By BrightView
Published: July 31, 2020
Updated: June 11, 2021

There are A TON of recovery blogs and recovery bloggers out there.  So, how do you choose which ones are worth reading?  You ask the experts! That is exactly what we did. Our wonderful Peer Recovery Support Specialists here at BrightView have put together a list of their top “Recovery Blogs”.  So, check them out and don’t forget this list is by no means exhaustive and there are plenty of wonderful blogs and bloggers out there!


About this blog, directly from the website: “I am learning to walk without the crutch of alcohol.  I began writing this blog on my first day of sobriety.  Gulp. I drank quietly in private and have managed to quit just as privately. I didn’t stay quiet about it, though. My story is all here. The purpose of this blog is to help make me accountable and, as it turns out, to encourage others along the way.”


About this blog, directly from the website: “When you’re on the road to recovery, things can get pretty serious. After all, you’re fighting to overcome a disease that has the power to kill. Despite the gravity of the situation, learning to laugh during the addiction treatment process should be at the top of your “to-do” list.”


About this blog, directly from the website: “Sasha is a writer, healer, student, and teacher. She is a certified coach and hypnotherapist & firmly believes in hope, healing, and daily miracles for all. Addressing life from a mind-body-soul perspective, she helps free people from the codependent cages they didn’t even know they were in & tune back into their intuition and life-force.”


About this blog, directly from the website:  “Are you curious about changing your relationship with alcohol? Or maybe you’ve been around here a while and are just looking for some incredible new stories. No matter why you are here, This Naked Mind Blog has something for you.”


About this blog, directly from the website: “Writing has made being sober more than just being sober. I invite you to follow this blog and connect with me on social media—to join me in discovering what makes the ordinary so extraordinary, and the mundane miraculous.”


This blog is made up of stories of addiction through a mother’s eyes. It tells the story of the journey of addiction with the blogger’s son.