Hey Friends, I'll be hosting a FREE Sober in Vegas Meetup on February 29th from 3pm-4:30pm! It's going to be an "Art & Chill" event where you're invited to bring a project you are working on, or perhaps some art supplies to make something around the table while we all spend some low pressure time … Continue reading Sober in Vegas Meetup: Art & Chill, February 29th!
Hey friends, I've been wanting to put together a round up of all of the awesome local coverage that folks leading a sober, non-drinking, or recovery based lifestyle in Las Vegas have been getting. I love that what started as a grassroots movement has grown into a national conversation and that news outlets are taking … Continue reading Sobriety in the news Round Up
So.... I know it's been a little while since I've written. Both my husband and I have been undergoing job transitions, I had a bit of a back pedal with some depression related issues, I lost my grammy, my daughter has transitioned from baby to toddler, and the general oppression of summer have left me … Continue reading Sobriety in Vegas: KNPR’s State of Nevada discussion
We're quickly approaching the change of seasons here in Vegas, transitioning from the three nice weeks of dreamy Spring weather to the soul crushing hot hot summer scorch. While I prefer the fall and winter weather here, there are a number of ways I've found over the years to really enjoy the triple digit summers: … Continue reading Your Best Vegas Summer EVER, or, How Not to Melt in the 120 Degree Heat
Last year I wrote a post that compiled options of what to drink when you're not drinking from the north end of the Strip to the south. But the thing is, unless we work on the strip, most of us locals really don't spend much time there. For Dry January 2019 I wanted to create … Continue reading What to drink when you’re not drinking…The DTLV Edition
To everyone out there doing their first Dry January...CONGRATS! You're over a week and a half in and I am so excited for you. There are a million reasons people choose to do a reset this month. The excess of the holidays. The start of a new calendar year. Wanting to try something different. I … Continue reading Volunteering in Early Sobriety
Hey friends! Is anyone feeling any holiday fatigue yet? 😉 Make sure you're taking downtime when you need it, saying a gentle 'No' if you need to rest and reset. I know this time of year can be particularly overwhelming for us between travel, family time, out of town visitors, birthday celebrations--all the things. As … Continue reading What I’m Looking forward to in 2019
Does anyone else always find that they somehow attract little bits of paper...everywhere? All the time? I am constantly having to clean out my desk area, kitchen, bags, my car from little pieces of paper I pick up throughout the day. Well, I am (hopefully) putting my paper obsession to good use in my upcoming … Continue reading My solo show at the Winchester Cultural Center!
At this point I feel like folks know I have a deep love for the arts, and an even deeper love for showcasing local art here in Las Vegas. I've been wanting to go on the DTLV Walking Tour for some time, and a few weeks ago finally had the opportunity. The tour that I … Continue reading #DTLV Art Walk
UPDATE: As of April 2019 the gallery has added another location at 1300 South Main Street #110 I am delighted to add yet another location to the alcohol-free list of things to do here in Las Vegas. After doing this blog for about 10 months, I can't believe there are still so many places to visit … Continue reading Priscilla Fowler Fine Art
Before today's post, I wanted to share two quick sobriety related articles that made me really happy--hope you enjoy: The Salt featured an article about the growing demand for non alcoholic craft beverages--hooray! I am happy businesses are starting to realize we'd love more options than a water... The Kitchn posted from the perspective of … Continue reading The Healing Garden #VegasStrong
Hi Friends, I have been feeling especially blue this past week, not sure if it's pregnancy hormones, every tragedy that has been happening throughout North America (from shootings to hurricanes to earthquakes to wildfires to all of the ones I'm sure I'm missing because it feels that overwhelming right now) or just the general changing … Continue reading Beck, or the soundtrack to falling in love with your city as a teenager