Tag Archives: struggles

i remember when

Do you remember the first day when you realized you hadn’t thought about having a drink all day?  I’m not sure why, as I was falling asleep last night, this thought came to me.  I suppose because I didn’t think … Continue reading

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belly up to the bar

Closing in on day 600 (next Thurs).  I’ve surpassed my previous milestone of around 550 days or whatever it was before I dove head first back into the drinking pool.  woop woop Last night I was at Applebee’s for their … Continue reading

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a day in the life

It has been awhile since I’ve actually focused on writing on my blog.  I’ve posted a few snippets these last few months, teasers and sneak peaks! Thought this time I would actually talk about real life events and handling stress … Continue reading

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happy 1 year and 6 months to me

Today is my 546th day of sobriety.   **ERROR ERROR –  I am a week early with this post!  haha   ERROR ERROR** Some days are worse than others but for the most part, all is well on the sober … Continue reading

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happy easter

Hello all.  I see that new people are continuing to follow me and I think that is so cool.  I just feel bad because of my lack of posting something extraordinaire or fun or news worthy or posting at all!!! … Continue reading

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“Rebranding Addiction”

I recently read a blog by Hip Sobriety dated Dec 2 titled, “How to Fix the Addiction Epidemic through Rebranding and Social Proof”.  It moved me.  I found this particular blog on Facebook because of the Sober Senorita.  So many … Continue reading

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have a safe, sober and awesome holiday

Yeah, it’s been a while.  I still have obnoxious cravings mid to late afternoon every day, but it’s become the norm.  I know it’s coming, so I live through it and am fine by the time I get home. And … Continue reading

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