Responsible lifestyle

Because smart people
remain responsible

We are firm belivers in self-empowerment.
The only one who decides is YOU and YOU ALONE.

That’s why we share tips for you and your guests
to enjoy memorable parties.


healthy, balanced lifestyle

Body & Mind

Responsible Party is about promoting a balanced lifestyle and empowering young adults to decide for themselves.

For many adults in many cultures, enjoying a beer, spirits, or wine is an important part of their social lives. Many lifestyle choices carry potential risks and benefits. While some people choose not to drink, health authorities in many countries have developed national drinking guidelines to provide guidance on moderate consumption. 

We believe that for adults of legal drinking age, moderate alcohol consumption can be part of a well-balanced lifestyle. 

So alcohol is a social enabler and in moderation it can be safely enjoyed as part of a balanced lifestyle that includes good eating and exercise. 

However, drinking too much, either on one occasion or over time, presents some risks you need to be aware of. 

There is no one-size-fits-all approach to live in balance.

It’s all about amount and reason.

One thing is for sure: eating a healthy diet and being physically active have much greater health benefits than drinking even in a light way. Keep in mind that even moderate alcohol use isn’t risk-free. For example, even light drinkers (those who have no more than one drink a day) have a tiny, but real, increased risk of some cancers.

Also, drinking and driving is never a good idea.

Take care of yourself and keep your body and your mind healthy.

A Responsible Lifestyle is the best way to achieve success, happiness and keep authentic friendships with people you care about. For adults who do choose to drink, it is important to drink in moderation, avoid driving while intoxicated, and not drink during pregnancy. Those with specific questions about their own drinking are encouraged to consult their healthcare professionals. Together, they can determine what is best, based on individual risk factors, including family history, genetics, and lifestyle. For some people, the better choice may be to not drink at all.

Responsible party is convinced about self empowerment:
You decide. No one else.


Does the term Peer Pressure ring a bell  ?

It can be defined as “the direct influence on people by their peers, or the effect on an individual who gets encouraged to follow others by changing their attitudes, values or behaviors. The aim is to conform to those of the influencing group or individual. This can result in either a positive or negative effect, or both.”

The social environment and the people around us influence our behavior. We all want to be accepted by our peers and face the challenges this acceptance calls for. The pressure your peers exert on you can significantly impact your behavior. In the case of drinking, this can put you in hazardous situations.


Did you know that… ?

  • Peer pressure is often one of the main reasons why people drink too much alcohol:
    • Being involved “in a round”, being encouraged by others or not declining a drink just to be polite, are frequently cited reasons why people drink alcohol.*
    • A third (35%) of UK drinkers drink more than they intended because they were encouraged by others.*
  • Social pressure is moreover the first drinking motivation, especially among young adults:**
    • 47% of 18 to 34 year-olds are also significantly more likely to drink more alcohol than initially expected because they want to “keep up” with others.
    • One in five (22%) drinkers aged 18 to 34 have reported drinking more than expected because they were made fun of by others for not drinking enough.

*  See drinkaware study

** See Responsible Party evaluation

How do you take advantage of peer influence
and be a good friend?

Trust and empower yourself


Be non-judgmental respect others and their choices (if they choose to not drink)


Make sure your friends get home safely


Respect your own limits We are all different

Lead by example with Responsible Party’s peer-to-peer approach


Be a good friend take care of your friends


Drinking and driving is never a good idea don’t leave someone drunk go home alone (even walking or riding a bike or scooter can be risky)


Good & Safe practices

Good & Safe practices




Be sure of your local drinking age

Learn how alcohol affects you as an individual

Plan a safe way home before you go out

Learn how medication acts differently when mixed with alcohol

Eat a full meal & drink way less often

Remember that younger friends and friends with low self-confidence watch you  continually, so it’s your turn to lead by example

Don’t give your friends a hard time if they choose not to drink- ever

Stick to a standard pour

Understand alcohol
affects men and
women differently

When you are hosting
also serve food and non-alcoholic drinks and make sure no one is over served

Pace yourself

Remember that Drinking & Driving is never a good idea (forget about your car, motorbike, bike or scooter )

Stick to a safe plan and get home securely

Make sure all your friends get home safely

Know that only time will bring your bac* down – and it can continue to go up for 30 mins after you stop drinking
*BAC : blood alcohol concentration


Make your party unforgettable

You’re hosting a party tonight! So let’s get it right!

How to be
a responsible host

Respect – respect your guest’s choice
not to drink or to drink moderately and don’t pressure anyone to drink

Moderation – don’t overserce and don’t
top up glasses, your guests will thank you. To help guests keep track of how much they are drinking, use standard measures when pouring your drinks

Water – Make sure water and non-alcoholic beverages are available for your guests

Food – Always provide food for your guests

Adults only – Keep an eye on any underage guests to ensure they cannot access alcoholic drinks

Safe journey home – Make sure everyone can get home safely. Drink driving is not an option

How to be
a responsible guest

Moderation – Pace yourself, take your time and keep track of how much you drink

Know what you are drinking – understand the strengh of your drink and the size of your serving

Respect – Some people should not drink (such as minors and pregnant women) and others choose not to drink. Always respect their choice

Keep hydrated – Alternante your drinks with water or non-alcoholic beverages

Have some food – Eating food before and while you drink will slow down the absoportion of alcohol, but it will not prevent you from getting drunk

Adults only – Keep an eye on any underage guests to ensure they cannot access alcoholic drinks

Safe journey home – Drink driving is not an option. Plan ahead on how you will get to and from events and then back home safely

Drink More Water