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Spark Coach Challenge for Today

Sunday, February 10, 2013

Today[s challenge was one that I re-visit often. It is simple, basic, and should be something that is easy to do. Drinking more water. The benefits are well known. For some reason it has always been a difficult thing for me to do.
Many of the suggestions I have tried. The unfortunate thing is I still lack consistency.
However, there were some new ideas I think will be beneficial. The challenge is to carry a
water bottle with me, or stash supplies of water in visible places where I would see them as I do my regular activities.
By doing this along with the suggestions such as drinking with all meals, including a full glass when taking medications, and re-filling a glass to keep in hand during social occasions, I believe
I can get more water in.
I will take the challenge today knowing that sometimes when it is in sight, it is also on the mind.
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    1893 days ago
  • JENAE954
    Great! Do the same thing.
    1893 days ago
    Since I've become an adult, I've lost the taste for pop, kool aid, etc. I like juice but I actually prefer plain water or plain unsweetened tea if I'm drinking a lot. And if it's hot out side, sugary drinks and beer and alcohol just make me thirstier.

    I hope your strategies above help you!

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    1893 days ago
    I'm with AZMOMXTWO. I only drink water, all day, (after my morning coffee and OJ)
    I've been doing this for about 20 years now. I figure that if I hadn't been doing that, I would have had an awful lot more weight to lose than the 25 lbs that became permanent.
    I hope you will find it easier as you incorporate the suggestions. It really makes a difference.
    1893 days ago
    drinking warter is easy for me but then I have always like wter better then other drinks

    1893 days ago
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