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The Sober Club is a membership site and inspiring facebook group packed full of resources and inspiration. Wherever you are on your sober journey we hope to inspire you to live your best life without the booze, maybe you have already ditched the drink, or are practising mindful drinking, maybe you’d like to kick into a challenge and give it a try.
Sobriety Rocks – Who knew?
A year sober with an escalating sugar habit and I happened across Janey Lee Grace and her Sober Club and my world opened up! Instead of steering away from boozy old friends, places and things, I had options to engage again with life in a like-minded community which promoted wealth in health and good spirits that didn’t live on the rocks.
Janey pumps oxygen into a much needed support network keeping me sober as well as providing options to have fun. Needless to say my sugar habit has been replaced with a new positive addiction – the Sober Club.
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I am so often asked about the workshops I run with a leading trauma expert, and I often say…’Just come and experience it!’ I do realise though, that sometimes a bit of explanation is needed, so I’ve given it a go in the blog below. ( I still believe it’s something...
Have you ditched the booze? Thought about inspiring others? Would you like to Train to be a Sobriety Coach? Do you want to be able to coach and support others to optimum well-being underpinned by sobriety? Janey Lee Grace will be offering another free webinar / ...
Alcohol is normalised in society. Despite being an addictive harmful drug. Its the only drug we have to justify NOT taking! There is a movement towards mindful drinking and choosing sobriety and its incredibly liberating to be free of the ‘wine o clock’ culture. Many of us are ‘grey area drinkers’ who would benefit from taking a break from the booze to access a whole array of positive benefits.
Lets change the conversation around alcohol!