3 Tips for Drinking More Water

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Lets face it, drinking water is BORING! 

Most of us are guilty of no where near drinking enough of the wet stuff during the day, especially in the summer, and these sort of habits end up getting passed down to children.

FACT //  two out three (64%) parents saying they do not know how much water their children should be drinking each day, and 42% saying their children find the taste of water ‘boring’, we’ve got a fun new project that’s all about how to help you and your family stay refreshed this summer.

Robinsons launched the Enjoying Drinking More Water campaign in January 2016, and as part of their mission to get Brits enjoying drinking more water. The Robinsons range contains no added sugar, is free from artificial colours and preservatives and is a great way to stay refreshed this summer. The Robinsons range includes two new flavours, Orange & Peach and Lemon & Pink Grapefruit.



There are 6 little bottles of Squash'd available - these are great for chucking it into your bag on a day out and making those boring bottles of water a little more exciting. My personal favourite at the moment is the Apple and Blackcurrant. To celebrate the Wimbledon season you can get several special edition packets in the supermarkets, so why not keep your eyes open for those.

All you have to do is Flip, Squeeze and Enjoy.


Taking part in this campaign, I am sharing my 5 tips for getting children to drink more water:


1. Buy 'special' cups.
It might sound a tad stupid but by allowing a child to have their own 'special' cup they are more likely to use it. Also using straws is a great novelty. Make sure it always has a drink in it and it's easy for them to get hold of whilst they are playing. 
2. Cool ice cubes.
In the summer especially ice can be very handy, but even more so if they are funky shapes! Again it's all about making it fun. There are some great ones available from places like amazon.
3. Make Water Fun
Using Robinsons Squash'd in bottles/cups of water makes for a better taste and the juices is sugar-free. You could always add actual fresh fruit into the water or frozen fruit ice cubes just adding that touch of flavour.

So what would your top tip be?!


This post is an entry for BritMums #DrinkMoreWater Challenge, sponsored by Robinsons

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