why the alcohol-free movement is taking over
We love seeing headlines such as this one, 'Why the alcohol-free movement is becoming fashionable.' It means that more and more people are jumping onto the bandwagon of living booze-free, or at least trying it out for some time. Either way, its a huge step in the right direction.
For so long, no one talked about 'not drinking' like it was something to celebrate and honestly, that's just sad. Yet, drinking was the thing that was celebrated. Something that alters the state of our being, changes who we are when limits are surpassed, and doesn't usually make us feel great, was the go-to. Why can't we just be? We should be able to just be ourselves without the addition of booze pressure and stigmas.
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It's totally okay to drink. So many people I know drink all the time. Some drink everyday. Its their life so they can do what they want to with it. I don't think drinking is a bad thing, it just might 'the' thing for some people, which is totally fine too. All I'm saying is that being alcohol-free for years, or giving up the booze for a month, should be just as celebrated as late nights and blurry times seem to be.
Read the full article here
This article talks about why the current trend of living booze-free has evolved the way it has, and how people are taking back their lives and getting rid of anything that doesn't serve them anymore. It's a quick read, full of so many good tips and info about living life alcohol-free. And again, people don't need to give up drinking if thats not their M.O, but its still good to see the alternatives and the research thats out there.
Don't ever give in to the pressure that society creates around drinking. You do you, and if you want to join this movement, even for a few days, that should be celebrated.