Dating sober people

20-Oct-2020 13:25

One of the most striking impressions from the report is the picture it paints of millennials as sober, health-conscious yogis, obsessed with wellness, chia seeds and downward dogs (that’s not what you think it might be, by the way). According to the report, the average millennial consumes just five units of alcohol a week, which equates to about two small glasses of wine or two pints of beer.

The national guidelines recommend adults drink no more than 14 units a week.

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We’re just boozing in our homes rather than in pubs and clubs - and we’re not shouting about it. As we all know, millennials love their avocado (that’s why we’ll never get on the property ladder, duhh), but actually, plenty of us still love our booze too.

A new report has been published which claims that millennials are all “sober socialites,” shunning boozy nights out and pub trips for green smoothies (packed with protein and veg rather than sugary fruit, natch) and wellness festivals.

The report, entitled , was carried out by Eventbrite and surveyed 1,023 British men and women aged between 21 and 37.

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We’re just boozing in our homes rather than in pubs and clubs - and we’re not shouting about it. As we all know, millennials love their avocado (that’s why we’ll never get on the property ladder, duhh), but actually, plenty of us still love our booze too.

A new report has been published which claims that millennials are all “sober socialites,” shunning boozy nights out and pub trips for green smoothies (packed with protein and veg rather than sugary fruit, natch) and wellness festivals.

The report, entitled , was carried out by Eventbrite and surveyed 1,023 British men and women aged between 21 and 37.

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