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We've hit 21 Days of Water!

Congratulations!!  We've made it to the very end of the #BeTheSparkleWaterChallenge!  How did you do?  I'll be honest; I didn't hit my goal every single day.  BUT, I have definitely formed a habit of incorporating more water into my day.  And I generally have no problem with drinking three of my large 30 oz. tumblers of water every day!  That's a HUGE win for me!

If you drank more water, what did you notice from the increase of water consumption?  I noticed a lot!  I really did eat less, I was less fatigued, I felt much more focused and was able to help stay on track and on target of most of my tasks.  I am sure that I had above-average results as I literally drank next to NO water before I started this water challenge, so I was dehydrated three weeks ago!  I want to know what changes you noticed!  Comment below or shoot me a message.

Now, for those of you who participated in my Water Challenge---first of all, THANK YOU!  Just knowing that you were drinking more water alongside me from afar helped to keep me accountable and kept me to my own word to you that I would be drinking more water and keeping track of my own water consumption!  So---I have a very special THANK YOU from me for participating in my #BeTheSparkleWaterChallenge!  If you were in it with me, comment below, email me, or comment on Facebook and let me know which Water Charity you'd like me to donate $5 to in your name!  That's right!  We're going to give this Water Challenge a little extra SPARKLE and I'm donating $5 for each and every one of you who participated in this Water Challenge with me to one of the Water Charities I wrote about last week of your choice and in your name!

Together, we really can #BeTheSparkle!  Thank you!  And I hope that I have helped you create a habit for yourself to #drinkmorewater!




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