Back when I was an over-enthusiastic drinker (I love that phrasing! I stole it from Clare Pooley’s amazing book The Sober Diaries) I always had
Wow, what a year 2020 has been. It would be easy to sit here and slag it off no end. I could babble on about
For me, sobriety is about more than not drinking. It started in utter exhaustion and fear of feeding the daemons in my mind any longer.
I love productive sober Sundays; I love ending the weekend with a sense of achievement knowing that I am ready for the working week ahead.
Back when I was constantly stumbling around from one drunken encounter to the next, I used to regularly request people to not let me do
Ever since I was a kid, there are few things I’ve loved more than snuggling down with a good book and disconnecting from reality. Books have been my escape, my passion and my academic focus.
Yesterday was a beautiful day; a real sober adventure. Me and my long-standing partner in crime, my best friend of 21 years, had a day
All-day I’ve been racking my brain trying to think of a throwback to one of my hedonistic, alcohol-fuelled exploits that served as motivation for exploring
Knowledge is power and there is SO MUCH to learn in sobriety! From who you are as a sober individual to the nitty-gritty of alcohol’s
Okay, so I know gratitude has become a bit of a buzz word so much so, it almost borders on cliché to be writing a