Featured: Annie Grace joins Red Table Talk
Annie Grace shares with others just how easy it is to fall into the painful trap of alcohol use disorder. She shares experiences from her past, including raw video footage of her lowest moments. Along with all the things that did not work for her when it came to getting control of alcohol.
Small Press Bookwatch – January 2016
Millions of people worry that drinking is affecting their health, yet are unwilling to seek change because of the misery and stigma associated with alcoholism and recovery. They fear drinking less will be boring, involving deprivation, difficulty and significant lifestyle changes. “This Naked Mind: Control Alcohol: Find Freedom, Rediscover Happiness & Change Your Life” by Annie Grace offers a new solution. Packed with surprising insight into the reasons we drink, “This Naked Mind” will open your eyes to the startling role of alcohol in our culture.
I was sitting at the train station deep under Heathrow airport in London. I’d been drinking vodka and O.J. before the taxi to the airport to take the edge off my awful hangover which was the result of a week of super late night drinks with colleagues.
My Not Drinking Diary, Annie Grace – Author of This Naked Mind
Annie Grace is based in Colorado, & wrote one of the most important books I’ve read on my not drinking journey so far – This Naked Mind (I recommended her book in my book roundup, 4 books about sobriety to motivate you).
How to give up booze and not hate your life: Three-step programme promises to take away your desire to drink FOREVER – by proving that friends make you happier than alcohol
If you’re struggling through Dry January desperately trying to force yourself to stay away from the corkscrew, a new book promises that it can help – by taking away the desire to drink completely.
Your Book Prescription
It was World Book Day yesterday. And our private Facebook group has gone all a flutter over This Naked Mind: Control Alcohol book by Annie Grace. This is no surprise. Good reviews from people we like and trust, in this case other members of Club Soda, go a long way towards helping us decide what may be good for us too.
Episode 26: Annie Grace
Laura and Holly talk with Annie Grace, author of “This Naked Mind: Control Alcohol. Find Freedom, Rediscovery Happiness and Change Your Life?” Sounds like everything, right?
Annie’s story is like so many young, successful, professional women, but her path to sobriety was not. We talk about her drinking life, what drove her to write this book and her hopes for the way we treat and view addiction.
Alcohol: Abuse, Indulge or Society Necessity
Annie Grace, author of This Naked Mind shares her experience with alcohol and how it took over her life. She realized the process that was happening and made conscious choices to take back her life. Annie looked at her wine and alcohol use and what it really did for her on a daily basis.
Annie Grace’s contributions to NY Daily News
How Not To Disgrace Yourself At The Office Holiday Party: A Handy Guide
The office holiday party has more potential to hurt your career than to help it, especially if you’re naive enough to accept more than a modest amount of the free alcohol that’s practically being poured into your lap.
Annie Grace is a former marketing executive who holds a dual degree in business from Colorado State University, and a master’s degree in marketing from the University of Colorado. She is the author of the Amazon bestseller, This Naked Mind: Control Alcohol, Find Freedom, Discover Happiness, & Change Your Life and The Alcohol Experiment: A 30-day, Alcohol-Free Challenge to Interrupt Your Habits and Help You Take Control.
Three Steps I Took To Become Alcohol Free (And Carefree)
Of course, eventually I would succeed, and far from the life downgrade I feared, the opposite happened. My success wasn’t a fluke, it didn’t happen overnight, it wasn’t a result of willpower nor did I live in a hut in the woods for two years. In fact, there were three deliberate stages to it and I’ve shared them below.
How to say no at a holiday party
A host offers you the signature cocktail he spent weeks perfecting. A three-layer, diet-destroying slice of cake is placed into your hands. A rented karaoke contraption looms for later.