Shrink Your Drink
A great way to reduce your alcohol content is by shrinking the size of your drinks. It’s easy to overpour your measures and this can add up.
For example: instead of having a full pint opt for a half pint. Or swap a normal glass of wine for a small glass or instead of doubles order singles. By being mindful of how much you’re pouring, you can still enjoy your favourite tipple, without the aftereffects the next day.
Another way to shrink your drink is by alternating your alcoholic drinks with a soft drink. Non-alcoholic drinks don’t have to be boring: you could opt for a mocktail or an alcohol-free cider or beer. That way you still get the taste without the alcohol.
By choosing to shrink your drink you will be saving money and calories – and you will wake up feeling fresher the next day.
Swap it out
Alcohol Free Options
With the cost of living seemingly always going up and up, and impacting us all, one way we can save money is by reducing the amount of alcohol we drink. Research has shown that the average household in Yorkshire spends over £500 per year on alcohol, but like 20% of people if you’re having just two alcoholic drinks per night this would cost nearly £3000! Think of all the other things that you could do with all that money!