Sunrise, FL, October 10, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- A self-described detail-oriented person, Hanson has always kept a personal journal on his computer. He documents everything he can remember about each day. From his mood swings, to perceptions on politics, to exercise and even his thoughts about his beloved sports franchises, he notes each detail and reflects back on his days in due time. “I guess I like to really study psychology and emotion,” stated Hanson.
The last two years has added an interesting dynamic to his journaling. On September 17th, 2010, Hanson quit smoking with the help of electronic cigarettes. The rapidly growing trend of using these vapor-powered cigarettes – that do not contain tobacco but do contain nicotine – is one that many Floridians have clearly welcomed. With restaurants and bars prohibiting the use of tobacco products, the electronic cigarettes are becoming popular in smoke shops, mall kiosks, and of course, the world’s largest shopping mall, the Internet. Hanson’s journal documents his first days of using the electronic cigarette and how he was “never tempted to go back to tobacco products” and builds a sub-plot about his newfound passion for telling others about these life-changing devices. Hanson maintains a website called “electroniccigarettetree.com
,” one that sheds light on numerous brands of electronic cigarettes Hanson has tried and sampled. Hanson even blogs from time to time about the way the industry is changing and ponders about famous cigarette smokers and which brand they would smoke if they were living today and able to dive into the e-cigarette phenomenon.
While electronic cigarette companies
aren’t able to market the message that everyone seems to agree on – that smoking electronic cigarettes has health benefits – Hanson’s newly published report talks about the various improvements in life he’s enjoyed since making the change to smoking electronically.
“Overall, I think people will benefit from reading a comprehensive effort to document just what I went through, month by month, as I made the full switch to e-cigarettes,” concluded Hanson.
The report is published here
on his website. User comments and reactions are encouraged by the request of Mr. Hanson.