When I started HIp Sobriety last summer, the intention was to create a website not just dedicated to blogging about addiction recovery, but a space that would become a haven to anyone looking for an alternative, positive, empowering roadmap out of addiction. My vision was resources and tools, online classes, e-books, coaching, bootcamps, video blogs, and of course, a written blog. The blog for me was originally a place to air my dirt or my angst or my truth. I didn't quite care about how well it hit or how well written the pieces were, I simply cared that I was getting something out of me and on to paper and out to the world.
Somewhere along the way, the innocence was lost. Because somewhere along the way, I started to receive feedback, and started to consume that feedback.Read More