The Best Advice About Drinking To Follow After Dry January
Were you among the millions of people who made the virtuous decision to abstain from alcohol this month? There’s a good chance you were, because Dry January has gone from strength to strength in recent years.
This Naked Mind: Interview with Annie Grace
To continue our Top Recovery Bloggers of 2018 series, this week’s featured blogger is Annie Grace, who also authored the book This Naked Mind: Control Alcohol, Find Freedom, Discover Happiness and Change Your Life. In addition to her book and blog, she continues to reach those on the recovery journey through her programs, workshops, and podcast.
‘This Naked Mind’ Author On A New Life Without Alcohol
For some, a temporary break from alcohol (aka #DryJanuary) can reframe their relationship with drinking, but some may find avoiding it entirely helps them have a healthier, happier personal and professional life.
My Drinking Wasn’t Just A Habit
It starts so innocently. Happy hour drinks after work. A glass of wine with dinner. Friday night with friends. Drinking starts as a habitual routine for most of us.
Rock Bottom Didn’t Make Me Stop Drinking
I can’t even begin to tell you how many times I’ve heard that you have to hit rock bottom before you can truly change.
How to Actually Pull Off a Dry January
Grab your kombucha or your favorite flavor of club soda. The experts are here to help you stay sober (and social) this Dry January.
The Alcohol Experiment: how to fix your relationship with booze in 30 days
When it comes to questioning our drinking habits, everyone has their own tipping point. It could be the office party you can’t quite recall; the cold-shouldered disapproval from your partner, the morning after the night before; the Dry January peer pressure, rivalled this year only by the record numbers signing up for Veganuary.
The Alcohol Experiment: how to fix your relationship with booze in just 30 days (and you don’t have to go dry)
When it comes to questioning our drinking habits, everyone has their own tipping point. It could be the office party you can’t quite recall; the cold-shouldered disapproval from your partner, the morning after the night before; the Dry January peer pressure, rivaled this year only by the record numbers signing up for ‘Veganuary’.
3 Tips to Survive a Dry January Without Reaching for the Wine
You may already be a week into Dry January, or you may be deciding to start now. Either way, the challenges of giving up alcohol for the entire month are real.
26 Tips For If You’re Trying To Drink Less, For Whatever Reason
We recently asked the BuzzFeed Community for the best advice for people who want to quit or cut back on alcohol. Here’s what they shared:
Interview with Annie Grace author of This Naked Mind
Annie Grace grew up in a one-room cabin without running water or electricity and then at the young6…