10 surprising benefits of taking a break from alcohol

Sometimes you just know you need to make a change…

That’s where I was when I began this journey. I was sick of having no energy, getting poor sleep, and managing chronic and confusing health conditions. I didn’t know why I felt so awful, but I had a sneaking suspicion that alcohol was NOT helping.

Something led you here today. Perhaps you’re starting to sense the need to make some changes in your life, too. Maybe you have tried and tried to string a few alcohol-free days together, and just can’t get the momentum you need. Maybe you are considering taking a break from booze, but just don’t know if it’s worth it.

I hope this e-book will give you the motivation and inspiration you need to realize that you can reclaim a healthy, happy, energetic life. That great skin, great sleep, and better health are just on the other side of taking a break from booze.

Enter your email below, then check your inbox to claim your e-book today! If you’re curious to learn more about how you can go about changing your relationship with alcohol, keep scrolling to read more about Clear Heart Coaching.

Success! You're on the list.

Set up an Exploration Call

I offer a complementary, no-obligation consultation to help you identify your goals around alcohol and learn more about how coaching can help to reach those goals. You can learn more here.

Coaching Programs

Hiring a coach exponentially improves your ability to achieve your goals. A coach is someone who stays in your corner, helps to clarify your goals, cheers you on, and gently keeps you accountable when you need it the most. With the added structure, perspective, and tools provided by your coach, you are leveraging your own skills, motivation, and desire to create lasting change in your life. Learn more about my coaching options here.

My Story

Not so long ago I found myself in my mid thirties, a wife of 6 years, a mother of 3 years, and a drinker of 10 years. I had developed a drinking habit 10 years prior while working in the restaurant industry.  It steadily grew as I entered graduate school, and there the pleasant pastime became a constant presence and need in my life. Drinking was how I made friends, avoided loneliness, and numbed the pain of being in a terribly stressful program in a new city without any friends or family around…(READ MORE)