Giving Up Alcohol Is Easier If You Prepare For Success!

Giving up alcohol is pretty tough no matter what type of drinker you are. At OneYearNoBeer, we have discovered that trying to wing it simply does not work. You have to prepare like an athlete. This is why our members are so successful in making this amazing life change. We provide the tips, tricks, hacks, and experience to make this challenge the exciting adventure it is! Here are 3 tips on how to stop drinking with less stress. 

  • There is never a perfect time to stop drinking. So why not join us and start your 30, 90 or 365 day challenge today? You will discover a whole community of people just like you who will support and inspire you to make this amazing life improvement. We provide daily email support, podcasts, a free e-book, buzzing forums and so much more to help you on your way.
  • For most of us, the unfortunate truth is that we need an excuse to quit drinking which will hold up in the pub. This is exactly what OneYearNoBeer provides. You can tell yourfriends, family and work colleagues that you have decided to take the OneYearNoBeer challenge initially for 30/90 days to see how productive you can be. That's it – no stigma, no stories, just another challenge to add to the mud races and marathons.
  • Book a physical challenge that pushes you beyond your comfort zone. If you can barely run around the block, perhaps start with a 5K park run. Or if you can already manage 5Ks, perhaps aim for a half or full marathon. A goal like this
    provides focus, whilst also filling some of the amazing time you get back from not drinking. 

If you need more information on how to give up alcohol, check out our forums and the other blog posts. Our members are inspirational and their stories help many others make this amazing change. For even more inspiration, check out our enlightening free e-book on giving up alcohol. 

So if you have had enough of hangovers and want to know exactly how to give up alcohol then join us today. 

Good luck on your alcohol-free adventures,

Andy and Ruari

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