Three years sober. Six years ago if you told me that I’d be writing those three words together, I never would have believed you. I’m 32 now and I’m confident that if I never chose to get sober, I wouldn’t live past my 35th birthday. Sobriety saved my life. Sobriety gave my purpose and a new found love for living.…View Post
Although it appears that I am always on a holiday (and I kind of am), I always seem to return to Croatia and need a week to recover from my time away. Yes, first world problems. My husband and I wanted our next getaway from Croatia to be more on theme with relaxing and less on theme with being typical…View Post
“Sell me an outfit from this rack…“ I struggled and then I paused. My eyes swelled up with tears, tears that I held back. “You know, if this was in english, you would have hired me five minutes ago,” I said. Most people don’t know this but I had a really hard time settling into Zagreb when I first moved…View Post
I get asked a many questions about addiction: How do you know you’re an alcoholic, how to quit alcohol, what is AA? Is AA mandatory for success in recovery? What are the obstacles an addict faces when getting sober and also, how to help someone struggling with an addiction? Keep in mind that this guide and way worked for me, it may not work for you or the person you’re trying to help. Each case is individual and there is no right or wrong way to getting sober or staying sober, you must literally take it each day as it comes.
The views of the Adriatic sea on the Pelješac Peninsula will take your breath away, there’s no doubt about it. The scenic landscapes, an idyllic getaway. It was my first time to this part of the south dalmatian region of Croatia and it most definately won’t be the last. Part of my job working with Dreamtime Events Croatia, specialising in…View Post