Is there life after beer? With guest Ruari Fairbairns

Points of Change

How healthy is your relationship with alcohol?

Maybe you don't drink? Perhaps you're like me and enjoy a few glasses of vino at the weekend?

If you want to improve your personal relationships you might work with a relationship coach. Ruari Fairbairns is the coach to speak to if you want to improve your relationship with alcohol.

What would life be like if you stopped for a while? Hmmm... When Ruari asked me to think about this, all the reasons I didn't want to surged up in my mind. Then Ruari helped navigate me through to the reasons it could be great. What happened next? Take a listen.

Originally from the Isle of Mull, Ruari had a difficult childhood, struggling intensely with his thoughts and finding it impossible to fit in. Determined to make his mark on the world one day, the relentless entrepreneur started working at the age of 14 and a sequence of events led him to London where he worked as a senior Oil Broker. He began to experience a number of health problems including IBS, anxiety and dry skin and soon realised that alcohol was causing him more trouble than good. Six months later he decided to remove alcohol from his life, and this was the starting point for his journey with One Year No Beer because it allowed him to create space in his life, to find his true meaning and purpose.

One Year No Beer is an award-winning toolkit for surviving modern society alcohol-free and has since recruited over 80,000 members worldwide. Ruari believes that having a community is crucial to making a positive lifestyle change.

Find out more about Ruari and OYNB here and join me on the challenge. Let me know if you register and let Points of Change support you in improving your relationship with alcohol.