How much water do you drink every day. You know you’re supposed to drink 8 glasses of water every day and even more if you drink caffeine or exercise. I’ll admit that I don’t drink enough water, I drink maybe one glass of water and about four glasses of some form of caffeine so I need to change my habits. I find that Ashley’s review for the Bobble Jug came in just in time to inspire myself to drink more water. What’s your healthy living goal this year? If it’s exercise you need to drink more water, if it’s eat healthier you need to drink more water, if it’s eating less you need to drink more water. More than likely no matter what your health goal is this year you should be drinking more water.
The Bobble Jug – Helping You to a Healthier 2012
So many of us have made resolutions and set goals to live a healthier life this year. Well, the Bobble Water Jug can help you reach those goals and keep those resolutions one glass of water at a time.
The Bobble Water Jug has been sparkling in the media on MTV, CNN and recently featured in Family Circle Magazine. Even celebrities like Kristen Bell, LeAnn Rimes and Sophia Bush are fans of this simple, sleek, and USEFUL product.
What makes the Bobble so special? Its unique design replaces the traditional squatty water filter pitchers taking up less fridge space while still holding 64 ounces of water! This thing filters water FAST too! Instead of having to go through a second reservoir, like most traditional water pitchers, the Bobble filters water straight through the jug in an instant! No more hanging around waiting for the water to flow through before you can have a glass of water!
Bobble has a complete line of products that filter water quickly and thoroughly! Using water jugs and personal water bottles is a great way to drink more water during the day! Not to mention, by using your own bottle or cup, you are GOING GREEN and keeping those pesky plastic water bottles out of use.
We received samples on behalf of Bobble.
Ashley has a background in teaching Kindergarten and working with children K through 8th grade. She is now a SAHM and active with our local MOMS Club chapter. She writes her own blog at Momicles.