As we progress through the year an article in The Conversation reflects on the ‘Dry January’ campaign. For the full article click here.
At the opposite end of ‘Dry January’ is ‘Try January’, where drinkers are encouraged to try new and different foods and drinks, not necessarily more drinks. Our food and drinking habits are framed by our culture as well as our immediate social group. Stopping and reflecting on what we do and why is a good thing instead of maintaining the same old habits.
Why do you drink what you drink? Why do you drink how much you drink?