The Sober Bubble: Early Discovery Journal
A sobriety journal to help with fear, anxiety, emotions, and negative thoughts.
All associated with quitting drinking and reasons why many people fail, because kicking the booze is not plain sailing! It’s a challenge not to be underestimated. But with planning and understanding ourselves it needn’t be pain staking, and we can overcome our anxieties.
Reaching that first milestone is a key moment in the journey to continued sobriety or having a break from alcohol. Not only for the sense of achievement and relief, but it demonstrates mentally that, you can do it. By reaching 30 or 60 days, or 1 month, 6 months or whatever, it lets your subconscious mind know that you can also overcome your anxiety and fears about quitting alcohol.
Written from experience, ‘The Sober Bubble Early Discovery Journal’ is a sobriety journal designed to help you do exactly that!
Through multiple tasks, trackers, encouraging prompts and engaging tips, this ‘Early Discovery Journal’ not only guides you to your first milestone but helps you to question your current situation and aim for a better life through sobriety.
Including over 30 days of dedicated journaling space with motivational quotes, considered daily and weekly reflection, you too can benefit from this carefully designed tool and reach your first milestone on the journey to continued sobriety
I appreciate that downloading pdf’s may not be ‘your thing’ and you might prefer a ‘real book’ to carry around or keep close. That’s why I have also made this great journal available in this form too! Follow the link to purchase it from Amazon for only £8.95.
Why you need this all-in-one guide to early sobriety & reaching milestones
The Early Discover Journal is designed around a 30-day milestone, it can easily be replicated for more or even less depending on how you feel. This is extremely important, and planning is at the forefront with the 6 P’s. Any huge change in life is accompanied by anxieties and there is an emphasis on understanding and tracking anxiety early on in this journal. It is also important to take stock of where you feel you are in your life now, and where you want to be as the new sober you.
The exercises and planning can even take place before you quit for good because after all, if you’re like me, you will be thinking about it long before you actually quit. This guide will help you with that!
I cannot emphasis enough the importance of being prepared and so within this journal there are quotes & top sobriety tips to consider, and helpful advice to overcome cravings and understand your triggers. By going through the journal and picking out the different tasks to suit you, and even by getting hold of a copy of this guide in the first place, you are well on the way to planning the celebration once you reach that first 30 day milestone.
I wish you the very best of luck, keep the journal handy, believe in the benefit and you will succeed.
All the best… Darren x
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