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Do this one thing to stop drinking alcohol

Do this one thing to stop drinking alcohol
I spent years trying to quit drinking, then failing, before I finally was able to fully commit to a sober lifestyle. While there are many strategies I used to adopt an alcohol-free life, I found this one simple action was instrumental to keeping me on the path to quit drinking alcohol for good. Continue reading

Being the sober party girl

Being the sober party girl
Everyone looks forward to the weekends. That's a no-brainer. For those who enjoy a libation-filled weekend, a big part of the weekend plans often include get togethers -- neighbourhood parties, dinner parties, meeting for drinks on a patio. Like every other drinker I've ever known, I often couldn't wait to start sipping my favourite alcoholic bevies.  Continue reading

Why I blog about not drinking

Why I blog about not drinking
There are two main reasons why I blog about my sobriety journey. One is for my own personal benefit and the other is for those considering, or are already on, a similar path. I want to be clear that I do not blog to guilt or shame anyone into quitting alcohol. I drank far too much, and for too long, to judge anyone on his or her drinking habits.  Continue reading

Understanding behaviour vs identity

Understanding behaviour vs identity
When I first decided to quit drinking, I had to go through several iterations of "the quit" before it finally stuck. Even though my common sense told me that drinking did more harm than good, it could not override my desire to drink. Continue reading

What can $1,725 buy you? Besides liquor...

What can $1,725 buy you? Besides liquor...
It is with the understanding that your annual spending will not likely be the Eureka moment that compels you to drop your drinking habit. But, I feel it's a really nice bonus to consider if you're on the cusp of committing to sobriety. Continue reading

Tackling the triggers that make you drink

Tackling the triggers that make you drink
Once you quit drinking, for good, you're going to get to know your triggers. You won't like them at first, and certainly won't recognize them. That's because before quitting, a trigger would be imperceptible to your mind. Almost as quickly as it would arise, you would reach for that glass of wine.  Continue reading