Keeping up with my wiggle monster Finn has been a challenge. So, it is no surprise it has been super easy to put myself on the back burner. Staying hydrated is something I can do to help us both out while breastfeeding, plus, each limited edition ME to We Brita bottle like this one purchased will give a years supply of clean water to a person in Irkaat, Kenya. Specifically the campaign supports a borehole in Irkaat, Kenya that provides the community of more than 1,800 with access to clean water. So, to Celebrate World Water Day this week, I thought I would share with you a quick reminder of some simple reasons why to stay hydrated.
- Kick starts your morning – I love drinking water with lemon first thing in the morning
- Curbs your appetite- you may be thirsty and not hungry
- Gives you an energy boost
- Necessary for breast-feeding – it’s incredible how thirsty you are when breastfeeding
- Helps your skin glow
- Keeps you regular
- Essential for working out
- Prevent Headaches
- Boost your brain power
- You are made of it!
Also, as part of ME to WE’s transparent giving model, all ME to WE Brita products come with a Track Your Impact code for consumers to track exactly where and how their purchase has made an impact – consumers can go online and enter their unique code. In addition to reducing contaminants that appear in tap water, Brita’s products can save me more than $500 a year compared to buying bottle water, and help to reduce the volume of plastic bottles that end up in landfills. You can read more about it here!
Want to get involved? Snag your very own ME to We Brita Bottle across all major retailers this month or head here. Again, for less than $20 you can save hundreds a year in water bottles and offer a year’s supply of clean water to someone desperately in need. Talk about win-win!
Thank you Brita and ME to We for partnering on this post