First of all, if you were not supposed to drink in the morning, then why do so many drinks have orange juice in them? We all know orange juice is a breakfast beverage. My morning cocktail of choice is a mimosa. I like to get a middle of the road champagne, Korbel, and then some Tropicana OJ (because it's made in the same town I grew up in), and I am ready to start my day with a smile.
On Saturday and Sunday mornings, when I am not too hungover from the previous night's shenanigans, I like to exercise. Just like baking, I like to incorporate drinking into my work out, because I feel it enhances it. During the week, because of my pesky office job, I am regulated to non-drinking Namaste Yoga, which although helpful, it's not as rewarding as my Drunkmaste Yoga.
The main purpose of namaste yoga is to center you and bring the flow of divine love at the beginning and end of each yoga session. I do all that good stuff AND bring the flow of alcohol to my bloodstream. Granted my balance is a little off, and I can't hold the positions as long as I do during sober namaste yoga, but it is still a productive endeavor.
I think many types of physical activities could benefit from adding liquor to it. I know my friends who participate in beer kickball, they get exercise and drunk, all while helping their team "Salvation Through Coleslaw" to victory. I think that's why so many Americans are fat asses; exercise became a chore and not something that is fun. Booze can help put the desire back into people's hearts to get active. Especially with such zippy energy drinks like Red Bull being mixed with vodka, it sounds like a recipe for burning off the calories.
I understand booze has a lot of sugar in it, which make losing weight difficult. I have come up with my own unique solution; sometimes, I like to hide the alcohol when I'm drunk. Then the next day, when I want to imbibe again, I am forced to hunt for it like Easter eggs, before I can get my drink on. All of the energy expended in looking for my liquor makes it not only gratifying when I finally find it, but it allows me to find a balance.