So the Christmas Party season is upon us! I was out last night at a (civilised) farewell meal for a colleague. It was lovely to catch up with some old friends, as well as meet new people. In an organisation as big as ours the faces change and people are often just a voice on a phone, or a name on an email. Anyway, lovely evening, nice food, country pub, roaring fire (much needed, because you have to go outside to get to the ladies room!) – I drove! Conversations led us t discussing nights out and for some colleagues this weekend represents the start of a busy few weeks… while some won’t actually make it to their own beds for the next 3 nights, I know that my next night out isn’t until 20th December. Sad? Definitely not…. I can’t ‘do’ the drinking ‘thing’ anymore. I would say I’m beginning to sound like my mum, but she could drink me under the table….!! To be fair, it’s not the drink… I love a good night out and I do love a few glasses of something cold and fizzy (NOT diet Coke!) – the trouble is I can’t bear the morning after feeling. I’ve never coped well with nausea and the idea of being so hung-over it knocks out a whole day is wasted time and frankly not possible when you have children…. That said, it doesn’t stop me from having a few drinks and I have been know to exceed my limit a little, on occasion! So it got me thinking about how best we might deal with that morning after problem, or how we might best prepare for it and hopefully minimise it’s impact.
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And remember – if you have a marathon few nights ahead – pace yourself!!