Sue Kerr is a writer, artist, gardener, seamstress, and budding astrologer. She's a wife, friend, and big sister...and she is sober. Listen to Sue talk about her recent ten-year-soberversary, the lack of integration she felt when drinking, the immense internal changes that have happened since she quit, and the three key things she focuses on to keep herself well.
Some of Sue's Guest Posts here at Living Sober: Best Friends Forever, Sober First Aid Kit, Yoga to You, Authenticity
Thank you so much for a wonderful talk. Its very inspiring and I totally take on the self care and the value of really thinking about the food we eat.
Great to hear you’re on the self care path.
So lovely to see you and hear from you SueK. Wonderful. Thanks for all your gentle wisdom.
Thanks for watching Liberty! It’s nice to be here again and catch up.
Thanks @suek, I really enjoyed listening to you especially about treating ourselves with self care. I have taken the time over the last few nights to pamper my face and hands – it’s wonderful how such a simple act can have such huge benefits, immediately. xx
Great to hear you’re doing those simple caring things for yourself. Makes such a big difference to how we feel about ourselves.
Thanks, Sue. Integration – love that. You nailed the feeling that sobriety gives me with that one word.
And I loved Mexico – the colors and the food. Have you been to De Aqua de Azul? Beautiful. All the best to you.
I haven’t been to Agua de Azul… yet. I too love the colours and food here. It’s a beautiful place.
I really enjoyed listening to this conversation Mrs. D and SueK! A mighty congrats on 10 years Sue! I am going to think about that idea of integration. As well – I’m thinking of moving to Mexico in a few years to retire (my husband is Mexican). How is life for you there? Thanks to both of you! xo
We are loving the lifestyle here. It is kind of cool to be learning a new language and being immersed in a totally different culture. It’s not everyone’s cup of tea, but it feels great to me.
ps – this is JM
Thanks Sue. I enjoyed hearing your story of ten years, well lived and seeing you two “old buddies” catching up here. With the added reminder to keep treating ourselves well with yoga, or whatever self care floats the boat. This must make you part of the foundation of LS. Good people like you help create this wonderful uplifting site.
Thanks Nina for watching and commenting. Yes, it was a really amazing thing to be there for the launching of Living Sober. So glad it is still here, supporting and inspiring people.