Can going away on holiday (vacation) really be fun and relaxing if you’re not drinking? Spoiler alert: yes it can!
A young women chugging two pints of beer at the US Open goes viral. Another example of the glorification of drinking culture.
A non-drinker experiences a winery tour – a peak behind the curtain.
For years I knew that I was drinking too much alcohol, yet I would never have considered going alcohol free. To me, giving up alcohol was a drastic measure for those really in the grips of an addiction. It was something that people had to do because they had hit rock bottom, not something anyoneContinue reading “I thought ditching alcohol would mean switching the light off”
My relationship with alcohol is the story of an on again-off again, highly dysfunctional love affair. Booze has been my buddy throughout most of my adult life – my partying friend, my shoulder to cry on and a supporter when I was feeling stressed. Or so I thought. Alcohol was more like an abusive partnerContinue reading “Alcohol and Me – a dysfunctional love story”
In fact, sparkling wine is so synonymous with good times that I would often use the champagne bottle emoji when sending a congratulatory text.
Taking a month-long break from drinking has become so popular that we can now refer to periods on the calendar with sober-related puns – Febfast, Dry July and Octsober.If you are planning to take a break from the booze but don’t want to spend the month hibernating in front of the television and declining allContinue reading “Three tips to enjoy an alcohol-free month”