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The Ultimate Guide to Enjoying Life in Recovery

We have compiled the ultimate guide containing lists of blogs to help you navigate living an enjoyable life in recovery. Recovery can still be fun!

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Navigating life in recovery can be a difficult task, we want to make sure you not only have a successful recovery but an enjoyable life in recovery.

We have compiled lists of blogs to help you navigate parties, holidays, travel, dating, friendships, self-care, living a healthy lifestyle, tips and tricks for when you are having a hard time and more. 

Blogs about navigating parties, holidays, work, work events, and travel

Parties and holidays:

Travel:

Work and work events:

Mocktail recipe blogs—because being in recovery doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy fun drinks!

Blogs about exercise and healthy living

Exercise:

Healthy living:

Blogs about dating, friendships, self-care, what to do when you hit a rough spot, and more

Dating and friendships:

Self-care: 

What to do when you’ve hit a rough spot: 

Other:

Outside resources: 

Courtney Todd is the digital marketing coordinator at Workit Health. She has a  passion for raising awareness in the addiction treatment, recovery, and public health space.

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