quit Smoking and Think of the Savings

If you have difficulty paying your bills each month, maybe it's time to simplify your life and give up a few bad habits.

Smoking cigarettes is not only an unhealthy habit. It's also a costly habit. Depending on how much you smoke, you can easily spend $100-$200 a month on cigarettes alone. Let's say you smoke a pack a day. At five dollars a pop you can spend $35 a week on cigarettes. That's the equivalent of $140 a month.

In order to save money and improve their health, many people are making the switch to an electronic cigarette. These cigarettes are made without tobacco, which reduce the chance of illness. There is nicotine in an electronic cigarette. However, nicotine levels can be very low, providing just enough to satisfy a craving. By using an electronic cigarette, you can slowly reduce your dependency for cigarettes. This is because nicotine cartridges are available in different strengths. You can start with a higher dose and gradually step down to a zero nicotine cartridge.

An electronic cigarette is cheaper than traditional cigarettes, and once you quit the habit completely, you'll save money each month.

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