How to be happier, healthier and more productive by quitting booze for a month - from the experts behind One Year No Beer.
Andy Ramage is a former professional athlete turned oil broker who co-founded Aalpha Energy, part of OTC Global Holdings, the largest independent commodities brokerage in the world. He is also a master practitioner of NLP, a mindfulness based awareness coach and is currently studying for a Master's degree in both positive psychology and coaching psychology. Ruari Fairbairns grew up on the Isle of Mull in Scotland, where he set up his first business selling and servicing PCs on the Island at sixteen. He followed a career in sales and at the age of twenty-five he found himself in London as a commodities broker. He quickly established himself as a success and ten years on he set up and manages one of the leading Jet Fuel desks.
Will give you all motivation, help and advice you need -- Woman's Own Full of practical tips to help Dry January go down as smoothly as possible. The challenge doesn't seek to guilt the reader into giving up drinking. Instead, it shows the positives of an alcohol-free night out and a hangover-free morning. -- iNews Whether you're looking to give it up for good or are just interested in cutting back, this book can help thanks to its tips on dealing with the personal, professional and social hurdles that commonly get in the way. . . it provides a useful handbook for recalibrating your relationship with alcohol. -- Get the Gloss If you're planning a dry January, this book will see you through. -- Sunday Express An illustrated, day-by-day guide packed with inspiration and practical help. -- Daily Telegraph City boys Andy Ramage and Ruari Fairbairns quit the booze for 365 days-and the effects on their weight, skin, sleep, cholesterol, digestion and motivation were profound. Here, they guide you through that tricky first month -- Sunday Times