Stay Hydrated All Day With These Cool Water Bottles
Hydration is important. I am sure of the fact that you do not need me to tell you that. But, if you are going to keep hydrated, do it right and do it in style!
I want to share with you some of my favorite hydrating containers, as I like to call them (mostly because people look at me funny then chuckle a little). Water bottles works just fine too. I digress…call them what you will, here are some cool ones.
Aluminum BPA-free bottle
BPA-free is all the rage these days so why not join the party? Not only are these bottles good for the environment, but apparently they are good for you too. Best of all, these bottles come in all kinds of great designs and are easy to carry around. Find them at places like Old Navy, Home Goods, REI, Costco or Target.
Plastic cup with lid and straw
I personally think this is one of the coolest reusable beverage containers. It is not good to put hot beverages in, but any kind of cold beverages are good to go. I got mine for a gift, which I discovered was found at Home Goods. I use my cup for iced lattes in the morning and water throughout the rest of the day. The permanent rubber sleeve in the middle is great so your hands don’t get too cold while holding your drink.
There’s still nothing like the originator of the reusable water bottle trend – a good Nalgene water bottle. If you don’t already have one, check them out in a multitude of colors at sporting goods stores like REI, Dick’s Sporting Goods, running specialty stores, and even superstores like Walmart, Costco or Target.
Resusable “paper” cup
Another trendy cup is one that looks like a paper cup from the coffee shop. The rubber lid even looks like the plastic lid they put on your drink! You can usually find these at Urban Outfitters, but I have also seen them at Target and would not be surprised to find them at any kind of novelty gift or home store. Since I love drinking out of mugs and unique bottles, I use this for my water all the time. In fact, I think I have only put coffee in it once. After all, there is no rule that you have to put coffee in a so-called coffee cup!
Share photos of your favorite “hydrating containers.” I always like to discover new ones and I’m sure your fellow readers would love to hear about and see them too.