I was thrilled to be invited to work with Brita® on their campaign to raise awareness about the importance of making changes and improving quality of life. They sent me some gift cards to buy a Brita at my nearest Albertson’s, even though I already have one at home and I can’t even remember my life without having a Brita in my fridge.
I found the Brita in the water aisle at Albertson’s, don’t mind the beer and alcohol sign for the next aisle over. Let’s stick to the healthy water aisle.
Here’s a list of things that Brita makes better:
Brita reduces the taste and odor of chlorine, and other contaminants, to deliver great-tasting water while removing impurities that can cause illness over time
Drinking more water helps you boost your immune system, consumer less sugar, lose weight and sleep better. It is especially important for infants, children and breastfeeding moms.
By drinking filtered water, you are reducing the amount of plastic bottles that end up in our landfills and oceans. 1 Brita filter used = 300 plastic bottles saved.
With every sip, you are saving costs on water. The estimated annual cost for a Brita pitcher is $89 compared to $1,034 estimated annual costs of buying bottled water.
I’m excited to be giving out a Brita filter on behalf of Brita. Now you too can benefit from all the things that Brita makes better.
Here’s how to enter:
This post was sponsored by Brita but the opinions are completely my own based on my experience.
Brita® is all about making improvements in all aspects of life; and that philosophy extends into ensuring every drop of water is thirst-quenching and amazing to drink. This summer, they have teamed up with NBA all-star Stephen Curry and Albertson’s Grocery to raise awareness about the importance of making changes and improving your quality of life as a result. Whether it’s a change to improve your personal health and wellness, or a pact to lessen your impact on the environment, the change for cleaner, healthier water will improve how you spend your summer.