5 Days Off for 5 Weeks
5 Days Off for 5 Weeks starts on Monday 7th of September and will finish on Sunday, October 4th (October long weekend).
Have you been thinking about cutting back on the amount of alcohol that you drink?
Do you reach for a glass of "something"most days of the week?
Have the weekends started to begin a few days earlier?
During COVID have you developed some undesirable drinking habits?
Do you feel that your urge to drink alcohol is controlling you?
Do you hope to increase your energy levels, get better sleep & improve your mood?
Are you wanting to find a healthier balance with your relationship with alcohol?
Still reading? Yes?
Well, I have to assume that something isn't sitting well with you and the beloved consumption of alcohol. It may be that you don't have a big problem with booze but there are some things about your relationship with it that you want to change. This could mean that the habit has got out of hand in the sense that it's routine to have a glass of wine on Monday at 5.45 because that's when we start cooking dinner. That glass of wine is followed by another glass of wine that we have WITH dinner and well, sometimes we just don't think it's a good idea to leave anything in the bottle and WA'LA! The bottle is EMPTY (anyone else feel that the wine bottle have gotten smaller these days??).
This routine is commonly repeated - you're not alone!
There are also those of us who are reliant on that glass of wine after a hard day of LIFE. We like to relax with a glass of red of an evening but the problem is that one glass feels SO GOOD and is usually followed by another (and maybe 1 more?) which almost always makes for a difficult morning as we've not slept well, we can't get out of bed, we miss yoga (again) and the day is spent regretting the choice we made, only to make it again that night because 'LIFE'!!!
It could just be the URGE that is there that you're trying to fight because you're wanting to live a healthier lifestyle - but old habits are still creeping in.
The urge to reach for (whatever your choice of) the bottle is REAL and quite frankly, it's SO HARD to overcome when we're trying to do it alone.
A break from booze will look different for each of us but there are strategies and tools that can help if you are wanting to cut down on reaching for that crutch.
This isn't about giving up completely, it's about gaining control of your consumption
It's about setting boundaries and creating new healthy habits. It's about measuring your progress and celebrating your wins. It's about being mindful of your triggers and being prepared for the urges. It's about living with purpose and achieving what you set out to achieve.
It's about taking 5 consecutive days off alcohol per week - for 5 weeks*
TOGETHER we'll be aware of the discomfort that may rear it's head but we'll get through it with tools and a community of beautiful non-judgemental souls that will be on the same journey.
All members of 5 Days Off for 5 Weeks will receive:
If you feel like it's time to make change then, it's time to make change because
"Nothing changes if Nothing changes"
*There will be ONE cheat day allowed because we are only human
Feeling good is the ultimate goal!