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Water On The Go ~ Store A Couple Bottles In The Car!


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Keeping several bottles of water in the car in those little side pockets on the door, you know the ones that normally collect debris or trash. Stays cold all winter! Last summer, I really didn't mind the warm water. At least I had water. What started out as an accident has become a habit for me!
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Two refillable bottles, one at work and one at home. KEEPS me hydrated and GREEN! No BPA in the bottle and I like the ones that don't sweat and have a flip straw. PERFECT!! Wide mouth opening for ICE~!~
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- Submitted by MIPALADY23 2/22/2012 in Healthy Eating | 3 Comments
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KARILOU13 2/25/2012 12:53:00 PM

    I hate to say this, but Sheryl Crow did the same thing, and she is convinced that the gas released from the plastic when it got warm, was the cause of her breast cancer. When plastic gets warm, it does release a gas. Google it, and be safe. :-) Maybe keep it in a little cooler with a baggie of ice?? GREAT idea though.. emoticon
HEIDISHOPE 2/22/2012 4:36:00 PM

    I used to do this when my kids were little--to wash off muddy feet, puke, sticky stuff on hands and fingers, etc. Now, I'll do it for a totally different reason!
MIPALADY23 2/28/2012 1:43:00 PM

    Karilou13 I use my own "safe" bottles processed bottles!!

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