31-Day Water & Wellness Challenge 2020

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It’s almost time to put your swimsuits and beach umbrellas away, but don’t pack up your water bottle! Cooler weather doesn’t mean you should stop drinking water. If you want to remain healthy, keep filling up that water bottle every time you leave the house. N.C. Cooperative Extension of Pitt County will be promoting drinking water during the month of October.

This challenge is to encourage participants to drink 64 oz of water per day for 31 days. A well-hydrated body and mind are key to living a holistically balanced life and can help you take care of yourself during this highly stressful time.

Participants will receive a water bottle and be asked to log in daily water intake for 31 days. This challenge starts on Thursday, October 1, and will end on October 31, 2020.

Please REGISTER below to get your water bottle and log your water intake (64 oz) each day. Water bottles will be available for pick up on September 29 & 30 at the N.C. Cooperative Extension of Pitt County office, 403 Government Circle, Suite 2 Greenville, NC 27834. Participants who have signed up will receive a water bottle.

The goal is to drink 64 ounces a day= 8 glasses of water.

Each Monday you will be emailed or you can print a new weekly log in. You can also complete the water log online. Attached is the printable version sheet and a paper copy will be available at N.C. Cooperative Extension of Pitt County office.

Please sign up to get the weekly log in link. Email or call Taneisha Armstrong at tsarmstr@ncsu.edu or 252-902-1714 for any questions or need assistance with registration. Cost $5. Make checks payable to Pitt County.

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Water Challenge