Sarah Barber, a Quality Coordinator at Newcastle contact centre, Inspired Outsourcing, got 2020 off to a healthy start by taking part in Dry January, along with her colleagues. 

28-year-old Sarah, from Walker, said: “I have done Dry January a couple of times before and felt better and saved money, so I thought – why not give it go again this year? Last year I found it really easy and felt great. I was at the gym every day, eating better and sleeping better.

“I don’t drink during the week, but I tend to binge drink when I go out at the weekends, so I did want to break that cycle. At the end of last month, I went on holiday with a friend and we were drinking often, and I didn’t get much sleep, so I feel like I overdid it in a short period of time.

“I feel so positive about doing Dry January. I’m feeling more motivated, exercising more and eating healthier again, as well as saving money."

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