How to retrain your booze brain with drinking app

How many times have you said to yourself "I'll just have the one glass of wine tonight", or maybe "I’ll only drink at weekends?"

If the answer is 'often', then you may want to download a new app that helps you monitor your alcohol intake.

It's called 101 Tokens and it's the brainchild of Australian, Benny Wallington.

He explained to Late Nights host Sara-Jayne King, how it works.

You go into the app and enter what you were drinking, where you were doing it and whether it was worth it or not.

Benny Wallington, Developer, 101 Tokens app

Users have 101 'drinking' tokens to use throughout the calendar year.

A sip of alcohol is one token, but so is an entire night of drinking.

Sometimes people find themselves going to the pub for one beer, but it actually turns out to be three or four.

Benny Wallington, Developer, 101 Tokens app

101 Tokens is available to download on the Google Play and the App Store.

Find out more about the 101 Tokens App here:


This article first appeared on CapeTalk : How to retrain your booze brain with drinking app


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