My Sober Curious Journey

My Sober Curious Journey

I made a personal decision over a year ago to stop drinking. Not because I have a drinking problem, but rather because I was having a lot of anxiety and didn’t feel like alcohol was doing me too many favors in that area. I was curious. Sober curious.

In today’s episode, I’m talking about why I stopped drinking and how that decision has made me feel (both physically and mentally), as well as what it’s like to be sober in a world where so many social situations revolve around drinking. Have I experienced judgment? Yes. Have people asked if I’m pregnant? Also yes.

Regardless of others’ thoughts, this has been the right decision for me in this season of life, and I’m also sharing some tips for what has helped me enjoy being social without drinking. 

I’d love to hear from you if you’re also interested in being sober curious. So, as always, send me a DM @morethannicolej on Instagram! I love talking business with you guys more than anything, and I can’t wait to hear from you!


In this episode, you’ll learn…

  • [02:00] Why I decided to quit drinking, and how drinking wasn’t helping my mental health 
  • [07:21] How, over time, not drinking made me feel better in a lot of ways, and how I realized drinking was more about being social than liking alcohol
  • [10:04] The judgment I’ve experience with not drinking, and how it has made me more mindful of conversations with others about (not) drinking
  • [15:30] What’s been helpful for me on this journey


If you loved this episode, get access to even more incredible resources over in my group coaching program TFE. We’re all in this together, and this group is such an open and supportive place for anyone at any stage of their business. I can’t wait to see you there.

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