What I Learned About My Relationship With Alcohol When I Stopped Drinking

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It’s why I wasn’t saving much money

Alcohol contributed to a large part of my credit card bills. First, there’s the money on the actual alcohol. With cocktails at many restaurants costing as much as the food, simply having two drinks at dinner would triple my bill. Then there was the cost of the Ubers since I wasn’t driving. Then there is the fact that I would agree to do other expensive things while already drunk.

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