How to (Finally!) Drink More Water: Flavor Options, Water Bottles, Apps & More
Don't leave home without it.If you don’t have a good reusable water bottle (or two), get on that! Make it part of your daily routine to bring it with you any time you head out. It'll keep you from getting thirsty AND from spending money on plastic bottles while you're out. Pick up a cute one -- like these colorful creations or the ones below -- for added motivation...
Get sparkly.Bubbles are the new black! There are so many amazing sparkling waters on the market now. We especially love lightly flavored unsweetened kinds. LaCroix is still having a moment, but other lines we love include Bubly and (our favorite) Perrier! Target even has its own Simply Balanced line. Who said hydration had to be flat and boring?
Change up the temperature.There's no rule that says your water has to be ice cold. A lot of people find it harder to drink that way. Drink it room temp, or try hot water with lemon! We like to mix it up throughout the day. Have hot lemon water first thing in the morning, and then keep your water bottle filled with room temp H2O during the work day. If it’s hot out, bring on the crushed ice! Don’t ask us why crushed is better than cubed... It just IS.
Use your phone to keep you on track.Instead of panicking at 3 p.m. and trying to chug a gallon of water all at once (UGH), set mini goals throughout the day. Drink a glass of water when you wake up, one before and after each meal, and one more before you head to bed. That adds up to eight glasses of water! Set daily alerts on your phone, or download an app like Waterlogged (for iPhone or Android) to make it even easier.
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