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Ways to Avoid Drinking Alcohol in January and Beyond

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Looking to kick off 2023 with a fresh slate? Try to go dry in January.

Dry January is a month-long challenge to abstain from drinking alcohol after a season of indulgence. It’s a way to kick the heavy drinking habit, save some money, lose some weight, and try something new. Participating in Dry January can also encourage long-term healthy habits in your lifestyle, according to The Washington Post, such as improving your sleep, mood and energy. Participating during the month also helps build new habits, including reducing the amount of alcohol consumption and having more control over your cravings.

Although many restaurants and bars in Charleston offer deliciously tempting cocktails, there are plenty of alternatives for staying sober (or sober) in January, and maybe beyond.

The King Street Sèchey boutique offers non-alcoholic alternatives for drinks at home, so you always feel like you’re sipping a delicious cocktail or wine without the effects of alcohol.

Sèchey was first launched last year as an alternative non-spirit retail store before finding a permanent home at 540 King Street in December.

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