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I got to thinking. So many people wait until January to make changes in their lives. Resolutions. Promises. New Year New Me. I ain’t got time to wait. I’m making changes now.
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With the dry winter weather creeping in I wanted to do something that would help keep everyone healthy, happy, and hydrated. So why not a water challenge.
December’s Drink Up Challenge has begun. Everyone, please make sure that you’re prepared! And by prepared I mean get your favorite water bottle washed. Or buy a new one. Either way.
Please let us know in the comments section below how much water you plan to drink each day. For someone of my weight, the internet advised me to drink 91.5 ounces of water. To put it in context: 183 pounds. I’m already drinking between 40 to 60 ounces a day. However, do choose a target that is within your reach.
In order to succeed in this challenge, all you need to do is make a little alteration in your daily routine to include more water into your diet. Set a reasonable target for yourself. The objective should be to drink at least 8 ounces of water each day if you are presently drinking no water. If you’re already drinking water, maybe add 8 ounces a week. If you don’t like pure, plain, ordinary, boring water, you can always add anything to it! Lemons, oranges, and other citrus fruits are included in this category. Pinterest is also a great source of inspiration! I’m a big fan of TrueLemon. It doesn’t have fake sugar in it and doesn’t give me a migraine.
Fair forewarning. Increase your water consumption, and you’ll see an increase in the number of steps you walk each day. Due to the fact that you’ll have to walk a lot more to the restroom. It’s all good.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any more inquiries. I am not a dietitian or a health and wellness coach, I don’t have all of the solutions, but we can share our experiences here.
To help you on your journey, I’m including this free printable water tracker. Print it and keep it where you’ll see it and use it every day.
It’s not much. But it’s a step. And this may be the thing that helps motivate you to make other changes. I hope this helps you make some good changes in your life. Again, if you like what I post, please like, comment, share, and subscribe. Please consider donating to help keep this going. $1 and I’ll ask you what your favorite book is so we can talk about it. $5 and I’ll write a review of a book you suggest. $10 and I’ll write a blog suggested by you. That’s all I’ve got for today, train wrecks. All aboard.
By the way, I’m kind of weird. I like cold water. Ice water. Even in my freezing office. This would be perfect to load up with water bottles. That way, it’s cold and ready.