I DID IT!
Todays review on Healthy Human water bottles allows me to check a goal off my list!
I did not accomplish many goals this year since I spent most of the year injured, BUT I did accomplish the goal of doing more video reviews! Granted that was a very wimpy goal since I only did one review last year... but I did TWO This year!
Check out my other two reviews here. I know I don't have a lot of views on these things, but if I keep at it, maybe I can quit my day job and/or get free stuff sent to me that I get to make goofy videos with my kids while talking about a product I'm trying out. You have to start somewhere and
A GIRL CAN DREAM (think warm thoughts, think warm thoughts)!
Speaking of my work, a tiny snippet of my day makes an appearance in this review since I mostly use the Healthy Human water bottle at work. I've actually delayed doing the review because I typically just leave it there so that I know I have a water bottle every day. Every great athlete attributes their success and durability in part to hydration, and as a teacher (who barely gets a bathroom break) I for sure need to work on this area, and the Healthy Human has helped!
Now since I know not everyone has time for my videos (your loss! ha!) I'll just put some of the absolutely staggering statistics found on the Healthy Human website below for you.
Really, I truly love the water bottle because of it's bright pink color, but I'm also loving the sport top. It definitely makes me more likely to use it since I can access the water with one hand. Thats for sure the selling part for me since I'm often tied up and am lucky to even have one hand available.
If you follow me on instagram, I posted in my stories (saved in highlights) a bunch of different companies that give back to the community in some way. Most of what I posted was buy one, get one model... but Healthy Human gives back in many ways, take a look!
So if you're looking to make your Christmas gifts mean a little more this year, give this company a try! Help us be Healthy Humans with a Healthy Earth.
Welcome to my blog! I blogged my entire pregnancy in 2017 and I had high hopes for where I could take my running after baby number 2, but my body had other plans. At some point I got too discouraged to write and recently realized that it is essential for my personal growth and development to keep putting feelings into coherent(ish) thoughts. I hoped to run sub 2:45 in the marathon one day, but I was recently diagnosed with a rare disease called fibromuscular dysplasia and I'm reinventing this blog to share information on what I learn for my single subject size. You can come along for the ride, apologies in advance for grammatical incorrectness!