The Addictionary Podcast

#96 It’s Dance Like Nobody’s Watching Because You’re Totally Sober w/Chelsie Cahoon!

March 25, 2019

#96 It's Dance Like Nobody’s Watching Because You’re Totally Sober w/Chelsie Cahoon! Chelsie is the Founder/Owner of Music Is The Drug @musicisthedrug_, a judgment-free clothing brand aimed to show the world that music is the drug that unites ALL! Chelsie shares her experience of being sober since birth and how she enjoys music festivals without substances! Follow Chelsie Cahoon on IG @thesoberraver.

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