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Are you sick of feeling controlled by alcohol?Do you want to drink less?Do you wake up after a night of drinking feeling anxious and full of regret?I've been there and want to help you. In this podcast I will be talking with ex-binge drinkers, alcoholics in recovery, drug and and alcohol counsellors and people that have good stuff to say about quitting the drink.
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Lyndal and I caught up for a little mid week mini pod catch up to see how she is going on her journey.  Lyndal has been a guest on this podcast a few times before and a huge inspiration as she has shared her journey of sobriety,  her relapse and her new found vigour for her journey.  We talk about how to keep your fire stoked,  how acts of service can pull you out of a funk and switch the focus off yourself and your own challenges and how doing the work is so much more rewarding if we see it as a gift.  As always Lyndal is honest, raw and vulnerable.  To sign up for the July 2021 3 month sober challenge head to https://www.iquitalcohol.com.au/blogs/eventsThis podcast was proudly brought to you by Monday Distillery,  purveyors of beautiful,  sugar free,  non-alcoholic beverages.   To find out more about them or to order some of their beautiful offerings head to https://mondaydistillery.com or  https://osunsparkling.com/Music for Monday Distillery ads by Ash GrunwaldMusic for Podcast intro and outro written by Danni Carr performed by Mr CassidyFor more info on the July 21,  challenge head to our website and jump on the mailing list. or for more resources go to www.iquitalcohol.com.auIf you are struggling with physical dependancy on alcohol consider contacting a local AA meeting or a drug and alcohol therapist.   Always consult a GP before stopping alcohol. 
In this episode I chat with Jimmy .  Jimmy has chosen to stay semi anonymous on this episode as he shares his harrowing journey from binge drinking to become completely addicted and controlled by alcohol to the point where daily drinking saw him almost lose it all,  his family, his business and almost his life.   Jimmy opens up and shares with us about his battle in the hope that his story may help someone else change their story.   While Jimmy won't be sharing his private details on here,  he has offered to help any men that are struggling.  If you would like to reach out to Jimmy please email me on howiquitalcohol@gmail.comJimmy used rehab and the 12 step programme to break his addiction and now 3 years in to his sobriety he is still taking it day by day.  To sign up for the July 2021 3 month sober challenge head to https://www.iquitalcohol.com.au/blogs/eventsThis podcast was proudly brought to you by Monday Distillery,  purveyors of beautiful,  sugar free,  non-alcoholic beverages.   To find out more about them or to order some of their beautiful offerings head to https://mondaydistillery.com or  https://osunsparkling.com/Music for Monday Distillery ads by Ash GrunwaldMusic for Podcast intro and outro written by Danni Carr performed by Mr CassidyFor more info on the July 21,  challenge head to our website and jump on the mailing list. or for more resources go to www.iquitalcohol.com.auIf you are struggling with physical dependancy on alcohol consider contacting a local AA meeting or a drug and alcohol therapist.   Always consult a GP before stopping alcohol. 
In this episode I catch up with Melbourne comedian Bianka Ismailvoski.  Bianka has been sober for 2 years and is still relishing in all the positives that shown up in her sobriety.  The biggest one for her was realising how much real and authentic fun was to be had without booze,  the level of depths in connection with people  and even a much better sex life. .  We also talk about her own podcast We Can Do Better in which she also delves deep in to alcohol and its effects and living without it.  A link to the podcasts can be found here. https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/alcohol-origins/id1322824072?i=1000464113062To reach out to Bianka check out her insta @biankaismailvoskior her website for events or shows coming up https://annieandbianka.com.au/To sign up for the July 2021 3 month sober challenge head to https://www.iquitalcohol.com.au/blogs/eventsThis podcast was proudly brought to you by Monday Distillery,  purveyors of beautiful,  sugar free,  non-alcoholic beverages.   To find out more about them or to order some of their beautiful offerings head to https://mondaydistillery.com or  https://osunsparkling.com/Music for Monday Distillery ads by Ash GrunwaldMusic for Podcast intro and outro written by Danni Carr performed by Mr CassidyFor more info on the July 21,  challenge head to our website and jump on the mailing list. or for more resources go to www.iquitalcohol.com.auIf you are struggling with physical dependancy on alcohol consider contacting a local AA meeting or a drug and alcohol therapist.   Always consult a GP before stopping alcohol. 
In this episode I chat with Tara McCarthy a participant in the HIQA  Jan 2021 3 month sober challenge.  Tara and I talk about the benefits she has found in her life in her sobriety.  How mindset is everything,  shifting from a place of FOMO to realising you are giving yourself a gift.  To sign up for the July 2021 3 month sober challenge head to https://www.iquitalcohol.com.au/blogs/eventsThis podcast was proudly brought to you by Monday Distillery,  purveyors of beautiful,  sugar free,  non-alcoholic beverages.   To find out more about them or to order some of their beautiful offerings head to https://mondaydistillery.com or  https://osunsparkling.com/Music for Monday Distillery ads by Ash GrunwaldMusic for Podcast intro and outro written by Danni Carr performed by Mr CassidyFor more info on the July 21,  challenge head to our website and jump on the mailing list. or for more resources go to www.iquitalcohol.com.auIf you are struggling with physical dependancy on alcohol consider contacting a local AA meeting or a drug and alcohol therapist.   Always consult a GP before stopping alcohol. 
I was stoked to chat with Stu Henshall a co-owner of Australia's first Non-acoholic cocktail bar,  Brunswick Aces.   We recorded our chat and I have put it up as a little mini mid week poddy.  ⁠We chat about Stu's own relationship with alcohol. Why an AF bar. The possibility of a sober music venue and the whole sober movement that is gaining more and more traction in Australia which is really exciting for us Sober Susan's.  ⁠To check them out go to www.brunswickaces.comThis podcast was proudly brought to you by Monday Distillery,  purveyors of beautiful,  sugar free,  non-alcoholic beverages.   To find out more about them or to order some of their beautiful offerings head to https://mondaydistillery.com or  https://osunsparkling.com/Music for Monday Distillery ads by Ash GrunwaldMusic for Podcast intro and outro written by Danni Carr performed by Mr CassidyFor more info on the July 21,  challenge head to our website and jump on the mailing list. or for more resources go to www.iquitalcohol.com.auIf you are struggling with physical dependancy on alcohol consider contacting a local AA meeting or a drug and alcohol therapist.   Always consult a GP before stopping alcohol. Episode is LivePublished: May. 09, 2021 @ 3AM EditUnpublishAdd a TranscriptGet episode better indexed by search engines.Add Chapter MarkersListeners can tap through & see what’s coming up.Create a Visual SoundbiteBest way to share to social media for engagement.Share Episode OnFacebookTwitterLinkedInMore OptionsEmail Link to Episode CopyDirect Link to MP3 Copy Download MP3Embed this ONE EpisodeView Episode Stats
In this episode I chat with Paul Eliseo,  trainer and master practitioner of NLP and Hypnosis,  Lifestyle Coach and total mind master.   As a teen Paul suffered from Chronic Anxiety and IBS  a result of stress, too much pot and binge drinking and he was on the edge of a complete nervous breakdown.   Afraid and feeling like his mind was unravelling he educated himself on what was going on in his mind and started to research the mind body connection and used some NLP and Self Hypnosis techniques to pull himself out his spiral.  He fell in love with self improvement and is now on a  mission  to empower others and teach them tools to help themselves. We talk about him going on to becoming a personal trainer and using those same techniques to help his clients which saw him being crowned PT of the year for South Australia.   He runs his own business with his fiance and recent podcast guest, Juliet Lever teaching others how to transform themselves and others through their companies Evolve Mind and Body Coaching and Relaunch.   To check out Paul's courses or learn more about what he does go tohttp://ready2evolve.com.auThis podcast was proudly brought to you by Monday Distillery,  purveyors of beautiful,  sugar free,  non-alcoholic beverages.   To find out more about them or to order some of their beautiful offerings head to https://mondaydistillery.com or  https://osunsparkling.com/Music for Monday Distillery ads by Ash GrunwaldMusic for Podcast intro and outro written by Danni Carr performed by Mr CassidyFor more info on the July 21,  challenge head to our website and jump on the mailing list. or for more resources go to www.iquitalcohol.com.auIf you are struggling with physical dependancy on alcohol consider contacting a local AA meeting or a drug and alcohol therapist.   Always consult a GP before stopping alcohol. 
In this episode I chat with  Jeannie O'Carroll,  my friend and psychotherapist who specialises in trauma and couples therapy.   Jeannie is no stranger to childhood trauma, growing up in South Africa abandoned by her father,  dealing with an alcoholic mother and doing time in a children's home left her with her own emotional wounds to heal.   It's no wonder she is so good at what she does.  In this episode we talk about Pete Walker and the methodology from his book Complex PTSD from Surviving To Thriving,  Gabor Mate and how most addiction stems from childhood trauma rather than genetics.We talk about healing emotional wounds and holding yourself with compassion.  People pleasing.  Restoring the orders of love.   Why alcohol and other addictions are a symptom of underlying unresolved issues.   Techniques for grounding yourself and so much more. To reach out to Jeannie you can email her jeanniecaina@gmail.comThis podcast was proudly brought to you by Monday Distillery,  purveyors of beautiful,  sugar free,  non-alcoholic beverages.   To find out more about them or to order some of their beautiful offerings head to https://mondaydistillery.com or  https://osunsparkling.com/Music for Monday Distillery ads by Ash GrunwaldMusic for Podcast intro and outro written by Danni Carr performed by Mr CassidyFor more info on the July 21,  challenge head to our website and jump on the mailing list. or for more resources go to www.iquitalcohol.com.auIf you are struggling with physical dependancy on alcohol consider contacting a local AA meeting or a drug and alcohol therapist.   Always consult a GP before stopping alcohol. 
In this episode I catch up with Juliet Lever.  Juliette is an author, coach  specialising in self development and training NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming).  Juliet is a self confessed alcoholic, workaholic and chocoholic who made the decision to change her life in her late 20's.  In this podcast we talk about how making that one decision can shape your destiny.   How to cultivate change.  How she dealt with resistance from friends and having faith that your tribe will come.  Juliet and her  partner Paul have a thriving business teaching others how to gain the skills and knowledge that can reframe your subconscious mind and change your own life and the lives of others.  See below for details of courses that Juliet and Paul have coming up to receive $100 off just mention How I Quit Alcohol.  UPCOMING COURSE DATES:NLP: Online 22-28 August, Adelaide 1-7 NovemberHYPNOSIS: Sunny Coast 7-13 June, Adelaide 10-16 May, Perth 4-10 July (there may be an online one later in the year) For more information on courses or what Juliet is up to go to  www.evolveandrelaunch.com.au Reach out to  juliet@relaunchmylife.com.au Juliette's book is available on Audible, Kindle and paperback from www.relaunchmylife.com.au/relaunch-my-life This podcast was proudly brought to you by Monday Distillery,  purveyors of beautiful,  sugar free,  non-alcoholic beverages.   To find out more about them or to order some of their beautiful offerings head to https://mondaydistillery.com or  https://osunsparkling.com/Music for Monday Distillery ads by Ash GrunwaldMusic for Podcast intro and outro written by Danni Carr performed by Mr CassidyFor more info on the July 21,  challenge head to our website and jump on the mailing list. or for more resources go to www.iquitalcohol.com.auIf you are struggling with physical dependancy on alcohol consider contacting a local AA meeting or a drug and alcohol therapist.   Always consult a GP before stopping alcohol. 
In this episode I chat with Amy Armstrong  from Port Fairy,  Victoria who at 10 months sober at the time of recording is on a mission to have more alcohol free options in the restaurants and bars around Australia and she is succeeding,  one town at a time.   Amy had struggled with binge drinking for years stuck in the cycle of drinking, black out,  shame, repeat she had enough and through the suggestion of a friend she joined Annie Grace's,  The Naked Mind one month sobriety course and has been alcohol free since.   Focusing on self love she was able to change her mindset and start to make better choices for herself.   While they are not for everyone , Amy  prefers alcohol free (AF) wines, beers and bubbles to get through social events and finds they make her feel as though she is not "missing out",  she still has a great time minus the crippling hangovers or black outs.   Amy has joined forces with the @sober_sommelier Sarah Connelly get more AF options in our hospitality venues to sign the petition  please go to https://www.change.org/p/hospitality-venues-in-australia-alcohol-free-in-hospitality-australia or go to Amy's insta account for the link in her bio @dry_but_wet or to reach out to Amy go to her website https://www.drybutwet.com.au/This podcast was proudly brought to you by Monday Distillery,  purveyors of beautiful,  sugar free,  non-alcoholic beverages.   To find out more about them or to order some of their beautiful offerings head to https://mondaydistillery.com or  https://osunsparkling.com/Music for Monday Distillery ads by Ash GrunwaldMusic for Podcast intro and outro written by Danni Carr performed by Mr CassidyFor more info on the July 21,  challenge head to our website and jump on the mailing list. or for more resources go to www.iquitalcohol.com.auIf you are struggling with physical dependancy on alcohol consider contacting a local AA meeting or a drug and alcohol therapist.   Always consult a GP before stopping alcohol. 
In this episode I chat with one of the members of my 3 month sober challenge,  Kate Morrison.  Kate signed up for the challenge in the midst of some big personal challenges and changes and as a group we watched her grow from strength to strength.   In the podcast we chat about her reluctancy to do "the work" initially but how at day 50 she started to put some journalling and meditation in to practice and the real shift happened.  Kate is now fully into her meditation,  mindfulness and gratitude practice and at day 98 of her sobriety is all set to tackle 12 months AF.  To sign up for the July 2021 3 month sober challenge head to https://www.iquitalcohol.com.au/blogs/eventsThis podcast was proudly brought to you by Monday Distillery,  purveyors of beautiful,  sugar free,  non-alcoholic beverages.   To find out more about them or to order some of their beautiful offerings head to https://mondaydistillery.com or  https://osunsparkling.com/Music for Monday Distillery ads by Ash GrunwaldMusic for Podcast intro and outro written by Danni Carr performed by Mr CassidyFor more info on the July 21,  challenge head to our website and jump on the mailing list. or for more resources go to www.iquitalcohol.com.auIf you are struggling with physical dependancy on alcohol consider contacting a local AA meeting or a drug and alcohol therapist.   Always consult a GP before stopping alcohol. 
In this episode I chat with the founder of sober social group Untoxicated,  Faye Lawrence. Faye faced her own decades long battle with alcohol ending up in a detox unit to wean off the booze,  Faye went on to turn her life around through the support of online groups and the a lot of self healing.  Realising the difference the support of like minded can make Faye set about connecting other sober people or people who just want to experience some social events without alcohol,  her groups now run all over Australia and are helping so many people to "find their tribe".    We chat about her detox experience,  working out your shit and facing trauma head on,  realising we can do hard things,  reframing your relationship with alcohol,  healing from childhood trauma,  reparenting and how sobriety gives you so much more than drinking ever did.  You can reach out to Faye on instagram @untoxicated_aus or to register or find out more about Untoxicated go to https://untoxicated.com.au/homeThe books we mention in this podcast are In The Realm Of Hungry Ghosts - Gabor MateComplex PTSD From Surviving To Thriving - Pete WalkerThis podcast was proudly brought to you by Monday Distillery,  purveyors of beautiful,  sugar free,  non-alcoholic beverages.   To find out more about them or to order some of their beautiful offerings head to https://mondaydistillery.com or  https://osunsparkling.com/Music for Monday Distillery ads by Ash GrunwaldMusic for Podcast intro and outro written by Danni Carr performed by Mr CassidyFor more info on the July 21,  challenge head to our website and jump on the mailing list. or for more resources go to www.iquitalcohol.com.auIf you are struggling with physical dependancy on alcohol consider contacting a local AA meeting or a drug and alcohol therapist.   Always consult a GP before stopping alcohol. 
In this episode I talk with the wonderful Tish Banks who has gone through  deep healing and recreation of herself.   Having grown up with much trauma related directly to alcohol,  Tish was able to overcome her childhood pain and step into her own womanhood and strength free from the generational grip of alcohol.  From easily being able to polish off 3 bottles of wine in a night to being completely free from alcohol Tish exudes positivity and is a true testament to how you can heal and turn your life around. This podcast was proudly brought to you by Monday Distillery,  purveyors of beautiful,  sugar free,  non-alcoholic beverages.   To find out more about them or to order some of their beautiful offerings head to https://mondaydistillery.com or  https://osunsparkling.com/Music for Monday Distillery ads by Ash GrunwaldMusic for Podcast intro and outro written by Danni Carr performed by Mr CassidyFor more info on the July 21,  challenge head to our website and jump on the mailing list. or for more resources go to www.iquitalcohol.com.auIf you are struggling with physical dependancy on alcohol consider contacting a local AA meeting or a drug and alcohol therapist.   Always consult a GP before stopping alcohol. 
In this episode I chat with owner of DV Nutrition and wellness coach,  Chantelle Vallay.  Fed up with her binge drinking lifestyle and wanting to pursue a wellness journey  Channy lived with her foot in both worlds for some time.  After a rock bottom moment proceeding a family wedding Channy decided she was done.   Her life took a major turn from nurse to wellness coach and opening her own business to help inspire people to make healthy choices.   It wasn't all easy though.  Channy was ostracised by her best friends and was "dumped" by those closest to her because of her choices.   Hurt and confused,  she forged ahead,  knowing that she had to do what was right for her.  Channy went on to open an incredible smoothie bar in Melbourne DV Nutrtion,  to inspire people to join the wellness crusade also.  For info on DV nutrition go to @dv.nutrion_Address  is 1/8 Simms Rd,  Greensborough, 3088This podcast was proudly brought to you by Monday Distillery,  purveyors of beautiful,  sugar free,  non-alcoholic beverages.   To find out more about them or to order some of their beautiful offerings head to https://mondaydistillery.com or  https://osunsparkling.com/Music for Monday Distillery ads by Ash GrunwaldMusic for Podcast intro and outro written by Danni Carr performed by Mr CassidyFor more info on the July 21,  challenge head to our website and jump on the mailing list. or for more resources go to www.iquitalcohol.com.auIf you are struggling with physical dependancy on alcohol consider contacting a local AA meeting or a drug and alcohol therapist.   Always consult a GP before stopping alcohol. 
Stoked to have Ben Schiller back in the studio to talk about the psychology behind alcohol dependency.   Ben and I discuss whether or not all alcohol abuse in binge drinkers and daily drinkers is the result of underlying phycological issues or trauma.   We cover attachment theory and how that results in the need to escape with alcohol.  What happens in the brain when we drink and how change is possible.  To reach out to Ben you can contact him via www.benschillerpsychology.com.auThis podcast was proudly brought to you by Monday Distillery,  purveyors of beautiful,  sugar free,  non-alcoholic beverages.   To find out more about them or to order some of their beautiful offerings head to https://mondaydistillery.com or  https://osunsparkling.com/Music for Monday Distillery ads by Ash GrunwaldMusic for Podcast intro and outro written by Danni Carr performed by Mr CassidyFor more info on the July 21,  challenge head to our website and jump on the mailing list. or for more resources go to www.iquitalcohol.com.auIf you are struggling with physical dependancy on alcohol consider contacting a local AA meeting or a drug and alcohol therapist.   Always consult a GP before stopping alcohol.  
In this episode I chat with  Melbourne  father of two, Greg Jennings @boozefreedad who at the time of recording is 14 months in to his sobriety.  Vulnerable,  emotional and honest,  Greg opens up about how alcohol was effecting his relationship and his children who were the catalyst for him deciding to give 12 months AF a go.   Greg shares the tools he used before he had even started the journey and the strategies he had under his belt that not only got him through but also transformed him from the inside out.  A great listen especially for Dad's out there who might be questioning their relationship with alcohol. In this episode Greg refers to the book The Resilience Project by Hugh van Cuylenburg and living by the GEM principles.   For more on that go to https://theresilienceproject.com.auYou can reach out to Greg via insta on @boozefreedadThis podcast was proudly brought to you by Monday Distillery,  purveyors of beautiful,  sugar free,  non-alcoholic beverages.   To find out more about them or to order some of their beautiful offerings head to https://mondaydistillery.com or  https://osunsparkling.com/Music for Monday Distillery ads by Ash GrunwaldMusic for Podcast intro and outro written by Danni Carr performed by Mr CassidyFor more info on the July 21,  challenge head to our website and jump on the mailing list. or for more resources go to www.iquitalcohol.com.auIf you are struggling with physical dependancy on alcohol consider contacting a local AA meeting or a drug and alcohol therapist.   Always consult a GP before stopping alcohol.  
In this episode I chat with Ayurveda  specialist and tantric yoga teacher,  Brad Hay about his very intense journey with drugs and alcohol.   Having always had a very spiritual side Brad battled most of his life with the two sides of himself knowing that there was more to his life than what he was living.  Eventually his path lead him to  rehab and onwards to  delve deep into yoga, meditation and Ayurveda to help him heal old wounds and find his purpose or dharma. Now years later Brad leads Tantra Yoga & Ayurveda workshops, intensives, and retreats around the world and helps many people find their dharma. To find out more about Brad or to check out his amazing courses head towww.bradhay.com or instagram @bradhay_inner_revolutionThis podcast was proudly brought to you by Monday Distillery,  purveyors of beautiful,  sugar free,  non-alcoholic beverages.   To find out more about them or to order some of their beautiful offerings head to https://mondaydistillery.com or  https://osunsparkling.com/Music for Monday Distillery ads by Ash GrunwaldMusic for Podcast intro and outro written by Danni Carr performed by Mr CassidyFor more info on the July 21,  challenge head to our website and jump on the mailing list. For more resources go to www.iquitalcohol.com.au
In this episode I chat with family friend Lisa Locks.  Lisa is a hairdresser, now self published author and advocate of self love in her 7 years of sobriety.  Lisa first dipped her two in the waters of sobriety 14 years ago.   After a few different attempts and many rock bottom moments she one day had had enough.    She used techniques such as tapping (EFT) and other forms of self-care to start her healing journey or self compassion and acceptance. Lisa has also begun to write children's books which empower children and more on that if you contact her via Insta on @lisaslocksThis podcast was proudly brought to you by Monday Distillery,  purveyors of beautiful,  sugar free,  non-alcoholic beverages.   To find out more about them or to order some of their beautiful offerings head to https://mondaydistillery.com or  https://osunsparkling.com/Music for Monday Distillery ads by Ash GrunwaldMusic for Podcast intro and outro written by Danni Carr performed by Mr CassidyFor more info on the July 21,  challenge head to our website and jump on the mailing list. For more resources go to www.iquitalcohol.com.au
In this episode I catch up with Lyndal to talk relapse.  Lyndal is no stranger to the dreaded relapse and the lessons that come with it.  We chat about how to prevent it and what lessons can be derived from slip ups. This podcast was proudly brought to you by Monday Distillery,  purveyors of beautiful,  sugar free,  non-alcoholic beverages.   To find out more about them or to order some of their beautiful offerings head to https://mondaydistillery.com or  https://osunsparkling.com/Music for Monday Distillery ads by Ash GrunwaldMusic for Podcast intro and outro written by Danni Carr performed by Mr CassidyFor more info on the July 21,  challenge head to our website and jump on the mailing list. For more resources go to www.iquitalcohol.com.au
In this episode I chat with my friend Bec Prosser.  Bec is school teacher,  wife, mum of 2 boys,  surfer who is 12 months sober.   Bec has faced some big challenges in her life and lived through some big trauma's.   4 days after making the decision to remove alcohol from her life,  her husband Ash suffered a brain injury.  Bec chose not to hit the bottle but draw on her resources and the love of her family for the strength she needed to pull through.  Bec is now living her best life in sobriety which has enabled her and her family to connect on a deeper level when they needed it most.  The book in mention when talking to Bec is The Untethered Soul, Michael  A  Singer.  The Surrender Experiment, Michael A SingerThis podcast was proudly brought to you by Monday Distillery,  purveyors of beautiful,  sugar free,  non-alcoholic beverages.   To find out more about them or to order some of their beautiful offerings head to https://mondaydistillery.com or  https://osunsparkling.com/Music for Monday Distillery ads by Ash GrunwaldMusic for Podcast intro and outro written by Danni Carr performed by Mr CassidyFor more resources go to www.iquitalcohol.com.au
Have you ever started a challenge or made a New Years resolution and a few weeks in lost your mojo and then abandoned ship?  In this episode Ash and I talk about the 3-4 week mark and starting to dig deep.   Could becoming an observer of your thoughts help you detach enough that you can start to make better choices? Can a gratitude practise make you a happier person and pull you out of a rut? We think yes!  To purchase the How I Quit Alcohol Playbook or to book a coaching call go tohttps://www.iquitalcohol.com.au/shopTo find out more about our upcoming challenges join our newsletter at  www.iquitalcohol.com.auThis podcast was proudly brought to you by Monday Distillery,  purveyors of beautiful,  sugar free,  non-alcoholic beverages.   To find out more about them or to order some of their beautiful offerings head to https://mondaydistillery.com or  https://osunsparkling.com/Music for Monday Distillery ads by Ash GrunwaldMusic for Podcast intro and outro written by Danni Carr performed by Mr Cassidy
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