By Jennifer C., 24 years old
Life is short. I don’t know about you, but I’m here to make every moment count.
This moment is all that we have. Don’t let anyone tell you any different. Just like a shark swimming through the ocean, we are not meant to go backwards. We’re meant to swim forward. We’re meant to move in this moment.
I used to worry about what others thought about me. That is a waste of time. I had to be bold and decide I didn’t want to die without living. From that point forward, I was going to take some risks, stir up some trouble and live.
The feeling you get when you’re in the middle of the dancefloor—a sea of people, moving, dancing, being one with the rhythm, leaving every bullshit worry behind—that’s when we are truly alive.
Moving freely. Be light in this moment. That’s all we’re really meant to do.
Alcohol plays a factor, but in my opinion, booze should always be helping to make a night fun. Booze should never get in the way of having more fun. We’ve all been there: hopping from bar to bar, when somewhere along the way, a few more shots appear. It’s fun at first but next thing you know, you’re throwing up in the bathroom and the night comes to a screeching halt.
That’s not living either, my friends.
That happened to me a few too many times. So, I asked around. The people I party with go hard, so surely, someone in my circle of social misfits had already encountered this problem. Then a friend, a nightclub owner actually, told me about Sober Up. He said it helped him “level out” when he drank too much. Sobering up while drinking caught my attention.
He went into how it was a blend of some natural herbs that broke down the toxins caused by alcohol. The science stuff is all fine and dandy, but to me, it was the way he said it. You could tell he meant it.
Not long after, I took a last-minute trip to Vegas.
I enjoyed bottle service a bit more than my body wanted and I remembered my friend’s advice. I took a Sober Up when the room started to get a little fuzzy around the edges. Instead of having to bail on an epic night on the Vegas strip, I got a second burst of clarity. My friends and I kept the night going strong. We met people from all over the world who had come to Vegas on the same mission: to live. We danced and partied until the sun came up.
Yeah, the antioxidants in Sober Up are great, being good to my liver is nice and some cutting edge science stuff behind breaking down alcohol is cool. But for me, the reason I take Sober Up is simple: it keeps my night goingCheck us out