There's more to quitting than bowing out when things get tough right?
The reality is, quitting your job is hard. So is long-term travel. It's not as easy as our favorite travel bloggers make it look, and it's definitely not a decision to be taken lightly. The harsh reality is, unless you are planning to say goodbye to the Western world for a while, or you're really keen on embracing the digital nomad lifestyle, quitting your job to travel isn't something that everyone can do.
Many experts think e-cigarettes are a lower-risk alternative to smoking.
This New Year's, my resolution is to quit things that are not working for me in my life. I know it doesn't sound very daring to make your New Year's Resolution about quitting things. It doesn't sound very uplifting or positive either. But I'm loving the sound of 'I quit' coming out of my mouth.
This year's campaign theme encourages smokers to quit like a champion, and become victorious over tobacco. Given the immediate
We grow up thinking of our achievements as being either successful or a failure. Believe me, I've spent my life unwilling to quit things. Those who are stubborn will often go far -- too far -- to ensure it's not a failure. But that is not always smart. In fact, there is a time to quit.
There's a great phrase out there in the ultrarunning world -- it never gets easier, you just get better. And it didn't take long for it to hit me.