When you've got the right attitude, activities and friends, sober winters can really heat up.
Another year is upon us. Time to think about setting goals, creating opportunities, taking your sober life soaring — and, perhaps, helping someone else soar into sobriety too.
As with all things recovery, it's important not to rush it. But once you're on your way, you'll find the long-term benefits of fitness are exceptional.
Believe it or not, journaling your thoughts can improve both your mental and physical health. It's also a personal, creative way to work through recovery — let's get started!
Vacations shouldn't be nerve-racking, but in recovery, it's not always that simple. We asked three sober travel pros how to make your trips fun — and more fulfilling than ever.
Understand what pushes your buttons in addiction recovery, and you'll learn to save yourself a lot of stress and trouble.
We feel nature's serenity and beauty, but science now explains why being outdoors makes our brains and bodies happy. For some in recovery, it can be a game changer.
Everyone gets angry sometimes, but if anger is poisoning you, it's hurting your recovery. Here's how to let it out in a healthy way.
It's hard to find serenity, or even a moment to breathe, when you're always at max capacity. Learn how to organize your time, and you'll get more out of sobriety.
Knowledge is power, and April is Alcohol Awareness Month. What better time to learn how to be clear-eyed about your consumption? A few tips.
Ack! Life is stressful, and it feels different in recovery. You know substances only make things worse, so what to do? Some pointers on handling it like a champ.
Dread not routines! They turn newfound sources of strength and joy into regular companions.