We were thinking of putting this off until we get moved, but it had to be done. The water just can’t be enjoyed without this awesome new filter system we found a few months ago. It is called Zero Water, because it removes inorganic water junk, so that when it is tested using this neat little tool that reads your tap water’s TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) levels, it will read at all zeros (000).
My tap water reads at 134, while the FDA recommends your drinking water be at Zero. Once your tap water is run through this wonderful filter (it does take longer, and is more expensive than your average water filter), the water comes out crisp, clear, CLEAN, delicious and reads at 000. I can tell the minute my filter needs to be replaced. When I noticed the change in taste the other day, my filtered water was reading at 010; not huge, but I can tell.
I’m happy to finally have my yummy water back. It wasn’t exactly cheap at $30 for two filters, but so worth it. I saw on their website tat there will be a Zero water bottle soon, too. :) 14 hours ago
and then (like usual), I wasn’t. I start things and get going, and then fizzle out and stop, almost altogether. I hate that.
The past few days I have not been drinking the same four massive glasses I was drinking prior. I think the main reason being that our Zero Water filter needs replacing, and they’re pricey. I can taste the difference the minute the filter starts going out. I can’t drink it.
Maybe until we get another filter, I can flavor it a bit and use it for tea and Emergen-C drink packets throughout the day. At least I would be getting the necessary water intake I need to feel hydrated. 1 day ago
I thought I would make my list really big and full of amazing things. But when I thought more about it, I really just want to be happy. One of the things that will help me reach my goal of being happy is by taking care of myself. 3 days ago
My new water bottle is great. I keep it with me during my weekends and on my desk at work.
There’s 0.6l of water in this bottle and I manage two bottles per day, so that’s 1.2l of water more than before.
Goal for the next weeks: 3 bottles. 6 days ago
How I did it: Okay, if you wanna drink more water, you wanna have faster metabolism and feel yourself better, maybe, lose some weight, so you need to drink more water, eat less food and do some exercise in one complex.
I'm not one of those who need to lose a lot of weight immediately. However, I drink more than 4 litres of water and 1 litre of green tea everyday.
Why I do this?
Because I want to drink so much water :) Read how I did it… 1 week ago
I’ve kept my water bottle filled consistently. woohoo! 1 week ago
There are still days where I don’t drink nearly as much water as I should, but I am certainly drinking more than I have in a long time. I feel great about the changes I have made in just over 2 months. :) 1 week ago
You just have to find a bottle that you don’t mind carrying around. Customize it, always keep it in your bag, leave one at work. As soon as it becomes a habit, you feel the changes! 1 week ago
How I did it: Like most drastic changes, it started with a relatively serious illness. I had to drink a lot of water and tea to recover.
Somehow, after my recovery my water intake didn't decrease. During the illness it has become a habit. Also, I started to feel thirsty while previously I didn't.
So now I'm drinking considerably more water and it makes me feel much more energized.
I'm glad it happened, because no matter how hard I tried to drink more water before, I never succeeded. Read how I did it… 1 week ago