Members 66. Ninety Days

Our private drama apart, Covid 19 and the measures to contain and repress it are wreaking havoc on society. In the UK, off-licences (alcohol shops) have been added to the list of retailers permitted to stay open through the lockdown. Initially, I smiled. Then, I received an email from the team at One Year No Beer, and excerpt of which I quote below;

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Members 58. A dry month

As I type, I am on day 38 dry, and day 36 of my One Year No Beer challenge. To date, I have been alcohol-free every day. A dry month, complete.

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Members 56. One Year No Beer

As I write, I’m beginning day week four, day 22 of the challenge. Just 344 to go, if you’re counting. In case you are wondering, beer is the catch-all for alcohol. No booze for a year.

Why?

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