People are choosing to remain alcohol-free with #DryFebruary. Here, they tell us why.
Even if you're not getting the Covid-19 vaccine anytime soon, it might be worth stopping drinking. Here's why.
We asked the experts to explain what giving up alcohol does to your mind and body.
The health benefits of giving up alcohol aren’t to be sniffed at. These seven tips can help you stay sober after a month off the booze.
Are we about to undo all our good work?
After enduring Christmas party season, our tribe welcomes Dry January doers and your people with open arms
Many people are keeping off booze this month, and some don't touch the stuff any time of the year. Whether sobriety is a temporary thing or a lifestyle choice, more and more people are looking for alcohol-free alternatives. We tried a selection from Ocado, Sainsbury's, Waitrose and Dry Drinker to see how they measure up.
Keep up the good work, your body (and wallet) will thank you for it 🙌
If Your Drinking Is Problematic Enough That You're Doing Dry January – It Might Be Time To Look At Your Relationship With Alcohol
If you have an alcohol problem, being ‘dry’ for just one month doesn’t cut it. I know compulsive drinkers who stop every January and are back on the booze with a vengeance come February
"If it’s what you want to do, don’t feel the expectation to drink from others."