With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, people all over America are gearing up to celebrate the famous St. Patrick. While this might be a cause for celebration, holidays such as St. Patty’s day turn into large binge drinking fests, focusing more on downing beer and less on the significance of the day.
If you’re looking to avoid the craziness, and want to celebrate booze-free as the growing sober curious trend continues to sweep the U.S., then download Loosid: a sober app that created the world’s first Boozeless Guides™, giving the growing sober community alcohol-free options across the country!
Loosid was born out of the need to unite the sober community and bring together those people in recovery and battling addiction, as well as those who choose to live a sober lifestyle for other reasons (a combined total of over 100 million people from all walks of life). Loosid’s vision is to create a comprehensive digital platform for the sober community that celebrates the sober lifestyle while at the same time providing support for those members of the community in recovery or struggling with addiction. Through Loosid, it’s easy to find other people who share your perspective, who know all too well that being sober doesn’t mean life has to be boring. Loosid makes it easy to find new friends and even new love, to find fun sober events and destinations, and to find groups in your community and beyond that promote sober living. All at the touch of a button.
About MJ Gottlieb:
MJ Gottlieb is the Co-Founder & CEO of Loosid, a groundbreaking new app that makes it easy to find new friends, dating, fun sober events and destinations, and groups in your community that promote sober living. MJ has been sober since March 2012, but began his first attempt at sobriety in the late 1990’s. He invariably found his way back into addiction for one main reason…to him, sobriety simply wasn’t fun.
In 2017, MJ began developing the Loosid app to offer millions of people in the sober community access to fun experiences and a place to connect and find support. He also wanted to create a full suite of recovery tools for people to connect and get help at a moment’s notice. He knew the stigma so many have reaching out to people and knew that the best way to provide that connection was through the one thing that people are never without –their phones!