The Secret to Drinking Less (without feeling like you're missing out)

Started Monday, April 8

Are you ready to feel more in control of your drinking?

This live challenge will help you say no to cravings without all the drama.

This challenge is for you if…

An open bottle of wine used to keep in the fridge for a couple of days… now, you’re lucky if there’s anything left for tomorrow.

You have no idea how some people drink so slowly… it almost feels like a magic trick.

Sometimes, it feels like your social life revolves around drinking.

Your recycle bin is evidence that your drinking has crept up.

Lately, you’ve noticed you’re first to suggest having a drink or having another.

Sometimes, you take the long way home, so you have an excuse to stop by your favorite wine shop.

Pouring a drink used to be an occasional treat. Now, it’s more like a daily ritual.

We’re taught to believe that saying no to a drink is simply a matter of willpower.

But willpower isn’t the holy grail. 

And it doesn’t work equally well in every situation.  Especially if:

you’ve had a stressful day

• your needs always come last

• everyone else is drinking

• you hate disappointing people

• things seem less special without a drink

Willpower can wear you down and leave you resentful.

Making you more likely to give in.

Take A Break from Drinking with Rachel Hart | What to Do When You Want to Escape

We’re taught to believe that saying no to a drink is simply a matter of willpower.

But willpower isn’t the holy grail. 

And it doesn’t work equally well in every situation.  Especially if:

you’ve had a stressful day

your needs always come last

everyone else is drinking

you hate disappointing people

things seem less special without a drink

 

Willpower can wear you down and leave you resentful.

Making you more likely to give in.

Despite having plenty of good reasons to cut back, saying no can be tricky.

Struggling with temptation is part of the human condition. We struggle: 

not to overeat

to put our phones down

with procrastination

not to lose our temper with our kids

“You should know better.”

Despite having plenty of good reasons to cut back, saying no can be tricky.

Struggling with temptation is part of the human condition. We struggle: 

not to overeat

to put our phones down

with procrastination

not to lose our temper with our kids

“You should know better.”

Relying only on willpower is like preparing for emergencies with only a flashlight. 

Flashlights are great but they can’t charge a phone or fix a scraped knee. The same is true for drinking less. You need different tools for different scenarios.

Here’s what your toolkit is missing:

Alcohol 101 (i.e., everything you didn’t learn in school)

Tools to help you manage the 5 most common triggers for overdrinking. 

Tools to help manage your cravings

Tools for when you mess up so you can quickly get back on track

Tools to help you drink less when you’re with others

Tools to help you drink less when you’re stressed out

Tools to help you get off autopilot and drink more mindfully

When you have the right tools, it’s so much easier to feel in control.

The best part? It’s possible to learn the basics in under a week.

Join the challenge and discover what you’ve been missing. 

Here’s what you’ll get when you join:

Five live 60-minute workshops

Simple tools you can start using right away

Ability to ask questions anonymously and get coached

Access to the replays

The Drink Less in 5 Days Challenge is only $27! 

Plus, there’s no hidden agenda trying to convince you that alcohol is “bad.”

NO scare tactics

NO demonizing alcohol

NO labels

NO insisting you need new hobbies or friends

NO prioritizing health over pleasure

NO scare tactics

NO demonizing alcohol

NO labels

NO insisting you need new hobbies or friends

NO prioritizing health over pleasure

I feel like for the first time I can start to take control of my rocky relationship with alcohol.
I feel relieved that someone gets it. Thank you for this.

Janelle
Rachel Hart on laptop screen

FAQ

What if I can’t attend at those times?

Don’t worry. You’ll get a replay shortly after each day’s class is over.

Can I participate anonymously?

Yes, when you log into Zoom you will only see Rachel’s screen. Your name will not be displayed for other participants to see, unless you write in a question that is answered publicly in the Q&A box. You can ask questions anonymously by checking the appropriate box.

How long will each class be?

About an hour.

Do I have access to the challenge as part of the Take a Break Membership?

Yes! There’s no need to sign up. We’ll send you details on how to participate in your inbox. Email us at tab@rachelhart.com if you have any issues.

How can I ask you more questions?

Email support@rachelhart.com and we’ll take care of you.

I would recommend classes by Rachel to others because…

Rachel teaches very real tangible thoughts and suggestions that can help right away.

I would absolutely tell you to learn from Rachel!

Her approach is new and different, based more on clinical facts than faith in a higher power. Her method seems more practical and realistic and relevant.

Rachel gave me a concrete method instead of just nebulously saying to “drink mindfully.”

Everyone says that but nobody says HOW. This gave me a tool for it.

From the creator of the Take a Break podcast and the “Why Can’t I Drink Like Everyone Else” book.

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