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#13 Talking wellbeing and alcohol with Club Soda founder Laura Willoughby

April 08, 2021 Laura Willoughby Season 2 Episode 13
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#13 Talking wellbeing and alcohol with Club Soda founder Laura Willoughby
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#13 Talking wellbeing and alcohol with Club Soda founder Laura Willoughby
Apr 08, 2021 Season 2 Episode 13
Laura Willoughby

Laura Willoughby is co-founder and director of partnerships at Club Soda, an organisation that helps helps people be more mindful about drinking. Whether you want to cut down, take a break from alcohol or stop drinking completely the Club Soda community can help – along with resources and courses, it's a one-stop shop for healthy drinking.

We'll be sharing this pod on April 12 2021. We're just coming out  of lockdown and pubs are opening again – but before we rush back to the already booked-out bars, is it time to re-look at our relationship with alcohol?

In February an ONS survey showed that deaths from alcohol increased by 16% in the first nine months of 2020, compared to 2019. The University of East Anglia recently found that bad habits, including drinking got worse in lockdown in the UK. At the same time there is evidence that more people have ditched the drink, or at least had a look at the demon.

Laura Willoughby gave up drinking eight years ago, because she was in her words, a "dickhead with booze". She felt there was something missing to help people on a self-guided journey to change their drinking habits.

Find out more about Club Soda at https://joinclubsoda.com and find them on social media at
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Linkedin.







Show Notes

Laura Willoughby is co-founder and director of partnerships at Club Soda, an organisation that helps helps people be more mindful about drinking. Whether you want to cut down, take a break from alcohol or stop drinking completely the Club Soda community can help – along with resources and courses, it's a one-stop shop for healthy drinking.

We'll be sharing this pod on April 12 2021. We're just coming out  of lockdown and pubs are opening again – but before we rush back to the already booked-out bars, is it time to re-look at our relationship with alcohol?

In February an ONS survey showed that deaths from alcohol increased by 16% in the first nine months of 2020, compared to 2019. The University of East Anglia recently found that bad habits, including drinking got worse in lockdown in the UK. At the same time there is evidence that more people have ditched the drink, or at least had a look at the demon.

Laura Willoughby gave up drinking eight years ago, because she was in her words, a "dickhead with booze". She felt there was something missing to help people on a self-guided journey to change their drinking habits.

Find out more about Club Soda at https://joinclubsoda.com and find them on social media at
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Linkedin.