You want to break with the habit of smoking? You can do it. A habit is a behavior which is difficult to change because it becomes automatic and emotional with time and regular practice. If this habit becomes a problem in your life, you need to stop it and substitute it for a positive one. If you’re reading this text, you’re on the right way, as you’ve done the first key step: be aware of that bad habit. Now, you need to make sure that you are deeply motivated to change behavior and then you can start the plan. Dr Maxwell Maltz wrote a book in 1960 called “Psycho-Cybernetics”, where he explains how he realized that it took a minimum of 21 days for his patients to get used to a physical change. This duration also depends on your personality, motivation, circumstances, and the habit in question, but it seems that indeed with regular practice and motivation it can be a decent time to break a habit. This 21-day program helps you to get ready to stop smoking with a very useful daily tip. Tobacco is bad for your health. It’s worth quitting. Stay strong, you can do it.