It’s been two years vapers, and you know what? It doesn’t feel like it. It feels like I’ve been at Vapor4Life for my entire life. Not because life is a drag here, but it feels like home and that I’m with family. Faces have come and gone over the last two years but the “family” has never wavered. We’re a strong family here and I know I wouldn’t have made it this far in my life without the help of my family here at work (side note: stop and reread that last sentence. “Family here at work.” Let that sink in, and you’ll understand our culture at Vapor4Life). Here’s some insight on some of the great family members I have today.
This is a guest post written by Morandir835, an e-cig enthusiast, admin on the Vapor4Life forum, and a regular on their ECF sub forum.
I celebrated my two-year vaperversary on December 23. With year one it truly felt like a special day of celebration. I’m not sure if it’s due to work, or how crazy my life has been lately, but this one lacked that feeling. If you don’t know me and my story from the forums, I’ll explain how I got into vaping in the first place.
What’s a vaperversary? A vaperversary is the anniversary of the date that someone switched over from smoking and became a vaper. People celebrate their first year, month, and even week that they’ve been vaping. The beginning is always the hardest part. Once a habit has developed, keeping it up becomes less and less difficult. It’s an exciting time, and people should be proud of the date that they committed fully to being smoke free. Here are a few stories from our V4L family’s experience with their own vaperversary:
This is a guest post written by bjfgator ~ Beth Fitzgerald from Nutter Fort, WV. She enjoys vaping, cooking, camping, laughing and writing.
I’m not really good at remembering dates but one date will be forever etched in my memory as one of the best days of my life… it’s the day my first package arrived from V4L. I share my infamous date with other historical events such as the abolishing of the Y formation in college football (1942), the clubbing of Nancy Kerrigan (1994), the last appearance of Elvis on the Ed Sullivan show (1957), and the end of the “Battle of the Bulge” (1945).
This is guest post written by Via, an e-cig enthusiast living in Jacksonville, Florida.
My biological sister Tina was my best friend until I was 20. But one afternoon an auto accident took the lives of my dad, Tina, and a three-year old child. I was heartbroken, and knew life would never be the same. I went to live in a hole so deep there seemed to be no escape. I didn’t care about anything except my pain, my loss, and my heartbreak.