A Thousand Wasted Sundays with Victoria Vanstone
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Cass chats with Victoria Vanstone, host of the Sober Awkward Podcast and creator of the Drunk Mummy Sober Mummy blog and website, about her decision to leave behind her partying days in order to be a happier, less anxious, more present parent by giving up alcohol. Vic admits she didn't like sober people and that she feared no-one would want to be around her anymore if she stopped being the life of every party. Vic has recently published her first book, "A Thousand Wasted Sundays" and shares how she felt she never had a choice but to drink alcohol, but after becoming a parent, she realised her social, binge drinking was taking more from her than it was giving. Vic's message is that you don't have to hit 'rock bottom' to question your relationship with alcohol. Better still, there are plenty of good times still to be had. She realises her habit was fueled by people pleasing and a lack of self-care, and she hopes her message will enable other women to see that they also have a choice when it comes to drinking. Connect with Victoria: Buy A Thousand Wasted Sundays Drunk Mummy, Sober Mummy Connect with Cass: www.cassdunn.com www.instagram.com/cassdunn_xo OR instagram.com/crappytohappypod www.tiktok.com/@cassdunn__ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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