Not Drinking

How to Avoid the Dark Side of Dry January

Carrie Armstrong | Posted 06.01.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Carrie Armstrong

Those whom historically would have had a couple of glasses in the evening, were completing Dry January and resuming their original drinking habits, only to find they wanted to drink far more in case there would be no more later on. Creating a lack and scarcity mentality that was proving difficult to break.

How to NOT Make a Calendar This Christmas

Carrie Armstrong | Posted 09.12.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Carrie Armstrong

I became a woman obsessed. I stopped seeing other humans. Stopped answering my phone. Every waking moment became an epic battle between myself and my creation. This must be exactly how that doctor lad, you know, that Frankenstein's creator felt.

Dry January

Carrie Armstrong | Posted 04.03.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Carrie Armstrong

If you're going to walk around acting like a self-righteous pr*ck because you are doing it dry this January, people will hate you. Deservedly. Do dry January quietly and happily. Then you will still have friends in February. Always a bonus.

A Supermarket Guide to Non-Alcoholic Beer

Brodie Smithers | Posted 03.02.2013 | Home
Brodie Smithers

There is a large section of society who are violently allergic to the concept of non-alcoholic beer. I also know the most common misgiving is the whole "What's the point?" question. With comparisons to sex without the orgasm and coffee without the caffeine it is a difficult sell for most people.

Good God I Need a Drink

Keith Ryan | Posted 14.03.2012 | UK Comedy
Keith Ryan

Like many of you, I'm a married, employed white male with two children under the age of five and a mortgage. Which means that, like many of you, I'm about two glasses of prosecco away from qualifying as a functional alcoholic.