Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Dry january. Get inspired and try out new things.
Have you jumped on the Dry January bandwagon yet? If you are still on the fence you might change your mind once you see all the benefits. It isn’t news that drinking less has health benefits. Check out these 10 benefits to going dry for January. RELATE POST: 10 Easy Mocktail Recipes to Make at...
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Parents are living through one of the most stressful times ever. In the midst of it all, here are some tried and tested tips on how to relax without alcohol.
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How to do a Dry January and give up alcohol for a month or a longer challenge. These 10 tips share the benefits of going alcohol-free for Dry January (or Sober October) and how to successfuly go alcohol-free for the month. | dry january, sober october, mocktails, stop drinking, non-alcoholic, quit drinking
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We’re not usually fans of fad diets or gimmicky health changes that may not be sustainable for the long haul. That’s because any type of deprivation with an expiration date tends to not have a lot of benefits once it’s over. Even if you reap some benefits in the short term, you might end up overindulging once you reach your goal. But, as far as wellness trends go, dry January seems pretty harmless—in fact, it could actually do really great things for your health—if you approach it the right…
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doing a sober month to improve your life. what i learned from a dry january challenge experiment
Dry January is a personal challenge that helps people cut down on their alcohol consumption and explore the growing trend of non-alcoholic cocktails,
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Are you doing Dry January in 2023? This is your guide for successfully going thirty one days without drinking.
If you're one of the third of all humankind who drinks alcohol, take note: There's no amount of liquor, wine or beer that is safe for your overall health, according to a new analysis of 2016 global alcohol consumption and disease risk.
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