Who says sobriety is boring? Achieving sobriety after struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction is something to celebrate, and leading a sober lifestyle is fun, and more importantly, fulfilling. 

Many shocking statistics focus on how many people relapse during recovery. Data cited by the National Institute on Drug Abuse notes that between 40% and 60% of people in recovery from addiction will relapse. However, despite setbacks, as many as 1 in 10 American adults overcome addiction and go on to lead healthy, rewarding lives.

So, what’s living in sobriety really like? From partying to traveling, sobriety is safe, healthy and worthwhile. Read all about the benefits of living sober in these articles.

Sobriety in Your 20s Doesn’t Mean You’re Missing OutIf you would have told me five years ago that I would become sober at the age of 23, I would have laughed in your face.
How To Be Social and Avoid TriggersHow can you have fun while sober? How can you be social, laugh, and be at events where others are drinking?
How to Live in a House Where People Drink and Protect Your SobrietyWhen I came into recovery, not only did I have to face the physical and emotional damage I caused in my addiction, but also the financial aftermath.
Stay Sober This Independence DayFor many, the Fourth of July is a joyous occasion filled with friends, family and fireworks. But for those in recovery, the holiday can cause a great deal of anxiety and frustration.
5 Summer Mocktails That Are Better Than the OriginalIn celebration of sober summers, and in honor of National Mocktail Day*, we picked our top five mocktail recipes that are so good you won’t even miss the liquor.
How To Party Sober in 5 Easy StepsThere’s a popular misconception about sobriety that when we stop drinking the party is over. And although to some extent this is true, you can still have fun in sobriety