Summer starts tomorrow. Ironically in Massachusetts it's been the one of the WETTEST JUNES on record. My plants are loving it. Beth can't seem to get the message – drink. more. water = feel better = grow better? Moms are always right.
In order to keep her family on track, some Moms pass down advice through generations; others create their own pieces of wisdom. Sometimes the advice Mom gives can seem a little “out there”, influenced by her own unique traditions and values. But there’s no denying that Mom’s advice always comes from the heart. We celebrate Mom for all of her unique wisdom.
Moms have provided many pure words of wisdom. Listed below is some of our favorite advice.
- “Be patient, breathe, and smile. Everything will always work out.” #momswisdom
- “Don’t be a worrywart” #momswisdom
- “Be independent and follow your dreams.” #momswisdom
- “If someone is giving you a hard time, give them kindness in return.” #momswisdom
- “It’s always better to walk away than to say words you can’t take back.” #momswisdom
- “Don’t let small details upset you. Look at the big picture and what's really important.” #momswisdom
- “Your individuality makes you unique and wonderful.” #momswisdom
- “Mother knows best” #momswisdom
- “Opportunity is always knocking, you just have to listen hard enough to hear it.” #momswisdom
- “Trust your gut instincts.” #momswisdom
- “Learn from your past but do not let it define you.” #momswisdom
Water tips –
Mom probably gave you some pure wisdom to help you live a healthy life. That’s why Nestlé® Pure Life® wants to help you share some wisdom on how to stay hydrated this summer.
– Did you know that 60% of an adult body is water? Keep it well hydrated by drinking enough water!
Source: USDA Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion
– In addition to drinking plain water every day, eating foods with high moisture content—such as fruits and vegetables—could be a good way to increase total water consumption. Water constitutes 90% of most fruits and vegetables and about 50% of meats. Source: USDA Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotionhttp://www.cnpp.usda.gov/Publications/NutritionInsights/Insight27.pdf
– Drink water instead of sugary drinks when you’re thirsty. Regular soda, energy or sports drinks, and other sweet drinks usually contain added sugar. To manage your daily calorie intake, sip water or other drinks with few or no calories. Source: ChooseMyPlate.govhttp://choosemyplate.gov/foodgroups/downloads/TenTips/DGTipsheet19MakeBetterBeverageChoices.pdf
– Drink water with and between your meals. Adults and children take in about 400 calories per day as beverages—drinking water can help you manage your calorie intakes. Source: ChooseMyPlate.gov
– Water is a great choice when it comes to daily hydration. Have ready-to-go containers filled with water available in the refrigerator. Place them in lunch boxes or backpacks for easy access when kids are away from home. Source: ChooseMyPlate.govhttp://choosemyplate.gov/foodgroups/downloads/TenTips/DGTipsheet19MakeBetterBeverageChoices.pdf"
How do you get in your daily water? Do you aim for a particular goal?