Christmas Countdown

I have created a 12 day Christmas Countdown filled with yummy recipes, sober inspiration and self care suggestions to keep your sobriety on track this festive season.

You can see my Christmas Countdown on Instagram @sober_thinking but I wanted to share them all here too.

recipe

Christmas Countdown

Christmas Countdown

Christmas Countdown

Christmas Countdown

Christmas Countdown

recipe

Christmas Countdown

Christmas Countdown

recipe

Christmas Countdown

self care

I hope you try a few of my Christmas countdown suggestions but if you feel you need extra sober support this festive season check out my Christmas Survival Guide here. The knowledge, strategies and advice I give will help you navigate any celebration, holiday or family gathering.

For too long you have soaked the festive holidays in booze. You’ve done that and got the t-shirt. Now, let’s try a different way.

Alcohol is not required to have a good time.

Being sober will make you more present and available to others. You will feel refreshed and not run down or hungover? You will still smile and laugh and have a good time and it will be done authentically because you are not in a drunken stupor.

Imagine emerging from the festive holidays stronger in your sobriety, mentally and physically healthier and with more energy.

Being Alcohol free this festive holiday is the best gift you can give yourself and those around you.

Mrs Mac

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