I have a hard time drinking enough water sometimes, and I know that I read that other people sometimes have the same problem. Drinking water can help you stay full when you are losing weight, and I also think it has helped me maintain my weight loss.
I was wondering what you all drink when it starts to get chilly outside. Ever since I lost all my weight I tend to be very cold natured. When I was heavier, I wanted the car’s air conditioning blasting at me, but these days, the vents get pointed as far away from me as possible.
I think John secretly wishes I wasn’t always cold, because during the fall and winter, I move the heat up, and he moves it down. In the car he often tells me, “Okay, I’m cooked all the way through. Yes sir, I’m definitely done.” I laugh, but unless he complains some more, I just leave the heat on! (I’m bad, I know!)
Drinking enough water in the cooler weather seasons has always been hard for me. In the spring and summer, I do fine, but winter is a different story. Usually I end up drinking a lot more decaf teas and tepid water. The decaf teas are okay, but the tap water is kinda yuck and warm. Sometimes I put a bit of lemon in hot water and that makes it kinda okay.
So I was wondering if you have a hard time drinking enough water in the cold months, and if so, what do you drink? And do you think our hydration needs are the same in the winter as the summer? Diane
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