NEW YORK (AP) - A raging pandemic, tumultuous presidential election and deadly Capitol insurrection have combined to make the annual tradition of Dry January more moist than air-tight for some.Not Sarah Arvizo.
She considers it her easiest yet. As much as the 32-year-old Manhattanite would love to partake in a little "vinopeutics," she said the abstinence period she's participated in for several years has been made smoother this time around by her at-home pandemic life and the closing of bars and restaurants."Longing for those days, for sure," said the social drinker who lives alone. "But unless I want to freeze outside, that's largely off the table this year."Eight-year-old Dry January, which comes at the height of resolution season after.Read more on fox29.com