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Priscilla Du Preez

Options for sober and sober-curious Chicagoans beyond Dry January

Sometimes it’s challenging living a sober lifestyle, especially when there aren’t many third spaces that don’t revolve around alcohol.

Priscilla Du Preez

   

Dry January is coming to a close, but that doesn’t mean you have to stop living a sober lifestyle if you don’t want to!

Reset discusses the growing community of sober people in the Chicago area and learns about efforts to bring more events and spaces for people who don’t drink.

GUESTS: Eli Majid, founder of Eli Tea Bar

Carrie May, a nurse practitioner and founder of Chicago AF

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