No More Drinking Quotes

No More Drinking Quotes

People give a lot of reasons for wanting to stop drinking. They want to spend more time with family and friends. They’re sick and tired of feeling lousy. Some people have been hit with the realities of alcoholism: financial ruin, verbal abuse from spouses, the true effects of drunk driving, and health problems. Whatever the reason, quitting alcohol is a big decision, with a high chance of failing.

Drinking is a dangerous habit because it can lead to many things. Quitting drinking is something that most people can’t accomplish. Sometimes, it’s not easy to quit drinking. Quitting can open you up to the overwhelming feeling of perfectionism. You might get stuck thinking that you’re going to need to be perfect in your attempt to stop drinking. And this can make it hard for you to move forward and not feel defeated when you fall short.

I guess you’re on this page because you want to quit drinking or you have someone who wants to. Thankfully, some quotes can inspire you to take action. These no more drinking quotes below will make you want to give it up for good.

No More Drinking Quotes

Quitting drinking is a process, but when you start to see the toll it takes on your body and your life, the motivation can feel impossible. But the first step is always to admit there’s a problem. Choose to say no to more bottles.

1. It’s not often we find people who want to say no more drinking but wish to do so in a healthy way.

2. It’s time to start living. I can’t keep living like this. But really, there is no more drinking. And I’m going to try hard.

3. To stop drinking, you must want to stop and be ready to make changes. Recovery is possible.

4. I’ve decided there’s no more drinking for a while and see what life is like without alcohol. So far, so good.

5. I’m not drinking today, again. I don’t want to get drunk, ever. I have a problem, and that has to change.

6. I’m saying no more drinking today, so I can have no regrets tomorrow.

7. Time to take my recovery seriously and stop drinking.

8. You have to do what you have to do. I’m no more drinking.

9. If you are an alcoholic, you aren’t alone. Quitting drinking is one of the hardest things I’ve ever done. But there’s hope.

10. When I realized I had to drink no more, I didn’t know what life without alcohol would look like. It was terrifying! But my body has never felt better, and my mind has never felt calmer.

11. I’ve given up drinking to clear my head. There’s no more drinking for me. I’d rather be sober but have fun instead of being drunk, depressed, and lonely.

12. The world would be a much better place if people didn’t drink. There’s no more drinking for me.

13. One drink leads to another, and that is your downfall.

14. I have had enough. There’s no more drinking for me. I don’t want a drink. Like, ever again.

15. Stopping drinking is one of the easiest things in the world. There’s no more drinking for me.

16. I am never going to drink again! There’s no more drinking for me.

17. There’s no more drinking for me. I’m done drinking, and I mean it this time!

18. There’s no more drinking for me. Drinking alcohol will never be part of my life again.

19. I’m done getting wasted and waking up in the grossest places; on to the next chapter of my life. I’ve realized that I need to stop drinking for now.

20. I don’t have time for hangovers! There’s no more drinking for me.

21. I’m not drinking again until I’ve learned how to hold my liquor.

22. I have decided today to do away with this destructive behaviour that is hindering my growth. I’m ready to make a change because I want the best for myself and my family. I want you to be proud of me. There’s no more drinking for me.

23. I’m ready to finally be in control of my life. I am quitting drinking, and it has no future for me.

24. There’s no more drinking for me. I quit drinking. You can too.

25. The only way to change is to quit drinking, and I do mean quit.

26. I used to drink, but I am now retired.

27. Don’t drink alcohol. It will ruin your health, your looks, your mind and your heart.

28. I’ve been drinking too much lately. I need to take it easy for a while. There’s no more drinking for me.

29. This is my last glass of wine. I swear. There’s no more drinking for me.

30. I quit drinking, and it was the best decision I ever made.

31. If you want to quit drinking, stop making excuses and do it.

32. I am stronger than my addiction. There’s no more drinking for me.

33. I would rather spend my time writing than drinking. Because it makes me feel better than any alcohol ever could.

34. If you have a problem with drinking, the time is now to quit.

35. Quitting drinking is the best decision I’ve ever made.

36. Never drink again. It’s never worth it—not friends, not family, not good times.

37. I made it to 1 month clean today. I feel proud and empowered, drinking I also know how hard quitting smoking has been.

38. I can do this; I have to do this. It takes time, but it’s worth it. There’s no more drinking for me.

39. I’m ready to stop drinking and start living again.

40. I don’t want to drink anymore, but I don’t know how to do it.

41. It took me a while to realize I didn’t like drinking. It wasn’t until the hangovers started feeling like they lasted as long as my entire childhood that I realized it was time to stop.

42. Don’t be afraid to put your foot down and say “no more” to negative behaviour. You are worth the wait, so make it worth waiting for.

43. I finally quit drinking, and now I’m in a creative rut.

44. If you want to quit drinking, take the first step, and commit. If it were easy, everybody would do it. There’s no more drinking for me.

45. I’ve given up drinking, and I feel fine. I used to think I needed a drink, but now I have made a choice, and it feels right.

47. There are a lot of reasons to quit drinking—live a longer, healthier life be among them. There’s no more drinking for me.

48. There’s no more drinking for me. I don’t want alcohol; I want new friends.

49. Quitting drinking is like quitting smoking. It’s hard at first, but soon it becomes a habit.

50. It has been almost three years of zero alcohol. I don’t miss it one bit.

51. There’s no more drinking for me. I want to thank God, my family, my friends and my fans. Even though I might lose a few fans because of this decision, I’m still grateful.

52. I quit drinking for two reasons—health and sobriety.

53. I was an alcoholic for almost 20 years, but I’m not anymore. I haven’t had a drink in over 6 years, and I don’t miss it. It was the best decision I ever made.

54. Stop drinking, stop smoking, and stop eating junk. Stop doing everything, and just be yourself.

55. Of course, you don’t have to be an alcoholic to be able to relate. Everyone gets bored of the same old thing.

56. There’s no more drinking for me but only long enough to get the taste of beer out of my mouth before I started on the wine.

57. The only way to live a better life is to drink less. There’s no more drinking for me.

58. I’m done with drinking. This was the moment I decided to inspire change in my life. Not tomorrow, not next month, but today. I choose health and happiness over addiction.

59. I’d like to quit drinking. I want to do it on my own because I’m worth it.

60. I want to quit drinking. Tonight will be the first night of the rest of my life.

61. It’s time to quit drinking. I will live my life from now on without alcohol.

62. Sometimes, I want to quit drinking, but I’m already out of the bottle.

63. There’s no more drinking for me. It’s not like it’s going to be hard; I’ve done it a hundred times.

64. I quit drinking to get my life back.

65. There’s no more drinking for me for 30 days. Wish me luck!

66. I was a slave to alcohol. I would drink every day, no matter what. Then I quit.

67. Stop drinking alcohol for 30 days and see how much your life changes.

68. I woke up from my hangover and realized I needed to quit drinking. There’s no more drinking for me.

69. I’m not drinking for this whole week. On the first day, I felt great. On the second day, I felt fine. Today is my third day. And it’s really hard. I can’t wait for Friday.

70. There’s no more drinking for me. I’m sticking with it. I am worth it.

71. It’s never too late to change your life. Always live in line with your values, not what others expect of you.

72. I quit drinking and love it! There’s no more drinking for me. Let’s do this together.

73. Quit drinking. It was the best decision I ever made.

74. I quit drinking to improve my health, but mostly to improve my life. It’s not an easy thing to do—quitting drinking. But it’s worth it.

75. Today, I want to quit; I do. But then again, maybe one glass of wine won’t hurt.

76. I’m going to stop drinking, I swear. There’s no more drinking for me.

77. It is on a cold night that you realize it’s not just the alcohol that keeps you warm.

78. I didn’t want to be a social drinker. I wanted to be a social butterfly. There’s no more drinking for me.

79. I’m not going to lie; I’ve been here before. But this time, it’s different. No, I don’t know why. I’m starting to think maybe it’s got something to do with a certain someone who’s told me in the past that drinking is no way to get over anything. The wonderful thing is that person was right.

80. I’m one month sober today, and I feel like it’s the first time in years I can see a clear path ahead of me. It’s easy to find yourself travelling down a road you don’t like and not even realize it. I won’t be going back down that road.

81. There’s no more drinking for me. I’m not always going to want to go out and party. I want to be able to enjoy a good cup of coffee at home.

82. Throw the bottle away. No more drinking!

83. I need to quit drinking. But then I drink again. A vicious cycle.

84. I’m done being someone who drinks. I’m done being an alcoholic.

85. I’m trying to quit drinking for these reasons. There’s no more drinking for me.

86. I’m not an alcoholic; I just like alcohol but then, no more d.

87. Quitting drinking is the best decision I ever made.

88. I’ve decided to take my life back from alcohol. I will not be controlled by a substance. There’s no more drinking for me.

89. Quitting drinking is the hardest thing I’ve ever done. I never thought that I would succeed. But here I am, a year sober and loving life.

90. Don’t wait. Quit drinking right now. You’ll never change if you don’t take that first step.

91. I’m more interested in what you have to say than what you’ve had to drink.

92. I’ll show you how to double your confidence without drinking beer. The world of coffee and tea is a magical one.

93. I’m not the same person I was before. No, I am better, stronger and free.

94. There’s no more drinking for me. I’m going to quit drinking.

95. I quit drinking almost a year ago. It’s the best decision I’ve ever made, it was way harder than I thought it would be, and now that I’m over the hump, I have more energy than I ever did when I was drinking regularly.

96. There’s no more drinking for me. I don’t think I’ll ever be able to drink. I’m so sick of waking up the next day and thinking about my drinking problem. I just feel like I can’t live like this anymore.

97. I’m not drinking anymore because I love myself more than that.

98. Giving up alcohol was the smartest decision I’ve ever made.

99. There’s no more drinking for me. I’m saying no to drinking and saying yes to life!

100. I’m done with drinking. I hope I don’t fall off the wagon.

Hello there. Thank you for going through the collection of no more drinking quotes up there. I hope you are motivated to stay happy while you don’t drink anymore. Kindly drop your comments and share them with others. Thank you.

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