Episode 34

Is Sobriety The New Black?  with Lucy Quick

In this episode of the podcast, you'll meet Lucy Quick. Lucy is a mum of two who hasn't had a drink for the last 18 months, and now works as a sobriety coach who is passionate about helping others get sober. Problematic drinking does not discriminate, and if we've got there, then as you'll discover in this episode, that the path we've all gone down to there is eerily similar. But what this also means, is that there is a really clear pathway out the other side, that those that have gone there before can share with you too. There doesn't need to be any shame, stigma or secrecy about it if you have a feeling that maybe your drinking has got a bit out of hand. There simply needs to be a decision that enough is enough, and you are ready to choose a different path. You'll learn that there is no downside to giving up drinking, that drinking to excess on a regular basis has no place in living a really successful life, and that if others have done it, then you can too!

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My Mission

Fiona Redding

Fiona Redding


My mission in life is to share everything I have learned – and am continuing to learn – about turning my own life around and to really help you understand that happiness is to be found in the overcoming of obstacles and challenges in your life, and not in the absence of them. 

To achieve your potential in life, you need to become your potential.  And for that to be, you need to understand yourself, and learn how to harness your strengths and overcome your weaknesses.  

You have the power within you to create whatever reality you choose, and I am here to help you know that if you don’t like what you are experiencing, then you can absolutely change that.  

But you do have to choose, believe, and be open to all possibilities, and to keep showing up every day, even when it feels really hard.

Because if you do what is easy, your life will be hard.  But if you do what is hard, your life will be easy.