Your doing so well! Congrats! Don't give up, when you get a craving think about how badly you want to quit. When something happens to trigger a craving, try something new. It will distract your brain and put your attention elswhere. When you reach one month without smoking, you will feel invincible. At the second month you realize you haven't been craving in a long time. In a year it's an addiction you use to have. From person experience it's very in-powering to know you've concoured an addiction like ciggerttes. Soon you'll see the health benefits from quitting. Life seems to get a bit easier in ways you wouldn't imagine. I personally felt really foggy when I smoked ciggerrettes. That went away for me in the first month. Things will change in so many good ways it'll keep you modivated for the future.