There’s been a subtle change I never thought it would happen The desire to relax and unwind At the end of the day?It’s still there and that’s fine But I no longer feel like chilling out with wine There’s no point in it really When the next day I need to be up early clearly
Author: Boozemusings Community
One of the women in my online community asked for help to get through Drunksgiving without drinking. How could she celebrate the holiday alcohol-free, on a night when it seemed that EVERYONE in her community would not only be drinking but be celebrating getting drunk? When did Drunksgiving become an official, unofficial holiday? When did
I love being sober because :Without alcohol in my lifeI am less stressedI have a lot more energyI am more patient with my kidsI am funnierThere’s a lot less drama in my life and in my headMy thoughts are finally positivesI am more productiveMy head isn’t fuzzy for days from drinkingI’m nicerI’m more consistentEven when
When I first stopped drinking I was troubled by the idea of sober forever. I hated the thought that I would have to attend meetings, work steps and think about not drinking, or work to stay sober, forever. At the time though, I was actually thinking about drinking every day from sun-up till sun-down .
Simple moments Simple pleasures What is your happy? What do you treasure? For me it’s a lie in Or waking up slowly A cup of tea made for me Crisp winter weather My children’s morning cuddles Snuggled under the covers It’s a chatty phone call from my lovely mother It’s a work meeting cancelled on