About a year ago, I came to the realization that watching the news and listening to the noise of Trump’s madness gripping the world was taking up a lot of my time and energy. I was starting every morning on a diet of endless news stories filled with outrage. I was reading constant loops ofRead more ⟶
If you are thinking about taking a break from drinking or just curious about sober living, these books are highly recommended. If you are already on a journey of exploring your drinking, these books are perfect companions to help you. This Naked Mind: Control Alcohol, Find Freedom, Discover Happiness & Change Your Life – AnnieRead more ⟶
Being happy does not always require us to be brave. But, moving an obstacle out of the way of our happiness does require courage. When we are stuck in a situation that makes us unhappy change is required to move forward. Moving forward might require you to take a leap of faith and try somethingRead more ⟶
One of the best things you can do before starting a detox is to create your own personal detox survival kit. Regardless of what you are detoxing from (alcohol, coffee, or sugar), a detox survival kit is a powerful tool to help you feel happy and relaxed through the tough times. Your survival kit shouldRead more ⟶
We need some encouragement and inspiration to get through the second half of this difficult year. I wanted to share 20 powerful quotes that I hope will propel us onwards through whatever the rest of the year has to offer. Difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations. Unknown It is not in the stars toRead more ⟶
When we are on a journey of improvement or change, there is a huge temptation to compare our progress to others and to conclude that we are not progressing fast enough.
After a divorce or loss, there is a point we come to when we need to move the focus back to ourselves. It is time to start dream building again.
The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new
So often the very places we look to for help in recovery can, in fact, cause us more pain and prolong our journey.
When we go through significant changes in our lives such as divorce, loss, moving homes or remarriage, the version of us is always updating.