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The Workplace (water) Drinking Game

Wednesday, July 03, 2013

Iíve been having trouble remembering to drink water throughout the workday, so I came up with a fun way to get it done. If your workplace is anything like mine, youíll get through those 8 glasses in no time!

TAKE A BIG SIP whenever:

1. You get an email from your boss.
2. A coworker mentions their family member.
3. You walk by a tray or plate of treats.
4. Someone says an acronym out loud as though itís a word (like ďay-capĒ for ACAP, etc.).
5. Anyone asks if they can ask you a question.
6. You have to wait for someone else to finish printing before you can get your prints.
7. You lose your pen or pencil.
8. You see a sweater hanging on the back of a chair (once per chair per day).
9. You overhear a coworker making a personal phone call.
10. Someone asks you how your evening or weekend was.


1. Someone calls or leaves you a voicemail without identifying themselves.
2. You receive an email that was sent to an entire mailing list but should have been sent to just one person.
3. You see more than 3 kinds of yogourt in the fridge (once per day).
4. You change your shoes.
5. You get a forwarded email that only says ďFYIĒ as an explanation of why itís being sent to you.

Have fun and let me know how it goes!!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
BUNNYLAMB 7/4/2013 8:16AM

    Thanks for all your comments! I definitely remembered to drink more water yesterday than I have in awhile!

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DIEGOGAL1 7/3/2013 1:05PM

    This is a very good blog, I sometimes forget to drink my water at work also.

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MAGNOLIA416 7/3/2013 10:56AM

    ha ha! love it!

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EMMACORY 7/3/2013 10:18AM

    Very to put in practice. I just drank some water! emoticon

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