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    28 Genius Ways To Drink More Whiskey

    Small changes, big results.

    1. Pour yourself a shot of whiskey before you go to sleep, so that it's waiting for you when you wake up.

    2. Make it a part of your dental hygiene routine.

    3. Primping can be stressful, so keep the whiskey nearby.

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    4. Consider bourbon-soaking your coffee beans before you grind them.

    5. Don't forget to spike the brewed coffee, too.

    6. Don't like coffee? Whiskey pairs well with breakfast.

    7. Balance things out with some fruit.

    8. Girls, don't leave the house without your feminine products.

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    9. Read on the train.

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    10. Upon arriving at work, make a stop at the water cooler.

    11. Bad day? Send yourself a nice bouquet.

    12. Go out for lunch.

    13. Wash said lunch down with some iced tea.

    14. Now that it's the afternoon, switch from coffee to soda.

    15. If it's cold outside, get over your 3 o'clock slump by going for a walk in the snow.

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    16. If it's warm outside, go for a quick hike.

    17. Tempted to take a snow/hike selfie? Take a shot instead. / Via

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    18. When you get back to your desk, assess your mood.

    19. If you're feeling a little off, make some tea.

    20. Always have healthy snacks at your desk for emergencies.

    21. At happy hour, treat yourself to a real cocktail.

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    Recipe: Manhattan

    You've earned it.

    Recipe: Sazerac

    22. If it's date night, do what's most practical.

    23. If you're going to the gym, that's cool too. Fireball is a great post-workout recovery drink.

    24. On nights when you have to bring work home with you, power through it.

    25. If you're feeling lonely, invite some friends over.

    26. Hot chocolate is a great way to unwind.

    27. As is dessert.

    28. And if all else fails, remember that it's never too late for a nightcap.

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