How To Manage Stress Without Alcohol

It’s a vicious cycle: stress creates anxiety, alcohol is consumed to reduce anxiety, but it only intensifies anxiety in the long-term. This is the relationship alcohol has with stress, a relationship all too familiar to many reading this right now.

In these difficult times, it’s not surprising some people are looking to alcohol for a little stress reduction. But, there are healthier ways of coping with life’s challenges. Below we round-up a few positive ways to manage whatever life throws at you.

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Hangovers Explained: What’s Happening To The Body?

One thing you won’t miss if you’re doing Dry July? The dodgy stomach and splitting headache when you roll out of bed after a night out. If you’re a drinker you’ve no doubt experienced the dreaded hangover – some more soul-destroying than others.

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10 Benefits Of Cutting Back On Alcohol For Your Appearance & Body

Everything you consume – good or bad – has an effect on the body. Water and healthy fats like avocado are great for your skin while starchy foods like fries *surprise* *surprise*…not so much. When it comes to alcohol, the latter is also true. Unfortunately, there aren’t too many (if any) positive effects alcohol has on the body.

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Recyclable vs. Biodegradable vs. Compostable – What’s The Difference?

In the past year there have been massive strides in the plastic-free sustainability movement – from supermarkets banning single use plastic to reusable straws at cafes, and it’s becoming increasingly more common to see the words ‘biodegradable’, ‘recyclable’ and ‘compostable’ stamped across packaging. While it’s great we have so many options, it also makes it all the more confusing for eco-conscious consumers.

Dry July: Tips For Sticking To A Detox

Taking on Dry July or just feeling a little sober-curious? Well you’ve come to the right place! Join us this month as we take on the 31 day challenge. We’ll be bringing you heaps of inspiring and motivational content from delicious alcohol-free mocktail recipes to tried-and-tested tips for getting through the weekend crunch.

Good luck! 

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The Best Alcohol-Free Mocktail Recipes For Dry July

We’re fast-approaching 1st of July, which means for many the start of Dry July – a 31 day detox from alcohol, or if you’re doing Drier July just cutting back on your usual alcohol consumpton. But, just because you’re taking a break doesn’t mean you need to become a recluse and shut yourself off from socialising! Thankfully, there are heaps of delicious alcohol-free mocktail recipes just as good as the real deal (if not better!). Why not get your Dry July friends together for a mocktail night?

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The Sober-Curious Movement: What Does It Mean?

It’s safe to say 2020 has been a wild ride – heck it feels like we’ve done a year already and we’re only half-way through! No one would blame you if you’ve been desperately watching the clock waiting for it to hit 5pm each night AKA vino hour. It’s pretty typical, especially in Australia and New Zealand, to turn to alcohol to take the edge off a tough day, and then a few more glasses (*cough* bottles) on the weekends to loosen up with friends.

Ironically, in 2020, just when you feel like a drink most, it’s coincided with the rise of the sober-curious movement – we’ll get to this below…

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The Best Libido-Boosting Supplements

Winter, when we’re huddled up inside, is a great excuse to spend some quality time with your loved one and – if you’re lucky – get cosy between the sheets! Sounds fun right? No? If the thought of getting down and dirty fills you with anxiety and dread then read on, we got you.

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