The Mantra Project: 40 Days Of Sobriety is a 40-day email sequence designed to help you make subtle shifts in your thinking as you are navigating sobriety. The course is based on principles and practices used in Hip Sobriety School and is meant to hold your hand and guide you over a six-week period to make very real and simple changes in your life to support your recovery. With artwork by Tammi Salas and words by Holly Whitaker.
If you've struggled with your drinking in any capacity, questioned your relationship with alcohol, are questioning your relationship with alcohol, or are wondering if you should quit or may have to quit, you will understand what I'm about to say all too well: it's fucking terrifying. To be sure, it is NOT the things that happen on the other side of quitting drinking that are the hardest obstacles to overcome. The biggest roadblock between anyone and sobriety is the decision to attempt…
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I started this blog post because I was looking for a super-easy way to talk about books and also pay a little homage to the year 2016. I blocked four hours on my calendar and gave myself one morning to write it. And then five days, eighteen hours, and thirteen gray hairs later, I've come up wi
The funny thing about the title of this article is that I don't really identify as a person in recovery from addiction & I don't believe that I am just maintaining my sobriety. Those things feel like small tight words that imply a life ruled by addiction & a state of just hanging on. My life is much bigger than that. This is what I do in my life today, 4 years into this journey, so that I don't fall asleep and forget how grand and delicious life really is or go back to trying to escape it.