5 Common Dry January Mistakes

If you’re jumping on the alcohol-free train for the month of January, here are common pitfalls you’ll want to be aware of.

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I did my first and last Dry January in 2017. I say “last” ironically as it was the catalyst for me to give up alcohol for good…so technically every January is Dry January now.

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Seeker. Writer. Elective Sobriety. A 30-something sharing my journey of personal development, spiritual growth, & authenticity. IG: @amandakuda.

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Seeker. Writer. Elective Sobriety. A 30-something sharing my journey of personal development, spiritual growth, & authenticity. IG: @amandakuda.

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