The beginning of the year is a great time to begin new habits.
By this time, (the end of January), many of us have started a few… AND opted out of a few…
Because of this, I thought that it would be the perfect time to talk about Infused water.
Drinking more water is not only a healthy goal but it is also easy to pull off with a few small suggestions.
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1. Keep water in the fridge, ready to drink.
You can buy the glass bottles below here.
They are sold in a set of 6.
It is easy to keep them in the fridge and if you fill a bottle every time you drink a bottle,
you always have a cold bottle ready to use.
This makes them easy to grab on your way out the door or while you are working.
2. Flavor your water
Flavoring water is so popular right now. Not only does it taste great but it also fills your water with nutrients.
Here are some fun combinations to try:
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These recipes also work great for creating infused water for parties and gatherings.
Simply create them in larger containers.
3. Create a water bottle that you WANT to use.
Last year, when I worked for Cricut® my job was to design
projects for Cricut Design Space®
These sassy water bottles are one of the projects I designed.
You can create just one of them or all of them easily using your Cricut Explore©.
You can find the project here
and you can buy the bottles here.
4. Purchase an Infuser bottle that is fun to use.
There are so many different bottles available today that make infusing your water easy.
The bottle below is my favorite because it is convenient, it works great, and it looks lovely.
It is also available in a number of colors so that you can choose your favorite.
You can find it at Target® here.
Wood Grain Bottles without a handle,
wood grain with a handle,
and metallic bottles without wood grain.
The bottles I used are no longer sold but you can find similar bottles here.
Hopefully this gives you some ideas for incorporating more water into your daily life.
Happy DIYing friends!