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Mary Thompson
Non-Alcoholic Holiday Pop-Up Shop by Clearsips @ Stackt Market Toronto!

Non-Alcoholic Holiday Pop-Up Shop by Clearsips @ Stackt Market Toronto!

Clearsips is heading to Stackt market for our Non-Alcoholic Holiday Pop-Up Shop! Featuring sophisticated non-alcoholic wines, spirits, beers and RTDs for your inclusive holiday hosting and gifting needs Including wine from Oddbird, L'Arjolle, Le Petit Chavin, Luminara and Sin Zero; spirits from Monday and HP Juniper; beer from Sober Carpenter; and RTDs from HP Juniper, Piquette Zero, Cipriani and Edna's Non-Alcoholic Cocktails  Visit us for complimentary tastings and to check out our holiday retail shop! Tuesday, November 15-Sunday, November 27 Stackt Market, Unit 5-10828 Bathurst St, Toronto Pop-Up Hours: Tuesdays to Sundays from 12-8pm We can’t wait to see you!

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Margaret Nimigan
Woman hiking in forest

5 Ways to Optimize Your Mental & Physical Health

Last week I had a great opportunity of being a guest on the Healthy Living Panel at the RevolutionHER conference. Our topic was Healthy Living for Women. Our moderator asked questions about how women can set up their lives to optimize both their mental and physical health.

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Margaret Nimigan
Gratitude: A Strategy For Well Being

Gratitude: A Strategy For Well Being

Many of us know about the benefits of having a daily gratitude practice. Gratitude can be especially important for the newly sober or anyone trying to live without the influence of substances. In the early days of sobriety, people can be overwhelmed by many feelings: irritability, anger, loneliness, fear and boredom to name a few. Part of what contributes to these feelings is our negativity bias, built into the human species so that we can track any situation for threat or danger. When this tracking system is in overdrive, we fail to see the beauty and gifts in everyday life....

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Margaret Nimigan
Finding Your “Why” During Sober October

Finding Your “Why” During Sober October

Finding your "why" during Sober October can set you up for success. Before you begin any kind of self-imposed challenge, it’s always helpful to find your motivation. For most people, the reason for going alcohol free is highly personal and somewhat unique to each individual.  Here are some reasons people have shared with me over the last few years: Curiosity: Would I feel better? How hooked am I? Would I find it easy or hard? Overall Health & Wellness: With or without the science, most people know alcohol isn’t a component of healthy living.  Irritation With the “Habit”:  Some feel slave...

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