If you rang in the new year a little too hard and promised to give up alcohol for January, you’re not alone.
"Dry January actually has a ton of benefits — aside from the health benefits, you have cleaner skin, you'll sleep better, you'll also save money," said one sobriety coach.
Instead of ditching the sugar or carbs to start the new year, some people are saying so long to alcohol.
Mix up a tasty drink, but leave the booze on the shelf.
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Are you considering trying Dry January, the annual initiative to stop drinking for the first month of the new year?