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It is fantastic to have a healthy competition with your husband and Nestlé Pure Life water can help! I am glad I am a part of #CollectiveBias #Ad so I had an opportunity that pushed me to get on the water bandwagon. My husband and I have engaged in a little competition to get healthy. On March 31, 2015 we will celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary. We both need to get in shape so we have a competition to see who gets in the best shape and lose the biggest percentage of body weight by our wedding anniversary. We are still working out the prizes, but the best prize is bragging rights. We are a couple that loves to talk trash, so bragging rights is a big draw.
I don’t know all of my husband’s get in shape tips and tricks and I am not going to spill all mine here, but both of us have turned to water like you would not believe. I was a big soft drink drinker and have turned to water to quench my thirst, help me get in shape and stay hydrated. A little over a year ago I was hospitalized for dehydration so I have a new and great appreciation for water. Anyway, my husband and I are drinking water like crazy in our attempt to win the competition we are having. This week, I went to our local market to pick up some Nestlé Pure Life water. It is important to drink lots of water because #HealthyHydration is an important part of getting in shape and having a healthy lifestyle. I want a healthy life, not just a get slim quick diet plan!
Once inside the market, I went to the beverage aisle. Of course I saw all the sodas, juices and other things that I used to drink before I decided to challenge my husband to get in shape. I am proud to say that I ignore all those things and looked only at the water section of the shelves. I was looking for the Nestlé Pure Life water and I found it. The aisle had the one and two gallon containers which are nice for normal people who want to quench their thirst.
However, I am not normal people, I am a woman on a mission to kick her husband’s butt, so I kept looking.
One of the great things about being part of the Collective Bias® Social Fabric® Community is the opportunity to share great causes and organizations with my readers. Recently I was honored to be chosen to participate in the Colgate Champions for Kids National Campaign designed to give kids bright smiles and bright futures. This is a wonderful campaign that encourages bloggers like me to work with Walmart and Colgate to do a simple charitable project with Colgate Products.
When I was a young child, my mother worked hard to take care of six children after putting her husband out of the house. At times, dental care was pushed to the back burner. As a wife and mother, one of the things I take special care to do is make sure my children have good dental care and practice good oral hygiene. Another thing I have tried to teach my children is that it is good to help others and to give to charity whenever possible. As a result, it was easy to get the whole family involved in the Colgate Champions for Kids National Campaign.
My twins get a particular kick out of brushing their teeth and showing me how they shine.