The holiday season is here again and what better way to celebrate the season and your sobriety than with some delicious, non-alcoholic drinks! If you find yourself hosting a sober holiday event for friends or family, these ten non-alcoholic drink recipes are festive, inexpensive, and easy to make. Of course, they’re delicious too.
Category: Sober Fun
There’s plenty of sober fun to be had this holiday season in Houston. If you’re looking for something fun, festive, and alcohol-free to do, here are 12 great activities for sober individuals and loved ones.
Finding fun, festive, and alcohol-free events during the holiday season isn’t always easy. However, this year, Austin is hosting several exciting holiday events and activities for residents who like to have a good time without all the booze. Here are ten of the top alcohol-free holiday events in Austin, perfect for the person in recovery.
For many people, the weeks and days leading up to the fourth Thursday in November are filled with anticipation and excitement for all that Thanksgiving day will bring. From delicious food to wholesome family time, what’s not to love?
Like many other holidays and celebratory occasions, Halloween can often be an excuse to overindulge in alcohol. If you’re living in a sober living home or this will be your first Halloween sober in years, it can be a challenging occasion. Fortunately, there are plenty of great ways to celebrate Halloween “boos-free.” Here are seven […]
Updated on April 27th, 2021 It’s officially Fall even though it still feels like summer here in Texas! Welcoming this new season is a perfect opportunity to expand your hobbies, interests, and get creative with your leisure activities. While you were addicted, maybe all you did for fun was get drunk or high. Now that […]
Are you planning on staying in this 4th of July because you’re just not sure how to celebrate sober? While it’s unrealistic to assume all your friends’ cookouts and parties will be alcohol-free, you should know that you don’t have to stay cooped up inside in an effort to stay sober.
Many people view American holidays like St. Patrick’s Day as an excuse to party and get drunk, but you don’t have to spend your St. Patrick’s day that way. If you’re an addict in recovery, there are still plenty of fun ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day sober. Although celebrating sober is a very different […]
Despite the fact that Austin’s infamous SXSW is known for partying, drinking, and massive hangovers, it’s entirely possible to attend and have a great time without alcohol and drugs. In fact, being sober is the best and safest way to get as much out of the annual festival as possible.
Societal norms today tell us two major things about Valentine’s Day and how we should celebrate it: We should be in a long-standing, committed relationship. We should celebrate with wine or champagne. Neither of those things is true.
The holidays present a unique set of challenges for people in recovery, often putting their coping and relapse prevention skills to the ultimate test. However, these road bumps during the holiday season don’t have to be threats to sobriety. Instead, they can be used as opportunities to develop and improve important skills like resilience, discipline, […]
Traveling for the holidays can be a challenging endeavor for a person in recovery, especially if the sober lifestyle is new. For many people in early recovery, anything that deviates from the normal recovery routine, sobriety support system, or sober surroundings can be a threat to sobriety.
The men of Eudaimonia’s Rustic Creek sober living apartment complex took on the 4th of July with a special celebration filled with food, fun, and a little friendly competition. More than 50 sober living residents showed up for the event to enjoy grilled hot dogs, hamburgers and other snacks in good company. Some event-goers also […]
Summertime is the perfect time for hosting or attending a summer cookout, but as a newly sober person, the idea of going to this type of event might be overwhelming or uncomfortable. It’s important to note that attending these types of social events will get easier as time goes on, but right now, you don’t […]
Updated on August 25th, 2020 It’s nearly summertime and vacation season is upon us! Just because you’re sober now, doesn’t mean you have to give up fun group vacations with your friends and family. There are plenty of ways to vacation sober without the stress. It just takes some planning.