How to Enjoy Vacation While in Recovery

How to Enjoy Vacation While in Recovery

Healthy routines are a critical part of successful recovery from addiction. They keep your time occupied and prevent you from being distracted from your healthy lifestyle. However, everyone needs a break occasionally and a vacation is an important way to rejuvenate...
Recommitting to Your Recovery

Recommitting to Your Recovery

May is National Recommitment Month, a time to reevaluate life and recommit to the things that matter most. For those in recovery, it’s an opportunity to renew the promises you’ve made to your loved ones and to yourself —vows to stay clean and sober. Take a look at...
How to Stay Sober and Still Be Social

How to Stay Sober and Still Be Social

After you have gone through rehab for drug or alcohol addiction, it is essential to prioritize the avoidance of triggers and temptations – especially those that used to be the source of a good time. Does this mean you can never have fun again, never socialize with...
Nurturing Hope in Recovery

Nurturing Hope in Recovery

When Rosalind Tompkins was just four years clean and sober, she founded the nonprofit organization Mothers In Crisis, Inc., to provide networks of support for families to live productive, empowered, hope-filled lives. Thirty years later, April is officially the...
Best Foods to Supplement Sobriety

Best Foods to Supplement Sobriety

When you are on the path toward sober living, changes in your lifestyle and habits become part of the program. While in the thick of your addiction, paying attention to good nutrition may have been on the back-burner. Eating well was secondary to getting that next...
Tips to Celebrate a Sober St. Patrick’s Day

Tips to Celebrate a Sober St. Patrick’s Day

Did you know that St. Patrick’s Day is the third most popular drinking day in America, behind Mardi Gras and New Year’s Eve? When you’re in recovery, alcohol-centered holidays can pose a problem. But you don’t have to sacrifice your hard-earned sobriety to have a good...