I don't get out a whole lot, although I wish I could - a legacy of injuries has left me pretty disabled.
But whenever I do get out, I will be carrying a copy of this with me, so that those I come across and would benefit from seeing it can have the chance.
Vaping got me off a 40 year habit amost by accident - I was only trying to cut down to save money, as previous attempts to quit had been so stressful that my wife (who has never smoked) begged me not to try again, as I was amost impossible to live with when trying.
Then 10 days after buying my first Ego style clearomiser, I realised I hadn't had or wanted a cigarette in at least 24 hours, and decided that if I could do one day, I could do more, and decided to see how long I could last without - that was on Feb 13th (so I celebrate the 12th as my quit day) in 2017, and I'm still smoke free. I've now completed the training to be a vape advisor/councellor for the UK NHS Stop Smoking Service, and always have a starter kit on hand to vape forward to those ready to try. How can I afford this on disability benefits? Simple - I'm not spending money on tobacco any more.