so you stopped getting high. Now what? In all seriousness, when I first got sober, my biggest fear was that I wasn't going to have fun anymore. I absolutely LOVE my sober life. It is way more fun because I can remember what I did yesterday!
I only had to stay sober for 24 hours.) SO true in recovery that it's easier to maintain sobriety through healthy habits, like working the steps, admitting powerlessness and unmanageability and learning to let go.
I had my last drink 3 years ago today, on April 13th, 2013. Whenever I celebrate these sobriety milestones, I tend to get a lot of congratulations for the fact I've made it some amount of time without alcohol. Which is, of course, a big, huge, crazy deal. For the last 1,095 days not a drop of alcohol has passed these lips. Not many people can say that, and being proud I don't drink will never get old. But if I'm being honest, sober time under my belt is far less interesting and…
"Remember that the reason you're doing this is to make YOUR life better" not your kids lives as child support is meant for. Quit buying your new boy toy new trucks, new truck tires, a riding lawnmower, a rowing machine, endless numbers of smokers and gril