Since Spring Break, I've been trying to do just that. Largely, my initial quest was for a healthier alternative to my major Diet Coke vice. Word on the street is that my beloved Diet Coke is filled with all sorts of yucky stuff for you. Additionally, given that my main source of caffeine comes from that (and I'm not a morning girl nor a coffee drinker), that's been a hard cut to get down to just one a day! But I did (although I'm still not ready to go cold turkey yet).
Water boosts your energy. A majority of us are dehydrated (75% according to the infographic below). Often times we eat when our body is really telling us we are thirsty rather than hungry. Here are two great infographics that might lead you to upping your intake too. (Note to self: Grab from the tap rather than the mega "Big Water" industry of plastic-wasting, single-use bottled water!)
If competition is what gets going, you might want to check out 30 Day Water Challenge. At that link you can get more details & some great accountability tools to document your water intake. I'm going rogue (though I could update my intake in my Fitbit), and just trying to travel with a class of water in hand!
How is water working for you?
Do you have any creative approaches to get that healthy H2O into your system?
Images from http://1111now.com/achieving-perfect-health-bashar/; "Miracle that is Water" infographic from http://organicolivia.com/2014/05/01/why-you-should-drink-hot-water-in-the-morning-homemade-strawberry-lime-aloe-water-for-detoxing-vitamin-absorption/, "Drink More Water" from http://www.pedometersusa.com/drinking-more-water.html; 30 Day Water Challenge pic from http://pepperscraps.com/30-day-water-challenge-64-oz-a-day/