2017 Holidays

Drink more water

For some of us, the La Croix addiction is real. But for the rest of us—why is it so hard to remember to drink water?
Sure, we all know drinking water is good for us. Really ridiculously good-looking skin, reduced calorie intake and regulated organ function are just a few reasons why we should be pounding back the H2O early and often. Want other reasons? Don’t take our word for it, check out benefits of drinking water from the experts at WebMD.
Want to trick yourself into drinking more water? We crowdsourced a few ideas to help you get started. Prepare for more bathroom breaks.
Challenge a friend
Who says it doesn’t always have to be a competition? Challenge a friend to drink the most water in a week. The loser has to buy lunch on Monday.  
Keep a water bottle filled
Buy a large BPA-free water bottle and keep it filled throughout the day. Bonus points for extra steps to the sink or water cooler.
Sneak it in your meals
Think water is boring? Trick yourself into drinking more H2O by eating more fruits and vegetables. Or why not enjoy a healthy smoothie to stay both full and hydrated?
Track intake with an app
Of course, there’s an app for that. Keep yourself accountable by tracking your water intake with free apps like Daily Water for iPhone or Water Drink Reminder for Android.
Have a trick for drinking more water? Share it via social and tag #evenbetter2018. Our water cupeth run over.

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