Smoking can become wrapped up in daily work routines, making it harder to quit. Severing the "smoke break" chain takes a lot of preparation on the part of the individual trying to quit but a little support from co-workers and employers can make a big difference.
Health & Wellness Project Manager
Kate Carty is the manager of the <a href="http://www.cancer.ca/British%20Columbia-Yukon.aspx?sc_lang=en" rel="nofollow">Canadian Cancer Society BC & Yukon's WellnessFits</a> program. With 20-plus years of health promotion experience under her belt, she truly believes that even the smallest health-focused behaviour can have a tremendous impact. Kate is an outdoor enthusiast and devoted soccer mom who struggles to keep the balance between work, life and play. She recalls one of the best years of her life was when she cycled and ate her way through 14 countries in Europe.
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