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Water, Water, & More Water

Sunday, January 22, 2012

The other day I was reading a SP article about fitting water in to your day. Well, today, I thought I would try something out and I must say, I hit the 64 ounce goal (and my day is not even done yet)!

I have a bottle that is marked up to 20 ounces, however, if I fill it up all the way to the rim, it would give me approximately 22 ounces. I figure that if I drink approximately three bottles per day, I'll hit the 64 ounces. And to help with the consumption of the liquid, I put some flavoring in (i.e. Mio water, Crystal Light, etc.)

This morning, I drank water in between my cups of coffee. Before I knew it, my first bottle of water was down! I continued my day with the household chores and every once in a while, I would take a small break and drink more water. The next thing I knew, I was making a new bottle of flavored water (and it was not even dinner yet!) By 18:00, I had polished off the third round of 22 ounces.

The tips from the article I read certainly helped! And before I knew it, I was on top of it!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
W5VEOTX 1/28/2012 8:09AM

    Keep it up - I find it really helps.

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    Yeah, today I am completely off track for water consumption. *sigh*

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SENATOR9 1/23/2012 9:13AM

    Water is still hard to master unless you count the water in my rye

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    I am still going on the water too! hahahaha Woo-Hoo! And this "trick" was so easy and you just don't realize how much you take in until you actually track it throughout the day. It's awesome!

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AUNA_CALM 1/22/2012 11:23PM

    Good for you! That's the most important thing that I have learned from SP so far, how to get enough water in every day.
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