Dating, partying, socialising, special occasions, holidays… without alcohol does this sound difficult to you?
Could you imagine going sober at the age of 26 without using the excuse “I am on antibiotics” or “I am working tomorrow”?
This week we spoke to the founder of the Sober Girl Society and one of the leading voices on the sobriety movement, Millie Gooch.
At the age of 26 Millie decided to make a big lifestyle change, she quit drinking. After too many binge drinking nights that left her feeling anxious, and insecure. She realised she needed a change.
Millie has written for a range of publications, and her campaigning work has been featured everywhere from ELLE and Stylist to the BBC and Evening Standard.
In this episode, Millie gives us practical advice for how to date, party and socialise sober. We debunk the myths surrounding sobriety and how having a healthier relationship with alcohol can massively improve your confidence, relationships, productivity and your relationship with yourself.
We loved chatting to Millie, she is a brilliant voice for the movement.
Lots of Love,
Dave & Steve
To find out more about Millie and her work check out her Instagram: @milliegooch
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Produced by Sean Cahill & Sara Fawsitt
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