May 2022 Toolkit

POST ANY DAY: Did you get a full 8 hours of sleep last night but still feel tired? You might just be dehydrated. Research shows that even when you are just 1-2% dehydrated, your body can react as if it is sleep deprived. #Sleep #DrinkMoreWater

POST ON MAY 4, STAR WARS DAY: Today, the day is! Listen to the wise one, we must! #Yoda #MayThe4thBeWithYou #DrinkMoreWater #StarWarsDay #StarWars

POST ON MAY 8, MOTHERS DAY: Research shows that moms are mostly in charge of the grocery shop—which means you have your mom to thank for keeping your favorite bottled water stocked in the fridge! On #MothersDay, when letting mom know how much you appreciate her selflessness and unconditional love, don’t forget to thank her for keeping you healthy and hydrated as well! #ThanksMom #DrinkMoreWater #StayHealthy

POST ANY DAY: The plastic used to make bottled water containers is a valuable resource that can be recycled again and again and turned into new products. Recycling PET and HDPE bottled water containers is a simple step you can take that has a positive impact on the environment by supporting a circular economy. That means, once you finish with a bottled water container, it goes back into the supply chain instead of the landfill. And that helps to make the most of these valuable resources by reusing them over and over again. #PutItInTheBin #PlasticFacts

POST ANY DAY: Research shows that taking water breaks regularly will help you stay hydrated and mentally sharp. So when pushing yourself to the limit, keep bottled water handy because you’ll need your share of healthy hydration to keep going! And don’t forget: Drinking water is as important as the workout itself! #DrinkMoreWater #HealthyHydration

POST ANY DAY: Bottled water is regulated as a food product by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). And by federal law, FDA regulations governing the safety and quality of bottled water must be as stringent as U.S. Environmental Protection Agency standards for tap water. In some cases—such as lead—FDA bottled water regulations are more rigorous. Learn more from this video: #BottledWater #HealthyHydration

POST ANY DAY: Researchers studied the entire life cycle of packaged beverage containers to determine which had the lowest environmental impact. The conclusion: PET bottled water containers impact the environment less than aluminum cans, paperboard cartons, glass bottles, or even PET soda bottles. The reason: PET bottled water containers weigh less, and lower material usage means less impact from material extraction and manufacturing. And remembering to recycle will lower that impact even more! #BottledWaterFacts #HealthyHydration #Recycle

POST ON MAY 30, MEMORIAL DAY: Today we remember and honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice for us. #MemorialDay