The Reliable Magic of Gratitude

Gratitude is a serious tool for improving how satisfied you feel with life. Depression, stress, anxiety, and loneliness can all be dramatically altered by this simple practice.

Sober Dating 101: Read This Before You Start a Relationship in Early Recovery

Some good, common sense advice from a few addicts and alcoholics with long-term sobriety and in healthy relationships

Battling Food Addiction: A Guide for Recovery

Many of us in recovery struggle with food addiction. Maybe we’ve always had an issue with food, or maybe we “switched addictions” after we got sober. The result is the same, though: Unhealthy eating, a cycle of shame and guilt, and a feeling of powerlessness.

Tips on How to Rebuild Your Life and Career After Addiction

Rebuilding your life and career after addiction isn’t easy, but now that you’re sober, anything is possible. Here we cover some ways to get started.

Self Care in Recovery: Learning to Eat Well

How can we begin to develop a sane relationship with food, and actually eat to nourish ourselves?

Rebuilding Lives: Heading Back to School in Recovery

If going back to school seems like the next right action, we offer some thoughts on where to start, useful skills, and managing the balance between school, recovery and life in general.


Thriving in all of our affairs

Tools and techniques for personal growth in all areas of life—from financial recovery to travelling sober to meditation practice. We explore the road to becoming whole people once again, and thriving in all of our affairs.  


Self-care and the process of physical recovery

Turning our attention to health, wellness and fitness can seem like a radical act after so many years of neglect and abuse. We explore self-care and how to become at home in our bodies once again.



Restoring and reclaiming our relationships

From social circle to a significant other, we explore the road to healthy sober relationships. Deep and meaningful connections with others are vital to recovery, and here we discuss cleaning up the past and moving forward wholeheartedly.