In January 2020, the New York Times reported that there was an uptick in New Year's resolutions to drink more water. Yet, in September 2020, the New York Post reported that more than half of American adults do not drink enough water, according to a study conducted by Evian. As a result, "drink more water" resolutions might carry over into 2021.
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While the recommended amount of water depends on an individual's health — eight glasses is typically suggested — the CDC advises that you "carry a water bottle with you and refill it throughout the day." This can help you remember to drink water, keep track of how much you're drinking, and provide you with easy access to water when you're thirsty.
With the CDC's advice in mind, we've curated a list of cute reusable water bottles that can motivate you to stay hydrated in 2021.
This stainless steel bottle comes in contrasting colors that say, "Hey! I'm here! Don't forget to drink water."
Whether your drink is hot or cold, you can count on S'well to keep it that way with its triple-layered, vacuum-insulated construction. We also love how this particular bottle looks like a crystal.
If you prefer a water bottle that's sleek and shiny, Klean Kanteen has got you covered.
This water-inspired bottle was designed in collaboration with Indigenous artist Jaden Redhair. $5 from every bottle purchase goes toward combating the Navajo Nation's water crisis.
The Hydro Flask shade "fog" is both soothing and chic.
We love this message. We love the rainbow font. We love Harry Styles. This water bottle is a triple-threat.
With this unique green hue, your water bottle can add a pop of color to any ensemble.
This water bottle features an unscrewable compartment for adding ice cubes, along with measurement marks, and colors inspired by urban scenes.
Made of lightweight glass covered in a protective silicone sleeve, this water bottle is both sustainable and stunning.
We can't get enough of this stone mosaic bottle.
This color-blocked bottle is similar to the HAY Sowden Bottle, but instead features a circular top.
Let everyone know whose water bottle is whose by having your initial stamped on it.
If you're looking to turn heads, this futuristic water bottle is the ticket.
Anna is a Los Angeles-based writer and editor who covers lifestyle and design content for Hunker. She's written for Apartment Therapy, the L.A. Times, Forge, and more. She previously worked as the lifestyle editor at HelloGiggles and deputy editor at So Yummy. Her email: email@example.com