Be Smart, Don’t Smoke

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Smoking is a terrible habit. First off it is expensive and secondly think about the damages it can do to your body. Everything is okay in moderation and smoking is the same. If you need some nicotine then maybe it is okay to have a smoke here and there. However there are plenty of healthier alternatives. Be smart and stay healthy.

 

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Posted on October 8, 2013, in Adventures and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Voice: I think you have a strong voice in this blog. Your opening line “Smoking is a terrible habit” helps inform the reader that this is coming from someone that smokes and not someone on the outside looking in so to say.
    Clarity: Short but sweet the blog helps get your point across very well, there aren’t any grammar mistakes or sentences that don’t fit together. Everything stays on the same pace and flows together nicely and the message is very clear and easy to understand.
    Keywords: smoking,nicotine, expensive, healthy, alternatives, here and there, cigarette, damages

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