Today I’m happy to be listing some sober blogs and recovery resources that I support. Finding these resources can be the hope that someone in recovery needs. I am grateful that these are readily available these days, in the past they were hard to find.
Stepping into a life of recovery from alcoholism didn’t come easy for me. Generally speaking, I don’t believe it does for many of us. For some time before my last day I could be found googling things like “Sober Life”, “Life in Recovery” or even “how do I not drink”.
This was years ago…these days if you do google things such as those, you find many articles, blogs and social media influencers. Back in 2010 there wasn’t much to be found. Thankfully I did find some people who would end up being my tribe online.
People such as Ellie Strong, Lisa Ulbrich and Stephanie Wilder-Taylor wrote and shared about their own journey of recovery and I sat far away from them reading every word, building my own hope.
Through the years, I have maintained contact with these folks and in endless ways they have supported me. I have built a tribe of sober folks both in person and online who have helped form me along the way wether they know it or not.
Sober Road Trip
This week I took a BIG leap…I got in the car and drove almost 10 hours!! For me this is a giant accomplishment. In early sobriety I was involved in a major car accident which left me with physical injuries and a brain injury…and PTSD with driving. I have worked hard to recover from this accident and I’m sure you can imagine what a hurdle this driving was for me.
In the end I was ready to face this challenge because getting to the Boston area to meet Lisa Ulbrich, Amanda Finnerty and Jeff Berlot was just THAT important to me.
These are people in recovery whom I’ve grown close with online and I’m SO glad I made it here. This week has been filled with RECOVERY talk, meetings, great food and deeper connections. None of this would have been possible if I let my fears rule my world.
Today I want to pay it forward and share some AMAZING online recovery options…these are resources and blogs for anyone who is looking for hope. Sober life in recovery is beautiful and I hope that you find what I have.
Online Sober Recovery Resources
These days there are countless fantastic resources online for recovery these are just some that I support.
Sober Recovery Blogs
Lara Frazier – a story of healing in sobriety, through addiction, in life and love, and in all the other big huge moments of fear and magic that we rarely talk about, but we should.
Sasha Tozzi – Sasha is a woman who writes, coaches, hypnotizes, and heals. She believes in hope, healing, and daily miracles for all. She addresses life from a mind-body-soul perspective and helps free people from cages they didn’t even know they were in.
Mark Goodson – join Mark in discovering what makes the ordinary so extraordinary, and the mundane miraculous.
Liv’s Recovery Kitchen – LRK is dedicated to providing you with the information and resources you need to live a vibrant and fulfilling recovery.
Unpickled Blog – Everyone knows someone in recovery from alcohol dependency. Learn more about recovery & show your support for positive advocacy. Recovery is leadership!
Sober Moxie – BIG. BOLD. LIVING
Jen Yockey – Supporting your journey – wellness through discovery, conversation and action
Last Call Blog – Last Call is a resource to bring awareness to others about recovery and alcoholism/addiction.
Quit Winning – Laura Ward is a mom, a wife, a small biz owner, and a retired wine drinker (and beer … and champagne … and margaritas … and ALL the booze). Quit Wining is her online journal about life in recovery from alcohol addiction.
The Sobriety Collective – The Sobriety Collective is a living, breathing community of creatives living a substance-free life (either self-identifying as in recovery from substance use disorder and/or mental health concerns, sober-curious, or straight-edge, etc.), making contributions in music, film, writing, fashion, technology, beauty, business, comedy, photography/art, philanthropy, education, fitness, yoga, + more
I Am Not Anonymous – Our mission is to bring the SOLUTION into the conversation in hopes of helping the millions of people who remain untreated and help the world understand that addiction is not a moral failing.
Life to be Continued – Recovery is Empowering
Miracles Are Brewing – With over 10 years of recovery under my belt from alcohol & cocaine, I’ve become a faithful believer in miracles, writer & a person living a mindfully alcohol-free lifestyle who is working to inspire others to live more intentionally as a certified Holistic Recovery Coach, Speaker & Yoga Instructor.
Off Dry – Off-Dry is a blog about getting and staying sober in a world that’s often three sheets to the wind.
She Recovers – SHE RECOVERS® is an international movement of self-identified women in or seeking recovery from a wide variety of issues, including substance use and eating disorders, other behavioral health issues, trauma, abuse, codependency, cancer, grief, low self-esteem, perfectionism and other life challenges.
Sober Courage – I am Magz and I am a retired blackout artist and relapse survivor. Momma of 3 awesome kids. Blogger. Tech nerd. Love music & dogs & coffee. Training for 1st #5k!
The Fix – The Fix is the world’s premier website about addiction and recovery, featuring a daily mix of breaking news, exclusive interviews, investigative reports, essays and blogs on sober living, lifestyle and cultural resources, as well as knowledge and wisdom from expert counsel.
Sober Seniorita – I write about my experience as a young woman living sober. I hope that by sharing my story, other 20-something party girls and boys somewhere will gain the courage to quit the booze and have the confidence to live a crazy, fun life without it.
Veronica Valli – I’m a coach for people who feel like alcohol has hijacked their lives. Although they can’t imagine life without it, every time they drink or fail to control their drinking, they wake up feeling ashamed, guilty and frightened. I help them eliminate alcohol, so they are free to socialize, have fun and restore their health without ever feeling like they are “missing out.”
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