If you’re reading my blog you probably know that I’m constantly trying to add healthy and clean habits into my life. One of the habits I’ve focused on lately is drinking more water. Consuming enough water is a serious commitment and one that I’ve previously fallen short on. It can be easy to forget to sip enough and might not seem like a huge deal, but it is! Dehydration can be the cause of fatigue, dry skin, headaches, and worst of all, illness.
For that reason, I’ve made carrying a durable bottle with me a must since half the struggle of getting enough h2O is the access. I’ve been loving the bottles from bobble because they limit the waste of plastic and are something that I can use for years. I wanted one to carry around the house and city, but also one for my gym bag, so I chose two: bobble Infuse and bobble Insulate.
bobble Infuse is BPA-free—super environmentally friendly—and perfection for customizing the taste and filtering your water. Getting myself to drink more water goes a lot smoother when I can switch things up. I’ve been experimenting with recipes to infuse which is a breeze because you literally add the ingredients to the bottle and bounce. Right now I’m into blueberries + lemon to refresh, watermelon + lime + lemon to detox, and strawberry or apricots for a dose of fiber. The fact that I’m getting filtered water without an extra step is a huge bonus. Hello, beautiful, easy, AND healthy h2O!
bobble Insulate has become my gym go-to, and it’s especially practical because it doesn’t leak and is dishwasher safe. The stainless steel keeps my water cold for up to 24 hours, and it provides the excuse of water breaks during my workouts…often. You can’t argue with someone staying hydrated, am I right?! The bottle was ideal for tea in the winter too since it kept it warm for up to 12 hours, throughout my morning routine.
Keeping a bottle with me at all times has been life-changing in terms of water consumption, and I’m noticing a change in my skin and how I feel.
What tips do you have for drinking more water? Any recipes for infused water?