Saturday, 16 August 2014

How to have fun clubbing when sober

This may seem a slightly weird blog post, but over my first year of university, I have had some great nights out, as well as some truly awful ones. I enjoy a drink, but don't like being completely out of it when I am out clubbing - I like to remember what happened in the morning. And sometimes, I don't drink at all.

So.. I am writing this to debunk the common myth that you can only have fun when alcohol is involved.


1. Positive thinking
Don't go into the evening thinking that it is going to be awful because (a) all your friends are drinking and you aren't (b) you are going to be the odd one out etc etc. Go in thinking that you are going to have a good night with your friends. 

2. Getting ready 
Be geared out to go out! Get involved with getting ready with a group of friends. Or if you are by yourself, get dressed up, put your favourite music on and jam out. Get your mind into the partying spirit

3. Have a drink in your hand
This is mainly one for pre-drinks (especially at university). Don't awkwardly stand there. Join in, take your own soft drink and keep it with you, talk to people and get involved. 

4. Stay with your friends
Whilst this may seem a little clingy, don't let them out of your sight. Stick with them. If they are your true friends they will stay with you for the night and not leave you by yourself. There is nothing worse than that. 

5. Boogie! 
Dance, have fun. Even copy what some of your friends are doing. If you are dancing or singing along then it will be a lot more fun

6. Don't constantly look at the time

7. Suggest to be the designated photo taker
Great if it is a friends birthday. Take a camera or use your phone and take photos of the night. Then you can be in the action and with your friends

8. And if it all goes wrong... Make sure you have enough money to get a taxi home and chalk it up to experience. 

If you don't drink, or choose not to on a night out, it does not mean that you can't have fun! Plus it is hilarious to update your friends the next day of the funny things that you saw them do

On a sidenote, thank you to everyone who is following me on bloglovin'. I hit 100 followers last night and am so grateful, so thank you so much! 

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  1. Loved this post! some very good points made! I know there can be pressure to drink sometimes, especially with younger people, so this was very helpful!

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    1. Thank you! I couldn't agree more, especially with student culture these days. xx

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  2. Hey! I've nominated your for the Liebster Award you can find all the details on my page! :) x

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  3. Great post, I always find it difficult to have fun when I go out unless I am drinking, so I will remember these tips :) I love your blog and I have followed you with Bloglovin, if you ever get a chance to check out my blog I would be delighted, thanks! Best wishes.

    Camille xo

    www.cococami.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Thank you so much for following me - still pretty new to this blogging thing! Have followed you back too! xx

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  4. Been browsing through your posts this evening, and loved this. I've done a few sober nights- including St Patrick's Day with a huge Irish crowd! Some nights it just doesn't work, but on others I get all the fun and none of the hangover :D
    Jennifer x
    http://www.ginevrella.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Wow, St Patrick's Day would be crazy! I agree - it depends on the situation and the people you are with most definitely. There are some nights that I haven't drunk and have had an awful time, but not having a hangover is the best! xx

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