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Tuesday, December 14, 2004


If you have been making a point, as I have, to drink more water, here’s a tip—one that’s so obvious, you may not have actually thought of it.

Make your decent-tasting water more accessible!

I really don’t enjoy the taste of the city water, so I always run it through a Brita filter. Previously, I had a large reservoir-style container. The problem with it was that I had to hold my glass under the spigot, lift and hold the spigot, wait a moment for water to come out of the small hole, and release. Even worse, this thing was a pain to pull out of the refrigerator, set in the sink, fill up, and set back in the fridge.

I have replaced the reservoir with a pitcher. Sure, it doesn’t hold as much, but that’s a good thing. First of all, it easily lifts out of the fridge and I can pour water much faster. It’s also easier to set it under the sink faucet to fill up. Laziness would actually cause me to leave the reservoir in need of a refill for a day or two just because it was such a pain. With the pitcher, I just go ahead and refill it about after every other glass since I’ve already got it out of the fridge anyway.

» Posted by ALBj at 01:08 AM (ET)
Category: Musings


I’ve been doing exactly what you’re doing at work since I started there because the water probably isn’t safe, let alone good-tasting. Since we moved into this house with a well, I’m doing it at home as well.

» Posted by Queue
December 22, 2004 10:52 PM

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