An Exercise in Self-Love

An Exercise in Self-Love

So often, women confide in me that they found it easy to stay sober when they were pregnant because they did it for the love of their growing baby. But when they’re no longer pregnant, they struggle to muster that same love for themselves. That’s deeply unsettling...
A Happier Hour – Book Club Questions

A Happier Hour – Book Club Questions

Hosting a Book Club? Recently a beautiful soul reached out to ask if we had any discussion questions about A Happier Hour that she could share with her Book Club sisters. And I was so inspired by the idea, we created some! Gorgeously designed by Dom, you can now find...
But Why Not Moderation?

But Why Not Moderation?

Let’s face it, sobriety is a bold act of rebellion in a society that celebrates alcohol, and one I receive a ton of questions about. So, why sobriety? Why not moderation? What are the true benefits of each? How do you figure out which one is best for you, in the...
11 Powerful Books About Sobriety, Addiction and Recovery

11 Powerful Books About Sobriety, Addiction and Recovery

Book worm, like me?  Looking for new book recommendations? It blows my mind that my first book, A Happier Hour, has now reached the hearts and minds of more than 80,000 readers worldwide. Ever since it was published, I’ve received a ton of beautiful messages from...
How to Host an Alcohol-Free Wedding (or any event, really!)

How to Host an Alcohol-Free Wedding (or any event, really!)

I’m so beyond thrilled to announce that WE DID IT!  My true love and I got hitched at an entirely (*gasp!*) alcohol-free wedding! Which leads us to the BIG question: would we do it again? The answer?  In a heartbeat!  Here’s why…   1. The...
One Big Lesson from 6 Years of Sobriety

One Big Lesson from 6 Years of Sobriety

 March 2020 Today I celebrate SIX YEARS alcohol-free. 6 whole years! 🎉 It blows my mind how different life is now. Six years ago, I felt utterly lost, beyond broken, and just so freakin’ exhausted by the sick cycle I couldn’t seem to claw my way out of. I was...

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