By Lucia Vinuales
Original Source: oprahdaily.com
January is often considered a time for New Year’s resolutions and asking tough questions about your intention for the year to come. And for an increasing number of people, the first month of the year is also an occasion to step back from alcohol consumption. Dry January challenges participants to abstain from drinking alcohol for all 31 days of January.
The challenge first began in 2013 as a public health campaign hosted by the U.K. nonprofit Alcohol for Change. Since that first iteration with 4,000 participants, Dry January has grown to be a part of...click here to continue reading