-ONE- Set a goal. Eight is great, but aim for the daily recommended total for water: 9 to 11 eight-ounce cups for women and 10 to 13 cups for men. -TWO- Drink a glass of water right after you wake up in the morning to jump-start the day. -THREE- Incorporate more water-rich foods into your diet. Grapes, celery, melons, and other foods add to your water intake. from the juicery For a deliciously healthy pick-me-up, stop by the in-store Fresh Thyme Juicery. Fruits juiced on the spot are the specialty of the house. Need energy? Try the Red Thyme Superhero. For a soothing mix, sip an Orange Thyme. Or order a Green Thyme for a whole-body refresh. didyouknow? Around60%ofourbodiesare water!hydrationiscrucial,butbe carefuladdingdrinkswithcaffeine asitcanworkagainstyou. —Freshthyme registereddietitian kerryclifford, ms,rd,ldn toyourdiet 7ways toadd -FOUR- Have a little fun and add some flavor to your water-drinking goal by sipping infused waters. Or choose sparkling or mineral waters over sodas. -FIVE- Stay on track with a smartphone app that logs your water progress, such as Waterlogged, Hydro Coach, and Daily Water. -SIX- Make a habit of sipping water after every bathroom break or each time you leave your desk and pass the water cooler or fountain. It will eventually become automatic. -SEVEN- Buy a cool-looking water bottle. It will encourage you to use it, and stainless-steel bottles can keep a drink the perfect temperature for hours. STRAWBERRY BASIL Strawberries bring vitamin C; the basil contains disease- fighting antioxidants. BLUEBERRY ROSEMARY A sweet way to gain fiber and antioxidants. PINEAPPLE MINT Flavorful and fresh, it reduces inflammation. BLACKBERRYSAGE Get a healthy dose of vitamin C, vitamin A, and antioxidants. Increasing the amount of water you drink is easy. Here are seven ways to make it happen. 30 Fresh Thyme Crave | freshthyme.com