No Alcohol Challenge

Let’s Get Healthier Together

Let’s face it. All of us probably drank a little too much over the holidays. Lets clean up our diets together. Ready to join? Just fill out the form!

Join The January No Alcohol Challenge

If you are like me you knocked back one too many eggnogs this holiday season. 

The holidays are an enjoyable time of year where you can spend time with friends and family and relax. Traditionally, our families get together and someone will try and create a cocktail or two that everyone can enjoy. 

No harm no foul. 

But the holidays are over and it’s time to get back into shape. For most people that means getting into the gym and sweating. But I would argue that cutting out empty calories in drinking is just as good of a way to start off 2019. 

Join myself and whoever else finds this page in not drinking ANY alcohol for 30 days. 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How do I join the challenge?

Just fill out the form at the top of this page.

When does the challenge start?

We are kicking it off the day after New Years. January 2nd 2019.

How do we keep track of our results?

When you sign up your name will be placed in a simple Google Spreadsheet. Every day you can update the sheet if you drank alcohol or not.

Can you remind me to fill out the Google Spreadsheet

Of course. I will email you a weekly reminder to input your results.

Prizes for 1st place?

Right now these challenges are simple and for family and friends but I could see me adding some prizes in the near future. Put it this way…you win a healthier liver.

Are you doing these every month?

Yes but it will be a different challenge each month.

I’m not feeling this challenge, when is the next one?

I usually don’t thinking about the next challenge until a week or two before. But if you sign up for this one you can join the email list and I will notify you of the next one.

Why are you doing this?

I tried doing a 30 day challenge every month in 2017 and failed at most of them. Part of the problem was I was keeping them to myself and had limited accountability. I thought it would be fun to grow with a group of people and see how much personal growth and happiness we could manifest in 2019.