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Having a break from drinking has never been easier with the #SoberSelfie Challenge - just follow these four steps!
Take the Weekender or Fortnighter Challenge and choose your dates.
2. Part of a sports club?
Enter the name of your sports club during registration to win $3,000 for your club.
3. Take the surveys
Fill out the surveys to go in the draw to win some awesome prizes.
4. Upload photos
Post photos of the good times you’re having making sure to tag us.
Pause on the drinks and hit play on life
The Weekender Challenge
Challenge yourself to give up alcohol for a weekend (Friday - Sunday).
The Fortnighter Challenge
Choose your start date and take 2 weeks off booze.
We love a good yarn, so here you'll find our latest blog posts on health, fitness, adventure and #SoberSelfie Challenge stories.
Running can be a really healthy and enjoyable pastime to get into, even for the most novice of athletes. On nights out, the only time you might break into a run is when you need to get to the toilet for a spew. Why not experience the healthy sensation of running without the slightly less[…]
With friends, family, great weather and lots of food and drink – what’s not to love about the festive season? Here at #SoberSelfie HQ, we can think of one thing about this time of year which isn’t always ideal….the dreaded hangover. And is it just us, or do they seem to be getting worse? Regardless[…]
We get it. Getting drunk – no biggie, right? You’ve been wasted a bunch of times, and it’s mostly involved good times. But do you know what’s really happening to you when you get drunk? As Stephen Bright explained recently in The Conversation, alcohol is very embedded in Australian society, so much so that we[…]
My social life had been hectic and looking forward, it only was going to get busier with Christmas fast approaching. With only one or two social events planned for the weekend coming, I bit the bullet and committed to an alcohol-free weekend. Friday arrived and so did day one of my #SoberSelfie Challenge. Things seemed[…]
After having a good, hard look in the mirror at myself one Sunday evening, I admitted the truth; this weekend routine was getting a bit old. It was the realisation that I had achieved literally nothing all weekend that made me have this stern talking to myself. Unless you consider driving to Hungry Jacks twice[…]
I remember as a kid going to a sports training camp where I was told the infamous tale of Phil Smyth, long term point guard of the 1980s Australian men’s basketball team. I’m sure his success as a three time NBL championship winner and Australian representative was due to years of dedication and hard work,[…]
There’s nothing wrong with a cheeky bevvy after a hard game, but sometimes our sports heroes take the concept of ‘moderation’, dunk it in vodka, then light it on fire. From David Boon’s 52 cans of beer on a plane to England to Shane Warne’s ‘THIRSTY?’ interview, there’s a bit of a history there. Which[…]
It’s 3.30pm on Friday. Productivity levels are low. Buzzfeed articles are being read. Phone calls are going unanswered. Finally, the moment everyone has been waiting all week for – the drink cart arrives. The angelic tinkling of glasses and bottles signaling the end of the working week and the ultimate excuse to shut down computers[…]
Giving up the booze for just a short time can result in heaps of short- and long-term health benefits, as a recent UK study reminded us. More than 100 people took part, and there was an average weight loss of 3kg after only a month of sobriety. It also significantly reduced their risk of liver[…]