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I find that on most occasions, a Seedlip and tonic can hit the spot just as well as gin.

I’m a millennial who identifies as ‘sober-curious’ — here’s why I rarely drink alcohol, but don’t want to go tee-t...

Lifestyle writer Rachel Hosie says she's experienced many benefits to cutting down on — rather than cutting out — alcohol.
Sometimes I drink, but most days I don't.

Millennials are cutting down on alcohol without going completely tee-total — and as one of them, I understand why

"Toasting my brother's engagement? Worth it. Having an office beer on a Friday just because it's there, when I don't even like beer? Not worth it."
"Listen Bar exists in order to create an option for people who want to go out and they don't feel like drinking," founder Lorelei Bandrovschi said.

What it’s like inside the booze-free NYC bars that charge $13 for nonalcoholic cocktails

Millennials' thirst for nonalcoholic drinks is growing, and the trend is extending beyond Dry January.
Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard have been together since 2007.

Kristen Bell explains why she spoils Dax Shepard on his ‘sober birthday’ more than his actual birthday: ‘That’s what allows me...

Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard opened up about their marriage for People's newest cover story.
I didn't exactly succeed at this challenge.

I tried to go without alcohol for a month — and I only made it 10 days

I tried to go a month without drinking and it showed me how big alcohol looms in my life.
When dating someone who is working on their sobriety, it can be important to have open conversations.

9 ways to support a partner who is working on their sobriety

We rounded up some ways to help support your partner who's trying to get sober or is actively working on their sobriety.

Weight loss research says morning ravers who wake up to party at dawn might be onto something

Daybreaker is part of what its creators call a "movement" in 16 cities including San Francisco, New York, London, and Tokyo.

I woke up at dawn to dance sober for 3 hours before work — and I’ve already signed up to do it again

Daybreaker is part of what its creators call a "movement" in 16 cities including San Francisco, New York, London, and Tokyo.