By now, you’re probably familiar with Dry January, the yearly tradition that prompts participants to give up alcohol for the duration of the month. The practice seems to resonate for a variety of reasons—whether it’s to recalibrate after a season of holiday drinking or to save money—making it a popular short-term resolution.
But what if complete abstinence isn’t your goal? If you’d like to cut back without going entirely dry, you might be better suited for what has become known as “Damp January.” Rather than forgoing alcohol completely, the premise of this temporary practice is to drink mindfully and in moderation throughout the month.
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