Whale in clouds

Club Soda member Caroline Cawson shares with us her advice for when you fall off the wagon … My drinking goals are cutting down and I’ve been on this journey for a few years now. Experience tells me to expect ups and downs and I’ve found that being extra-kind to myself after the downs is…

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Four years sober You would think that after nearly four years sober the desire to have an alcoholic drink would have gone away, sitting in a bar must be easy, I have mastered the art of being sober. I wish I could say that to you. But the last few months have been a struggle.…

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Dumbo swinging pendulum

So, you’ve stopped. Or you’ve cut down. And whatever your reasons for doing so, it’s now been a few months, a few weeks, a few days. With time your initial dry January resolve has ebbed and flowed, the glow of making a change might have worn off and now it’s become very everyday. You might…

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Keep Going

Slip-Ups and Getting Back on Track Let’s be frank here, none of this is a linear process. And it might just be that more than once we’re going to have to pick ourselves off, shake off the dust and do some self-loving. We encourage you to be persistent and use these top tips to carry on…

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Changing your relationship with alcohol is a marathon

Dry January success What a January! Alcohol Concern report that this year’s Dry January is the most successful yet, with more people than ever before signing up to a month off the booze. At Club Soda, we know a collective dry January is bigger than the health benefits alone. It is a mass-participation sober month,…

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