So you want to cut down on drinking? Breaking up with booze? The very notion can be daunting, overwhelming and exhausting... The kind of thought best left for our most extreme hangovers, where we vow to never get in this state again and will "learn" to moderate, only to find ourselves back in the same position just a few weeks later – anxious, sweating, praying for forgiveness.
One month off drinking
So you've decided you're going to swerve the booze, you pick your non-alcoholic drink, feeling good – you got this... But then, curveball, the waiter/bar guy starts joining in the not so sly digs with your friends. Now the spotlight is on you and why you can't just get sloshed on a Friday night ...
Losing a friend to sobriety can be hard, like really hard. No more catastrophic bottomless brunches, no more boozy weekends away, no more DMC's until the birds start tweeting and bidding us adieu.Taking a FULL month off the booze can seem like a daunting task. Deciding to take a month off drinking is a great opportunity to challenge yourself and learn more about alcohol and how it can be affecting your life. Here we've pulled together a week by week look at the benefits of taking a mon...