Sober in Vegas: Healing Garden

Before today's post, I wanted to share two quick sobriety related articles that made me really happy--hope you enjoy: The Salt featured an article about the growing demand for non alcoholic craft beverages--hooray!  I am happy businesses are starting to realize we'd love more options than a water... The Kitchn posted from the perspective of … Continue reading Sober in Vegas: Healing Garden

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Sober in Vegas: Clark County Museum Part 2, the Indoor Exhibition Hall (and unrelated thoughts on Anger)

Not sure if it's that summer triple digit heat is ramping up or what, but I have been so cranky lately that I need to step back and take a breather. When I start to hear myself say something snarky or be rude to a stranger I've started just shutting my mouth mid-sentence and apologizing … Continue reading Sober in Vegas: Clark County Museum Part 2, the Indoor Exhibition Hall (and unrelated thoughts on Anger)

Sober in Vegas: Springs Preserve Part 2, The Nevada State Museum

Do you ever have momentum in your sobriety where you're like, "I feel good! I feel great! It's happening! I like getting up in the morning! Hooray for life!" Only to wake up the next day feeling like, "I feel nothing except failure, self-hate, disappointment" And nothing even HAPPENED. The feeling just washes over you. … Continue reading Sober in Vegas: Springs Preserve Part 2, The Nevada State Museum

Sober in Vegas: Sober Friendly Strip Tips #5, Yoga on and near The Strip

As I've mentioned before, for anyone who struggles with the temptation to drink (we're all at different points in our sobriety walk, and I realize what triggers me may not trigger others) The Strip may be a place you want to avoid when visiting Vegas. However, I also realize some people who are sober are … Continue reading Sober in Vegas: Sober Friendly Strip Tips #5, Yoga on and near The Strip