Why you should be vaping Eliquid instead of smoking

At least later than never, the Royal College of Pysicians has announced that vaping is much safer than smoking and smokers should be encouraged to this new habbit, instead of smoking, this way improving their health, wealth and so much more. Vaping Eliquid replaced smoking as a habbit for over a million people in the world and we have many reasons to “follow the leader”.

While you’re still smoking cigarettes, you should know that vaping eliquid is less harmful than tabacco cigarettes, so e-cigarettes have bery little downside and a lot of potential on the market and in people’s opinion.

Vaping Eliquid won’t create a gateway for you to smoking. Some of the eliquid providers such as FreeSmoke – Eliquid Shop in UK is giving you the option of choosing the amount of nicotine you wish for your eliquid you willing to buy. Some of the products have 0 mg of nicotine, so you will only enjoy the taste and flavour of the eliquid, without any worries about any harm it could bring to your health.

As we cleared any argument about the nicotine in eliquids, you should know that some of them can contain vegetable glycerin or propylene glycol. If you got an allergy to propylene glycol, or just changed your tastes, you can choose an eliquid without this ingredient.

Some eliquids can look or smell tasty, not only for you, but also for your children, because of the sweet smell of fruits or any other flavors. As some medicines are equipped with childproof caps so the little ones can’t eat them, so is the FreeSmoke eliquid, wich is glass bottled with a dropper cap, so the use is clean and safe for you too. So, it doesn’t matter if you will let the small bottle on the table, because your kid won’t be able to open it and this special cap is 100% safe.

You can choose different flavors at the best quality while vaping eliquid! You can choose between many premium eliquid flavours on FreeSmoke.co.uk, either you want to enjoy a natural flavour or an artificial one. If you’d prefer natural ones, you can choose between the fruit flavors and if you’d like a crazy mix of flavors, you can choose an artificial one, matching the aroma of milk, cream or even biscuits.

Vaping eliquid can also help you out to quit smoking! Royal College of Physicians report argues that the users of e-cigarettes are more likely to quit smoking for good and it can add you some years bonus at your lifetime, if you make the change just in time.

So, we hope that we already gave you plenty of reasons for why you should start vaping eliquid instead of smoking, starting today!

Write back

Today I decided to write back to my penpal in Japan – I liberated from a fellow inhabitant of this home a stamp showing a dude called Ho Nee Yeath Taw No Row – which is a commemerative stamp, to put along side the pre-stickied and boring “normal” stamps showing two different buildings. (Remember I have to use three domestic stamps to send internationally until after Jan. 17th ) And I got to play with my new stationary!

I discovered that it’s actually made from cotton paper – put out by Crane & Co. a company that has apparently been in operation for more then 200 years, and who makes paper that is used to print the paper currency for the USA! I didn’t realise I was buying something with such history while I was at the store. I do wonder a bit about the environmentally friendly claims the company makes – growing cotton uses up an awful lot of water, after all, – but I’m willing to give them the benefit of the doubt.

And then I wrote two (ecru coloured cotton paper) pages to my penpal, about some of the things I’ve been up to since I last wrote to her before Christmas. I didn’t have a lot to say, but there’s always something – despite the fact that she lives waaaay over there in Japan, we seem to have a lot in common.

I think I should get a fancier pen, to go with my nice stationary, don’t you?

The Lady Behind

I’d like to thank the lady behind the A Year of Letters blog for adding me to her “links for the letter writer.” Thank-you! I see that you have many other wonderful links on that list which I will be following in the comming days!

Yesterday I found a message in my email box sent from a fellow postcrosser – she had followed my link there to this blog, and requested very nicely that I send her a card.

I will be happy to!

(The only problem is, I don’t know how to “categorize” this mailing – should I count it as a postcrossing mailing, or as a request through this blog? Well, it dosen’t really matter, at least not yet…)

Her address is interesting to me – country, city, of course, and her house number and street, but then – it also directs the mailcarrier by neighbourhood and sub-bairros (sub-neigbourhood.)  After some quick internet research, I find that Brazil is considered to have one of the best postal systems in the world, so even though (or perhaps because!) the addressing dosen’t look quite like what I’m used to, I’m sure it’s very efficient.

I wonder where one could find a list of “best” postal services in the world…and what qualifies as best? The fastest? The least-expensive? The highest volume? The fanciest stamps? The least number of lost pieces of mail? The service with the snaziest uniform?