A guide to drinking responsibly

With a three-day weekend coming up, and a Rugby World Cup final, I published an economist’s guide to drinking responsibly in the Dom last week.  You can read it here.  What are my tips?

So what tips do I have when it comes to drinking?  I have already mentioned only taking out a small amount of cash.  You can also dress down and not take your ID (depending on your age and the types of bars you go to), or you could take up a Saturday morning activity.  Feel free to thank me in advance for your much reduced hangover.

If you want to know how I got there, you’ll have to read the article 😉

5 replies
  1. Bill
    Bill says:

    Kids! You forgot kids. The prospect of little angels bouncing on your bed at 6 am the morning after the night before promotes moderation. So have kids to curb your drinking.

    • Matt Nolan
      Matt Nolan says:

      My boss did suggest that one, but I thought suggesting having children as an anti-drinking device might upset a few too many people 😀

      • D. J. Taylor
        D. J. Taylor says:

        I’m a bit skeptical about this theory that having kids will make one drink less. From what I understand, there are is an abundance of alcoholic parents around the place.

        I would put forward the theory that having kids would infact make some (not all) people drink more.

  2. Adrian
    Adrian says:

    They look very interesting advice, but when a person likes to party and alcohol no one can stop. But bring money with him, or go to the cashier or borrow. If you have something to do the next day even appears drunk, anyway. But the article itself is very interesting.

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