CALENO x SOBER & SOCIAL: THE RIVER VIEW MEET – Wednesday 21st July

CALENO x SOBER & SOCIAL: THE RIVER VIEW MEET – Wednesday 21st July

Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm BST

River View drinks with Caleño Drinks on Southbank

We’ve been waiting ALL year (literally) to meet you IRL, and the time has finally come! 

Our fabulous River View Meet kicks-off our Summer Series of events with Caleño Drinks and provides us with an awesome opportunity to connect with like-minded souls and sober-sip the night away in style!

Step out of the office or away from your WFH desk and into a vibey river view venue as Sober & Social hold their Summer River View meet with Caleño Drinks.

Mingle and enjoy 4 zesty cocktails created by the venue’s top mixologists with Caleño non-alcoholic spirit – the joy of not drinking never tasted so good!

Includes 2 canapés and 4 Caleño non-alcoholic cocktails.

We’re SO excited to meet you all! Make sure you purchase your ticket and check out our Summer events in Manchester and Bristol too!

All our love – the Sober & Social team!

Tickets: £25 + booking fee for non-members

 

Grab your ticket here!

Emily

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Virtual Tasting with Jukes Cordialities – Monday 12th July

Virtual Tasting with Jukes Cordialities – Monday 12th July

Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm BST

Join us for an exclusive virtual tasting of Jukes Cordialities, the most unique and healthy alcohol-free drink imaginable! Hosted by founder and wine expert Matthew Jukes.

In this free exclusive member event, you’ll get the opportunity to sip on the full range of Jukes drinks, while finding out more about each flavour and how to properly enjoy them.

A bespoke tasting box has been created especially for the occasion, with attendees able to try the full Jukes collection: 

Jukes 1: ‘The White’

Jukes 2: ‘The Bright Red’

Jukes 5: ‘The Crisp White’ – Summer Limited Edition

Jukes 6: ‘The Deep Red’

Jukes 8: ‘The Rosé’ – Summer Limited Edition

Find out more about Jukes and view the whole range here.

 

This is an exclusive member event, if you’d like to join the Sober & Social membership – follow this link

Emily

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PURPOSE AND EMOTIONAL REGULATION – Monday 5th July

PURPOSE AND EMOTIONAL REGULATION – Monday 5th July

Time: 7:00pm – 8:00pm BST

Bio:
Rick William facilitates transformational experiences for heart led men and has spent the past 10 years exploring his personal and spiritual growth. 
After realising that his own definition of success is leading from the heart in service of helping others, he believes that each of us have a sacred purpose, a unique contribution and that we are here to gift the world.


Links:

https://www.instagram.com/iamrickwilliam 


Workshop description
Bringing his knowledge as a trained trauma informed coach, breathwork facilitator and using many other tools he has learned along the way, Rick will be sharing his renowned work with the Sober & Social community on Monday 5th July.

In this workshop, Rick will help us explore how to regulate the nervous system so that we can give ourselves the often unmet needs that are often masked with drugs, alcohol and food. When we learn to regulate our own nervous systems, we’ll find that many of those addictive behaviours naturally diminish because we’ve given our system what it was looking for. 

“If you are looking for somebody to hold space and help you tap into your deeper purpose, Rick is the man.” Preston Smiles

 

 This is a members-only event, if you are interested in joining, please email membership@soberandsocial.com

Emily

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Reasons to Stay Dry this July

Reasons to Stay Dry this July

We have no doubt you’ve heard of Dry January, but have you heard of Dry July? It’s incredible to see that more and more people are tuning into an alcohol-free life! We’re sharing four reasons why staying dry this July could be the best decision you ever make:

1. Your mood will improve

Alcohol is a depressant and alters the chemicals in our brain. At first we can feel more relaxed and confident as our body produces extra dopamine when we drink, this makes us feel good and gives us an initial buzz. However, afterwards our body will be depleted of this which can then lower our mood. If we take alcohol whilst in our already low mood state, our brain finds it harder to transmit the happy chemicals we need to feel good again. By ditching the drink, you’re no longer consuming a depressant – meaning your mood will improve significantly!

2. You’ll have the support of everyone else taking part in the campaign

Stopping drinking during a time like Dry July, means you’ll be going booze-free alongside the thousands of others taking part in the campaign. Why not buddy up with someone and support each other along the way? 

3. You’ll save money, and time!

Think of all the money you’ll save by not drinking for a whole month! Not only this, but the time you’ll save too by not being hungover. Put the money aside and use it to treat yourself to something nice as a reward!

4. It could be the start of something incredible

There’s nothing worse than sober socialising with people who bring you down. Oh wait, yes there is – drunk people who bring you down! So, surround yourself with people who genuinely make you feel good, lift you up, and support your sobriety. This doesn’t mean that everyone you socialise with needs to be sober, but ensure whoever you’re socialising with fully supports and respects the fact that you are sober!