Creating a custom sober path that works for you


What you'll learn

When Jenna first tried to cut back drinking, it didn’t work. She just couldn’t relate to any of the rigid programs she tried. Until one day, Jenna had a wake-up call that led her to discover the secret of sober success: a custom path. Here, Jenna shares her tips for creating one that works for you.

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Jenna D

Jenna D has the kind of whip-smart, real-talking humour that can only come from being a mother of two teenagers, and a hardworking hospital nurse. Jenna started as a social drinker in her early adulthood, but her drinking started to change when her children were very young. As someone who once cringed at the cheesy, sober-positive messages she saw online, Jenna is now discovering the benefits of a sober life for herself—and sharing her experience (sans cheese) with her thousands of fans.


  • 01 Acceptance and ego-squashing Jenna believes that self-reflection is the critical first step in changing your relationship with alcohol. Here, she'll guide you through how to assess your relationship and reset your narrative.
  • 02 Finding what fits Everyone's relationship with alcohol is personal and nuanced—that's why there's no one-size-fits-all approach. Jenna shares her advice on how to go about finding a path that works for you.
  • 03 Creating your own custom path Paving your own path is all about getting the motivation you need, when you need it. Thankfully there's a world of inspiration out there for you to curate into exactly what you need.

It’s proven

Powered by people and grounded by science. We know what works—because we did it ourselves.

It’s personal

Everyone’s relationship with alcohol is personal. That’s why we have loads of Courses to help you find the path that’s right for you.

It’s flexible

No labels. No judgement. No pressure. Progress to your personal goals at your own pace, in your own space.

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