“Physically, it makes me feel better not to drink alcohol anymore. I have more energy, more productivity, freedom from the ritual of drinking and can drive anywhere, any time to any place. … And I still have a lot of fun!” —Cate Faulkner, co-founder of Zero Proof Collective
I’m not big on New Year’s resolutions—mostly because I tend to go too big and within weeks I give up. So, I simply no longer want to set myself up for failure. But at the beginning of each year, some of my best friends and I get together to create “vision boards,” which are full of images and words that represent our goals and dreams for the year. It’s a softer approach to resolutions, with no guilt involved.