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

Sober in Vegas: Sober Strip Tips #4, Visiting the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” Sign

The Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign is a unique place to stop by in Vegas, and guess what y'all?! It's alcohol-free! And costs nothing! Two big thumbs up for this activity! And....it's probably one of the most iconic signs in the WORLD. It was designed by Betty Willis in 1959 (she was one of the … Continue reading Sober in Vegas: Sober Strip Tips #4, Visiting the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” Sign