How Technology is Changing the Smoking Game

Cigarettes never seemed entirely old fashioned until electronic cigarettes hit the scene. Now they seem very much like a habit from the last century, and using them really doesn’t make one look cool anymore. E-smokes have become immensely popular, and the technological aspect really appeals…

South Beach Smoke for St. Patrick’s Day!

Ah St. Patrick’s Day… that lovely time of year where we get into the spirit of all things that remind of us of the Emerald Isle. Green clothing that makes way for Irish whiskey, green beer, and that ubiquitous meal of corned beef and cabbage….

Electronic Cigarettes in the Mainstream

In a study just released, stats have it that 60% of adult Americans are aware of e-cigarettes! Current US stats for the number of smokers is around 45 million, and half of that number attempt to quit each year. Previous numbers had smokers who had…

How to control Your E-Cig Usage

Vaping can be very enjoyable. Sometimes too enjoyable! Can you imagine that there are e-smokers who say that when they started vaping, they ended up using them more than they did with cigarettes because they are just so good? They taste great, make you feel…

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