26 Feb 2021

Looking for a Job? Quit Smoking!

Need another great reason to choose e-cigs over conventional tobacco cigs? Your job. As in, your potential, future job. As if your health, expenses, and general day to day life wouldn’t benefit enough from using alternative cigarettes, here’s why they are a great thing to…

Kudos to Joe Bastianich: Good Riddance to Smoke!

Restauranteur, Joe Bastianich sure knows a thing or two about food. Growing up within the restaurant industry with parents who owned several restaurants, then owning several himself as he worked alongside the likes of Mario Batali, writing books on food and wine, owned three wineries,…

The Great American Smokeout

Today, November 15, 2012 happens to be the Great American Smokeout. If you aren’t familiar with this event, and if you are a cigarette smoke, you should! It occurs on the third Thursday during the month of November, and this year it’s the 37th annual….

How To Help Yourself Quit Smoking

Everyone knows that quitting smoking is not an easy thing to do. While electronic cigarettes can be a major driving force to help motivate you to make the big change, they can’t do all the work for you. Technically speaking, e-cigs are not designated quit-smoking…

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