Thursday, January 2, 2014

Drinking More Water

One thing I am really striving to work on this year is how much water I drink. I'm one of those people who naturally loves the taste, so it isn't a problem to drink it, yet somehow I never end up drinking the recommended amount everyday. So, this week I am challenging myself to drink 8 glasses of water everyday! This doesn't sound like much, but trust me, I've tried it before and I didn't get far! 


I challenge you to try this as well because there are tons of health benefits to drinking lots of water and I promise, you'll feel great! In case you need a cute water bottle to help get you started (I know I need one), check out some of my favorites below. 

Is drinking more water on your 2014 resolutions list?
xoxo,
cYa

6 comments :

  1. hey nice post mehn. I like your style of writing. The way you writes reminds me of an equally interesting post that I read some time ago on Daniel Uyi's blog titled How To Build Up Passion In Whatever You Find Yourself Doing .
    keep up the good work.

    Regards

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  2. I totally agree! It is something I have been trying to do for a while now too!

    Hunter
    Prep on a Budget

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  3. Such a great goal - something so simple that has so many benefits! I just made the switch from coffee to green tea and it's amazing!

    -S
    http://libertyonless.wordpress.com/

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  4. This is one of my goals for the new year! Sometimes I'm really good at drinking loads of water (over 10 glasses a day) but I'm kind of in a rut right now. I've noticed I drink more when I keep my camelbak filled up since it's so easy to drink from and I use my phone to keep track of how many cups I drink a day.

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  5. this was one of my goals last year and im proud to say i did it! first things first- find a huge waterbottle! i highly recommend the 32oz/ 1L nalgene and drink about three of those a day. it seems like a lot at first, but if you challenge yourself to drink a few more ounces each day it gets easier! i had a camelback and found that it was too small and that drinking it really hurt my teeth. train yourself to have a sip every 10 minutes and it will become a subconscious habit after a few days. hope this helps! the benefits are great!

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  6. this has been a goal of mine for a while but I've never been successful :( maybe the new water bottle will make a difference!

    Rachel @ makeshiftmunch.blogspot.com

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