How to get through Christmas Day

In this webinar Laura takes you through planning for Christmas Day, which we know is a worry for many Club Soda members this week. You may have had a frantic few days of shopping, googling turkey cooking instructions, and dreading the work Christmas party. It may therefore seem tempting, after all that stress and preparation,…

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Dry January pubs

If you’re taking part in Dry January then it could be tempting to avoid all pubs, social gatherings, and life, to just hide under your bed for 31 days until it’s all over. But what if we told you it doesn’t have to be like that?  Pubs are pretty good at remembering Dry January is…

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Dawn SoberFish

Club Soda member and blogger Dawn (aka SoberFish) did her first Sober Christmas just a month after quitting. How did she do it? She explains all in this webinar discussion with Laura. “In the summer of 2016, an article showing ‘before and after alcohol’ photos popped into my Facebook feed and the sobriety seed was…

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NOPE Christmas

This week’s blog is written by Club Soda member, and author of the Soberism in the City blog, Louise. Have yourself a merry sober Christmas, let your heart be light. From now on, your troubles will be out of sight… I’m boycotting Christmas the year so may not be the best person to be pontificating…

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Christmas Self-Care Love Sober Podcast

This week’s guest webinar is by Kate and Mandy from the LoveSober podcast. They talk about how to prepare for Christmas without alcohol, and how to ensure you keep up self-care during the stressful time of the holidays. To get preparing, it helps to think of your possible triggers and plan ahead: is it family…

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Adrienne Handbrake

By Adrienne Walder (Club Soda Member since January 2018) Last Autumn I was feeling worryingly low, yet I couldn’t pinpoint why.  From the outside, my life appeared pretty rosy.  I was living in Hong Kong with my lovely husband, I was surrounded by great friends and had an active social life. I was working in…

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Shandy

Shandy is, in my opinion, a hugely underrated drink if you’re looking to drink less alcohol or looking for lower alcohol options. Widely known, but underrated nonetheless. We’ve been drinking it for a couple of hundred years, across the globe. In Germany, it’s known as Radler and it’s sold pre-mixed on tap, in huge stein glasses. The…

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