About Sober in Vegas

Thank you for stopping by!

Sober in Vegas is dedicated to exploring mindful activities, travel, arts, public events, hiking and things to do here in sin city that don’t revolve around alcohol.

I categorize posts as either sober-friendly (a coffee shop, event, or space that does serve alcohol, but alcohol isn’t the main focus) or alcohol-free (somewhere that doesn’t have alcohol for sale at all).

What this website isn’t:

  • This site is not a replacement for doctoral advice and I make no claims to be a health care professional.
  • Please seek the advice and help of a health professional if you feel you are suffering from alcohol abuse, addiction, or suicidal thoughts.

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About Me:

I’m Kim.

I’m a visual artist. Writer. Former theatre maker. Hiker. Mama. Introvert.

I examined my relationship with alcohol in December of 2014 and stopped drinking entirely a few months later.

Whether you’re sober, taking a break from drinking, travelling for business, pregnant, not drinking for health reasons, doing a dry month, designated driving, or just curious what alcohol-free looks like, this website is for you.

I should also mention that I don’t judge others. Everyone has the right to their own choices and some people don’t have issues with alcohol. I have many friends who still drink, and it doesn’t change my thoughts or feelings about them.

When not working or writing here on the blog, I spend most of my free time making art, thrifting, hiking, and exploring the city with my husband, daughter, and extended family.

Thank you for stopping by and happy sobering friends!


Podcast & Radio features with Kim of Sober in Vegas:

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More of my writing:

If you’d like to read more of my writing, check out She Explores, Matador Travel, Sister House Collective, and NA Craft Beverages.


More of my artwork:

The Las Vegas Weekly did a really nice write up about the website and my artwork here and Clark County did a lovely video about my most recent exhibition here.


Features elsewhere: