Everyone, no matter where you’re at in life, can have the life-giving answers that will make sobriety and recovery stick

At 34, after five years of sobriety, I still felt miserable in many ways and began wondering, is this as good as it gets? This feeling was made worse by serious illness, a relapse, then followed by the incomprehensible pain of spinal surgery. Having to start my sobriety again and feeling like I had lost so much progress, I felt hopeless.

Luckily, I had so many extraordinary people around me that I didn’t give up. I was shown ways to persevere and learned skills and new activities that would come to bring me joy. I wrote down every new trick I learned so I would retain the information. Now, I want to share with you every lesson I learned, some so expensive your head would spin, some free. But, all of them came together to help me create a life I actually wanted to live. And not just live or survive, but thrive.

I know some of you might be thinking, “Easy for her; she had a team around her!” But that’s precisely why I wrote this book of tips. So that everyone, no matter where you’re at in life, can have the life-giving answers that will make sobriety and recovery stick.

This book of tips is 20 years of my recovery. From my first rehab at 21 to my professional coach at 40, this is the best from the best. I tried to join the crucial elements of self-care and personal growth in a simple workbook that will change your life as it changed mine.