Water conservation is absolutely vital – especially in a country like Australia, where you can never take it for granted. But we all rely so heavily on water. As a result, conserving water isn’t always a straightforward exercise. So what can we do at home to conserve water? Continue reading
It falls from the sky all around us. It’s enough to cause flooding in a desert and make the sea itself rise. But is it safe to drink rainwater? We often get that question, and it’s an understandable one. Rainwater seems like the obvious choice of drinking water. It’s clean, abundant in most parts of Queensland, and it’s pretty easy to collect. Continue reading
Here are fifty reasons why you should be drinking as much water as possible!
#1 Drink more water if you want to lose weight!
#2 Drinking water helps your nails stay in great condition
It’s no secret that clean drinking water is an absolute essential. But just how clean does our water have to be? There are plenty of guidelines and regulations that govern the purity of our drinking water. Whether it comes from taps, bottles, tanks, or coolers, drinking water has to meet the minimum standards of purity. Continue reading
Plastic pollution in the ocean is a big deal. It’s already at crisis point now, but the problem seems to be getting worse before it gets any better. So it’s up to all of us to take steps against plastic pollution in the ocean. But how can you do that? After all, we rely so heavily on plastic that cutting out its use altogether seems almost impossible. Well, maybe almost, but not quite! There’s actually quite a lot each of us can do individually in the fight against plastic pollution. Here are some of our tips.
Water conservation is a vital part of education for kids. But so often, it goes overlooked. If you’ve noticed that your kids are unsure of what steps they can take to protect our precious water supply, these resources might help. Of course, the best way to teach is by example, as well. So get yourself prepared to save water too!
Hydration is the key to good health all year round. Already, most of us just don’t drink enough water every day. So when the hot weather of summer rolls around, staying hydrated can become a serious challenge. Luckily, there are a few tricks to getting your recommended water intake every day. Often, it’s just a matter of thinking outside the square. That’s why we’ve added a few of our favourite tips to this guide on staying hydrated in hot weather. Not only will they help you stay healthy, but they’ll also have you feeling good in the process.
We all know that drinking water is important. Whether it’s day time, night time, morning, or afternoon, drinking water is the only way to stay hydrated. But, like breakfast, what we drink in the morning sets us up for the day. And when you look at some of the amazing benefits of drinking water in the morning, that is certainly clear! Drinking water in the morning has benefits most of us aren’t even aware of. So to fill you in, we’ve put together this list. Continue reading
Australia is one the driest continents on Earth. And although it might not feel like it in coastal Queensland, we are not immune! Just a few months of unusually dry weather can see our dams and lakes lose a little water. In the grips of drought, the effects are unsurprisingly more extreme. That’s why proactive action is important. But what can we do to save water? There is no shortage of water saving tips, so we have listed our five favourites here. Continue reading
There’s a lot of information out there on drinking water. And with any information, comes misinformation! So let’s separate fact from fiction: what is good about drinking plenty of water? Take a look at these facts and myths on drinking water, and find out.