Cutback Coach (now Sunnyside), a program to help us build healthier drinking habits in 2021, raises $3.1M seed from leading venture firms
Cutback Coach (now Sunnyside), a new program focused on helping the 70% of US adults who regularly drink build healthier habits around alcohol consumption, has raised $3.1 million in Seed funding.
Cutback Coach (now called Sunnyside) launches to help build healthier habits around alcohol consumption
Sunnyside Co-Founders Nick Allen and Ian Andersen announced the nationwide launch of their proactive alcohol health platform, with the goal of helping anyone who regularly drinks alcohol build more mindful drinking habits
Drink Mindfully on Thanksgiving and Enjoy These New Sunnyside Features
We hope the holidays bring you a break from what we can all agree has been a stressful 2020. Whether you’re able to spend time with your family, or staying cozy inside, you deserve to do something nice for yourself, maybe even have a toast! To help stay as healthy as possible, be sure to set a realistic drink target for yourself this week and try your best to stick to it.
5 Tips for Drinking Mindfully on Halloween
Holidays can be great times to kick back and enjoy a few drinks with friends. We believe that everyone should enjoy Halloween and have a few drinks if that’s what you choose. We’re all about moderation and mindfulness. With that in mind, we’ve put together 5 tips to to help you have a great time, stay healthy, and limit the negative effects of drinking come tomorrow.
It’s Time We Make Tracking Drinks as Common as Tracking Calories and Steps
Up until now, alcohol-related apps and programs have almost entirely geared themselves towards helping those who have decided alcohol has no place in their lives to achieve complete sobriety.
How Sunnyside Can Help You Achieve Your Healthy Drinking Goals
With any self-improvement project, it’s easy (and logical) to start by focusing on the outcomes we wish to achieve. When we start new diets, we focus on the pounds we’d like to shed. If the goal is to learn a new language, we picture ourselves conversing naturally in a new tongue. And when we set out to drink a little less alcohol, we imagine a life free of hangovers and the other negative effects of drinking on our bodies and minds.
Understanding Your WHY for Cutting Back on Drinking
Reflecting on countless stops and starts in trying to improve my drinking habits over the years, I came to recognize a consistent pattern in my past less-than-successful attempts to get my drinking under control.
Let’s Explore Strategies for Healthier Drinking, Together
I grew up in a household with two parents recovering from alcohol addiction (they’ve given me permission to post this). When I started to drink in my early teens — and it became clear that I too had a tendency to overdo it — my parents spoke openly with me about their journey to sobriety, and helped instill in me an awareness of my own habits. Almost 20 years later, I’ve learned a lot about myself through the ups and downs of drinking.