The one thing you’re probably not getting enough of this summer

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Long days, endless sunshine, perfect picnics and afternoon swims - there’s plenty of things we’re getting enough of this summer.

But when it comes to our health, one thing many people in the UK could do with more of - especially in the warmer months - is adequate hydration.

It’s all-too-easy to forget the simple daily task of drinking enough water and falling ill to dehydration. We’ve all been there and we all know the symptoms - headaches, lack of concentration, irregular digestion, even overeating.

As little as a two per cent loss in our body’s water content can result in dehydration, so it’s vital to keep those fluids up - especially on a warm summer’s day.

With the summer solstice hot-on-our heels for 2018 (we’ll get the most daylight of any day in the calendar year on June 21!) - we’re releasing our top five summer hydration tips. Drink up!

1. Don’t wait - drink now!

Don’t wait until you’re thirsty to drink water. If you do, it’s likely your body hasn’t maintained proper hydration throughout the day. Try to take a few sips of water every half hour to stay on track.

2. Invest in a reusable water bottle.

World Environment Day earlier this month reminded us all of the importance of investing in a reusable water bottle. Refuse products you can’t reuse - you’ll feel better for it, improve the environment and keep yourself healthy. Win, win, win.

3. Keep your water bottle in-hand.

It sounds simple - but how many of us forget to carry a water bottle with us? Keeping a water bottle handy from your home, to the office, to the gym reminds you to take regular sips throughout the day.

4. Spice up the flavour!

If you get bored of regular H2O - spice up the flavour by adding healthy fresh fruit - lemon, lime, berries or cucumbers all change-up the taste and ensure you keep on sipping.

5. Set a smart reminder.

We’ve launched our new EQUA Smart Water Bottle on Kickstarter - the future of hydration thanks to smart technology! The bottle reminds you when it’s time to take a sip of water with a subtle glow, tracking overall water intake and helping you build healthy hydration habits by linking to a specialised app. Get yours on Kickstarter with special offers until Thursday, June 28.

Our water intake needs are all different - based on a range of factors including our age, weight, environmental conditions and daily activity habits. For your healthiest summer yet - know your hydration needs, set yourself a daily water intake goal and keep drinking that H2O!

Stella Korosec

EQUA Co-Founder

*EQUA has proudly launched the EQUA Smart Water Bottle on Kickstarter - it’s the future of hydration thanks to smart technology! Order yours with special offers before the Kickstarter campaign ends on Thursday June 28!

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*Press photos of EQUA Smart Water Bottle are available via Dropbox.

All information provided in this article, and on this website is for general information and entertainment purposes only. It in no way constitutes professional advice - reading, making decisions based upon and/or using any information within this article is done so at the reader’s own risk. Under no circumstances will Katharine Clift be liable for any loss or damage (including without limitation indirect or consequential loss or damage) or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of, or in connection with, the use of this website or article. Unless otherwise noted, Katharine Clift is the legal copyright holder of all material on this website, and it cannot be reprinted or re-published without written consent. Any personal and/or contact information provided to Katharine Clift or Katie Clift Consulting will be kept private, and will not be sold or disclosed to any other companies.

The one winter health tip you’re bound to have forgotten this season

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We rug up with big blankets, dose up on multivitamins, pop our slow-cookers on and think we’re ready to win the war against the winter season.

But there’s one winter health tip many Australians are bound to have forgotten this season: staying hydrated.

It’s easy to remember to drink more water when the sun is out, the sweat is on and summer is in full swing. 

But what about the winter months?

When we feel cooler, we can easily forget the need to drink more water. But staying hydrated is crucial in colder months - just as it is when the temperatures are warmer.

Heed our top five tips to winter hydration and ensure you drink more water on the way to good health! Cheers!

1. Don’t wait!

Don’t wait until you’re thirsty to drink water. When we wait until we feel thirsty, it’s often too late - we may already be dehydrated - and our bodies likely haven’t maintained proper hydration throughout the day. Try to take a few sips of water every half hour to stay on track.

2. Keep a reusable water bottle handy.

It sounds simple - but how many of us forget to carry a water bottle with us? Keeping a reusable water bottle handy from the work desk to your handbag, to the gym, to your bedside table - reminds you to take regular sips.

3. Nail your favourite, functional style.

When you own a water bottle that you love - from colour, to style, design and functionality - you’ll be more likely to carry it, use it and take good care of it. Buy a bottle that suits your favourite style, and drink more water as a result.

4. Set up a smart reminder.

We have launched our new EQUA Smart Water Bottle on Kickstarter - the future of hydration in winter (and summer!) thanks to smart technology! The bottle reminds you when it’s time to take a sip of water with a subtle glow, tracking overall water intake and helping you build healthy hydration habits by linking to a specialised app. Get yours on Kickstarter with special offers until Thursday, June 28.

5. Know your hydration needs.

Our water intake needs are all different - based on a range of factors including our age, weight, environmental conditions and daily activity habits. Seek medical advice to find out the recommended intake for you - and set a daily hydration goal.

Remember - as little as two per cent loss in our body’s water content can result in dehydration.

Avoid headaches, lack of concentration, irregular digestion - all the symptoms that come with dehydration - and stay as healthy as possible this winter season.

Drink up!

Stella Korosec

EQUA Co-Founder

*EQUA has proudly launched the EQUA Smart Water Bottle on Kickstarter - it’s the future of hydration thanks to smart technology! Order yours with special offers before the Kickstarter campaign ends on Thursday June 28!

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*Press photos of EQUA Smart Water Bottle are available via Dropbox.

All information provided in this article, and on this website is for general information and entertainment purposes only. It in no way constitutes professional advice - reading, making decisions based upon and/or using any information within this article is done so at the reader’s own risk. Under no circumstances will Katharine Clift be liable for any loss or damage (including without limitation indirect or consequential loss or damage) or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of, or in connection with, the use of this website or article. Unless otherwise noted, Katharine Clift is the legal copyright holder of all material on this website, and it cannot be reprinted or re-published without written consent. Any personal and/or contact information provided to Katharine Clift or Katie Clift Consulting will be kept private, and will not be sold or disclosed to any other companies.

Nothing left to coincidence: EQUA tech elements support daily hydration

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The creators behind the EQUA Smart Water Bottle say not one element of the design or technology was left to coincidence, in order to truly help men and women across Australia stay in charge of their wellbeing.

Designed to help busy people stay as healthy as possible, the EQUA Smart Water Bottle, which utilises smart technology to improve hydration, is currently on Kickstarter.

Co-Founder and CEO of EQUA, Anze Miklavec, said the specific technology behind EQUA’s Smart Water Bottle existed to fully support the wellbeing and performance of its users.

“It’s not that we can’t live without technology, but it’s the ease that it comes with, the convenience, the empowerment, to help with our daily routines,” Anze said.

“Drinking water is one of those simple daily routines, yet much of the population is still dehydrated, and the EQUA Smart Water Bottle is here because of that - to keep you on track and in charge of your wellbeing.

“EQUA’s smart hydration assistant connects with your smartphone via Bluetooth to enhance your hydration process with the EQUA app.

“There’s a big team working behind the creation of the EQUA Smart Water Bottle. We made sure it is supported with the best combination of hardware, software and firmware solutions.

“The app itself needed to be super user-friendly, yet powerful. The artificial intelligence components are what I’m most proud of as I believe every user is a unique human being, and requires a personalised hydration plan and support.

“This and much more is only the beginning of what the EQUA app will continue to develop in.”

The EQUA Smart Water Bottle reminds users when it’s time to take a sip of water with a subtle glow, tracking overall water intake and helping users build healthy hydration habits through smart technology.

“Not one element of the design process was left to be a coincidence - every part of EQUA bottle is considered from the functional aspect as well as from the design and aesthetics,” Anze said.

“The fact that you can carry your EQUA bottle everywhere is super important. You can even clip it on different hooks, it fits in your car cup holder, in your backpack water bottle case. In fact it will look good on your office desk as well as in the gym.

“A busy lifestyle sometimes calls for help of technology and so our message is that EQUA is a great gadget that helps us to be friendly to nature, and stay healthy.”

Minimalistic in shape and colour, EQUA Smart Water Bottle is crafted with a combination of light and durable stainless steel, a visually rich marble top and metallic handle.

With three colour options - Snow White, Pink Blush and Dark Grey - this smart and functional 680ml water bottle will also keep water content cold for up to 24 hours and warm for up to 12 hours.

The EQUA Smart Water Bottle has been launched globally via a Kickstarter Campaign, running until June 28, 2018.

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During this period, customers around the world can expect a range of offers - including the limited- time early-bird discounted price of $48 USD (more than 40 per cent discount for the product, which has an RRP of $84 USD).

More information about the EQUA Smart Water Bottle, and to stay up-to-date during the Kickstarter launch, visit https://myequa.com/pages/equa-smart-water-bottle.

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All information provided in this article, and on this website is for general information and entertainment purposes only. It in no way constitutes professional advice - reading, making decisions based upon and/or using any information within this article is done so at the reader’s own risk. Under no circumstances will Katharine Clift be liable for any loss or damage (including without limitation indirect or consequential loss or damage) or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of, or in connection with, the use of this website or article. Unless otherwise noted, Katharine Clift is the legal copyright holder of all material on this website, and it cannot be reprinted or re-published without written consent. Any personal and/or contact information provided to Katharine Clift or Katie Clift Consulting will be kept private, and will not be sold or disclosed to any other companies.

Five ways to cope when you can’t stand your job

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Your alarm goes off, and you shudder, groan and want to scream. Perhaps you throw the buzzing clock across the room - or you switch it off wearily, dragging yourself out of bed to reluctantly face the morning.

Most of us know the feeling of having to face the day, fronting up to a job we simply can’t stand.

Whether we’ve been in the workforce for a number of years - or we’re just entering our first 9-5 job - not enjoying work can affect us at any stage of life.

I can clearly recall times in my life where I have felt significantly stuck, unfulfilled, and held back from doing 100 per cent authentically what I have always wanted to do.

But, I have also made it out the other side. As a lifecoach, much of my work now is helping people make the necessary changes in their daily lives to do what they really want to do, and become who they want to become.

So if you’re currently in the thick of a daily grind you just can’t stand - here are five of my best tips to cope.

1. Be thankful.

I know this one can feel very forced - but being thankful on purpose is a crucial way to keep a healthy mindset, in order to cope with a job you can’t stand. Maybe it’s a friendly co-worker, the scenery on your morning commute, or reminding yourself of the very fact that you have a job in the first place - whatever you can find to be thankful for, focus on it on purpose.

2. Follow a morning routine you love.

This is one of my favourite tips to coping daily - find a morning routine you love, and stick to it. From exercising for 20 minutes, to taking time out to enjoy a coffee or healthy breakfast, to setting aside time to connect with family or friends - how you start makes a difference to how you handle your whole day.

3. Be honest with yourself.

Often we’re so caught up in our daily schedules that we don’t stop long enough to be honest with ourselves about how we feel. How much do you really want to change your current circumstances? Is there a industry that may be better suited to you? Do you need to invest in a different field of study to ensure your future goals are met? Being honest helps you handle where you are, and start working toward where you want to be.

4. Release stress.

Find the activities that help you to cope with stress - and be deliberate about investing in them. Meditation, a change in diet, committing to regular exercise, talking with a friend or getting creative with your favourite hobby on a daily basis can take your mind off the elements you don’t like about your job, helping you to navigate the current season.

5. Get clear on your soul purpose.

Getting clear on your soul purpose is essential to the longevity of coping with a daily grind you dislike. Understanding your purpose and life passion allows you to be intuitive, receptive and regenerative - opening you up to new opportunities today, and different work opportunities in future.

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Much of my work is focused on helping people understand the purpose and discover their passions in life. I am firmly focused on about helping people break out of a daily routine they can’t stand to work in jobs where they are making a difference and enjoying every day of their lives.

In fact, that’s why I’m hosting my event Reclaim Your Extraordinary Self on last weekend of June in Queensland. It’s centered on helping Queenslanders from a range of business and community backgrounds reclaim vision and passion in their lives. Find out more, and get more tips to coping with the daily grind, via sallythibault.com.au/event.

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Sally Thibault
Lifecoach, Author Speaker

*Visit sallythibault.com.au/event to register now for Sally’s event, Reclaim Your Extraordinary Self.

All information provided in this article, and on this website is for general information and entertainment purposes only. It in no way constitutes professional advice - reading, making decisions based upon and/or using any information within this article is done so at the reader’s own risk. Under no circumstances will Katharine Clift be liable for any loss or damage (including without limitation indirect or consequential loss or damage) or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of, or in connection with, the use of this website or article. Unless otherwise noted, Katharine Clift is the legal copyright holder of all material on this website, and it cannot be reprinted or re-published without written consent. Any personal and/or contact information provided to Katharine Clift or Katie Clift Consulting will be kept private, and will not be sold or disclosed to any other companies.

UK urged to beat plastic pollution this World Environment Day

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Consumers across the UK are being urged to help beat plastic pollution by refusing products they can’t reuse, including water bottles, this World Environment Day - today, Tuesday 5 June.

World Environment Day is the UN's most important day for encouraging awareness and action for the protection of the environment - in recent years, millions of people have taken part globally.

European company EQUA, who last month launched the EQUA Smart Water Bottle Kickstarter campaign in the UK, are urging consumers to refuse plastic water bottles that they can’t reuse.

EQUA Co-founder Stella Korosec said they were proud to be supporting such a crucial global initiative - and urged Australians to do so too.

“About one million plastic drinking bottles are purchased every minute around the world, according to the UN,” Ms Korosec said.

“This is an enormous issue that we can all do something to stop - World Environment Day is all about encouraging us to personally do what we can to reduce plastic pollution every day.

“One of the easiest changes we can make is to stop buying plastic water bottles, and to invest in a bottle we can reuse time and again - like our EQUA Smart Water Bottle, launched recently on Kickstarter and supported by the global community.

“We have been especially amazed at the support for this Kickstarter campaign - we spent eight years observing thousands of our clients’ hydration habits to create the EQUA Smart Water Bottle.

“Our Kickstarter campaign is community funded and community supported - the response to the launch shows consumers are greatly concerned about the environment - they want to invest in a positive product and initiative that helps make the world a better place.

“It’s important for all of us - businesses and consumers - to care for nature - and we’re so happy to see thousands of people committed to doing that through an initiative as simple as our campaign.”

Statistics released by the UN show half of all plastic produced is designed to be used only once — and then thrown away.

Today, the world produces about 300 million tonnes of plastic waster every year - nearly equivalent to the weight of the entire population**.

The EQUA Smart Water Bottle is available for pre-order now, via the global Kickstarter Campaign, running until 28 June, 2018.

During this period, customers around the world can expect a range of offers - including the limited-time early-bird discounted price of $48 USD (more than 40 per cent discount for the product, which has an RRP of $84 USD).

The EQUA Smart Water Bottle Kickstarter campaign is online at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/goat-mug/equa-smart-water-bottle-meet-the-future-of-hydrati.  

More information about World Environment Day is available at http://worldenvironmentday.global/.

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*Press photos of EQUA Smart Water Bottle are available via Dropbox.

** https://www.unenvironment.org/interactive/beat-plastic-pollution/

About EQUA BRAND

EQUA brand was founded in 2010 as a result of love for nature and healthy lifestyle. The team believes in the goodness of mankind and promotes nature preservation through designing water bottles. The idea was and still is to change people’s mindset by encouraging the mass to replace disposable bottles for reusable ones. EQUA brand is quality and style captured in a (reusable) bottle. The EQUA family grows bigger every year in means of product versatility and the number of team members. Headquartered in Slovenia, the company is committed to changing people’s behaviour and lifestyle. Adopting their energy is easy. For more information on EQUA brand please visit: www.myequa.com.

All information provided in this article, and on this website is for general information and entertainment purposes only. It in no way constitutes professional advice - reading, making decisions based upon and/or using any information within this article is done so at the reader’s own risk. Under no circumstances will Katharine Clift be liable for any loss or damage (including without limitation indirect or consequential loss or damage) or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of, or in connection with, the use of this website or article. Unless otherwise noted, Katharine Clift is the legal copyright holder of all material on this website, and it cannot be reprinted or re-published without written consent. Any personal and/or contact information provided to Katharine Clift or Katie Clift Consulting will be kept private, and will not be sold or disclosed to any other companies.

This month, it’s time to reclaim your extraordinary self

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No matter our day job - business owners, students, stay-at-home parents, managers, employees… many of us, time and again, have had the feeling that we are here to do something far greater than what we’re currently doing.

Perhaps you feel you’re not investing where you should… or you watch other people create success doing what they love - but you’re not quite sure how to do it for yourself.

I have had these - and many other similar feelings of insecurity in the past myself. I know what it means to feel the inkling of what I would like to do, but being unsure how to make a proper living doing it.

I have felt stuck, unfulfilled, and held back from living 100 per cent authentically as who I am - and doing what I have always wanted to do.

But, I have also made it through those feelings - rediscovering my purpose, and reclaiming my extraordinary self - and it’s something I can help you to do, too.

So many of us live years of our lives struggling with these challenges - and being unsure of how to break through and live the life we know we’re meant to live.

After years of being honest with myself, and helping others to find the strength and courage to re-invent and re-structure the course of their goals and vision in life - I have created a two-day event that specifically addresses self-sabotage and imposter syndrome - to help more people rediscover their purpose.

I have been where you have been, and felt what you have felt. And I believe I can help - this month.

My event, Reclaim Your Extraordinary Self, will help you identify the personal patterns that hold you back and stop you achieving the personal and professional success you dream of.

I am passionate about helping people rewire a new belief system about who they are and what they can achieve, including strategies they can implement immediately.

My two-day event is for anyone who identifies with these feelings, challenges, struggles and conflicts. Whether you own a business, are currently unemployed, or have desired for years to move on from a job for a new purpose - but have been unsure how to do so.

If you want practical strategies and understanding to live out your purpose - releasing stress and anxiety to experience true joy and freedom - then this event may well just be for you.

Reclaim Your Extraordinary Self, held over the 30 June to 1 July weekend, will be two full days of transformation, information and implementation to help you, and many others, reconnect to your soul purpose.

Are you ready to reclaim your most extraordinary self? Register now via sallythibault.com.au/event!

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Sally Thibault| Lifecoach, Author Speaker

*Visit sallythibault.com.au/event to register now for Sally’s event, Reclaim Your Extraordinary Self.

All information provided in this article, and on this website is for general information and entertainment purposes only. It in no way constitutes professional advice - reading, making decisions based upon and/or using any information within this article is done so at the reader’s own risk. Under no circumstances will Katharine Clift be liable for any loss or damage (including without limitation indirect or consequential loss or damage) or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of, or in connection with, the use of this website or article. Unless otherwise noted, Katharine Clift is the legal copyright holder of all material on this website, and it cannot be reprinted or re-published without written consent. Any personal and/or contact information provided to Katharine Clift or Katie Clift Consulting will be kept private, and will not be sold or disclosed to any other companies.

Letter to the Editor: Australians invited to donate, saving the lives of children in need

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Dear Editor,
Imagine Ethiopia: a country with a population of 40 million children under the age of 18.

Now imagine being given the opportunity to support and enable the training and development of the world’s first paediatric heart surgeon in Ethiopia.

A surgeon who treats, among many complications, congenital heart defects - which can be responsible for more deaths in the first year of life than any other birth defect.

This is the groundbreaking investment Save A Child’s Heart has been able to make in Ethiopia - and for children around the world - thanks to money raised from donors globally, including right here in Australia.

Save A Child’s Heart (SACH) is a global charity - recently named one of two institutional winners of this year’s 2018 United Nations Population Award.

Our charity has trained Ethiopia’s first paediatric heart surgeon - who is currently completing a fellowship program in Australia, developing his specialised skills before returning to work as the country’s first full trained paediatric cardiac surgeon in 2019.

SACH has a strong presence in Australia, giving locals the opportunity to fund our vital, lifesaving work - helping to save as many children as possible with heart disease regardless of nationality, religion, race, gender or financial situation.

Thanks to the donations of many around the world, we are also enabled to create centres of medical expertise in developing countries, enabling local physicians to treat patients from their own communities independently.

To date, Save a Child's Heart have saved the lives of more than 4,740 children from 56 countries in Africa, South America, Europe, Asia, and throughout the Middle East, and trained more than 150 medical team members from these countries.

In Australia, we are truly blessed with the access we have to health and medical services - this is often not the case in other developing countries.

We have a great opportunity to help children and families in serious need around the world. We can use our resources to better the lives of others - and in some cases, literally save lives.

I invite all Australians to consider partnering with us, to enable this significant work. Those who donate can financially support SACH projects, including the International Paediatric Cardiac Center in Israel, SACH Medical Missions and Training Doctors.

It’s easy to donate directly to Save A Child’s Heart Australia - online via saveachildsheart.com, following links to the Donation page specifically for Australia.

I thank all Australians who have invested to support our lifesaving work - we couldn’t do what we do, for children and families in need around the world - without you.

Sharonne Antonir
CEO
Save A Child’s Heart Australia

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ABOUT SACH in Australia

Save A Child’s Heart Australia is committed to raising awareness about the global work of SACH, to save as many children as possible with heart disease from developing countries - regardless of nationality, religion, race, gender or financial situation.

Individuals and organisations in Australia can partner with SACH to raise funds and support the work of the charity globally. Australians can financially support SACH projects, including the International Paediatric Cardiac Center in Israel, SACH Medical Missions and Training Doctors.

All information provided in this article, and on this website is for general information and entertainment purposes only. It in no way constitutes professional advice - reading, making decisions based upon and/or using any information within this article is done so at the reader’s own risk. Under no circumstances will Katharine Clift be liable for any loss or damage (including without limitation indirect or consequential loss or damage) or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of, or in connection with, the use of this website or article. Unless otherwise noted, Katharine Clift is the legal copyright holder of all material on this website, and it cannot be reprinted or re-published without written consent. Any personal and/or contact information provided to Katharine Clift or Katie Clift Consulting will be kept private, and will not be sold or disclosed to any other companies.

The future of hydration has launched - new EQUA Smart Water Bottle builds healthy habits thanks to smart technology

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The latest innovation in smart technology, a smart water bottle providing hydration guidance to create healthier habits for all consumers - has launched globally on Kickstarter.

The EQUA Smart Water Bottle, the future of hydration, was developed after eight years of the EQUA team observing thousands of its clients’ hydration habits.

The new water bottle reminds users when it’s time to take a sip of water with a subtle glow, tracking overall water intake and helping users build healthy hydration habits through smart technology.

Co-Founder and CEO of EQUA, Anze Miklavec, said EQUA Smart Water Bottle used smart features for more control over every person’s daily water intake.

“You are an individual that deserves and requires a personalised hydration plan. Our bottle in combination with the app enables you to do just that.” said Anze Miklavec.

“As little as two per cent of loss in our body’s water content can result in dehydration. This can lead to health related issues such as headaches, lack of concentration and irregular digestion.

“One of the observations the EQUA team made was that more than half of their users have experienced unreasonably low energy levels, poor performance in their workplace and headaches at the end of the day.

“Those were consequences of people not drinking enough water and/or not spreading their water consumption regularly throughout their day.”

EQUA’s smart hydration assistant connects with your smartphone via Bluetooth to enhance your hydration process with the EQUA app.

Once you set your personal characteristics and lifestyle, the app generates a personalised hydration program with the recommended daily water intake. The app allows for changes in the frequency and intensity of visual reminders and it tracks your hydration levels.

The idea behind EQUA Smart Water Bottle was to also enable users to take a break from the electronic clutter that surrounds us, while still offering smart notifications when needed - a subtle yet effective glow on the bottom of the bottle reminding you it’s time for another sip of water.

And if you’re not sure whether you’re keeping up with your daily hydration goal, a smart gesture (a gentle tap on the bottle) will reveal how well you are doing without the need to check your phone.

“We put extra attention to details and user experience into every product we design,” Stella Korosec, co-founder and CMO of EQUA said.

“The smart bottle is a result of eight years of experience, customer feedback and our own design evolution and development.”

Minimalistic in shape and colour, EQUA Smart Water Bottle is crafted with a combination of light and durable stainless steel, a visually rich marble top and metallic handle.

With three colour options - white, rose and dark grey - this smart and functional 680ml water bottle will also keep water content cold for up to 24 hours and warm for up to 12 hours.

The EQUA Smart Water Bottle has been launched globally via a Kickstarter Campaign, running until June 28, 2018.

During this period, customers around the world can expect a range of offers - including the limited- time early-bird discounted price of $48 USD (more than 40 per cent discount for the product, which has an RRP of $84 USD).

The core team of EQUA has a glowing resume when it comes to crowdfunding with two extremely successful Kickstarter campaigns already behind them, raising more than $1 million USD to date.

They started with the unique GOAT Mug, followed by GINA Smart Coffee Instrument and now they are excited to return in grand style and present this evolution in hydration to Kickstarter early adopters.

More information about the EQUA Smart Water Bottle, and to stay up-to-date during the Kickstarter launch, visit https://myequa.com/pages/equa-smart-water-bottle.

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About EQUA BRAND

EQUA brand was founded in 2010 as a result of love for nature and healthy lifestyle. The team believes in the goodness of mankind and promotes nature preservation through designing water bottles. The idea was and still is to change people’s mindset by encouraging the mass to replace disposable bottles for reusable ones. EQUA brand is quality and style captured in a (reusable) bottle. The EQUA family grows bigger every year in means of product versatility and the number of team members. Headquartered in Slovenia, the company is committed to changing people’s behaviour and lifestyle. Adopting their energy is easy. For more information on EQUA brand please visit: www.myequa.com.

All information provided in this article, and on this website is for general information and entertainment purposes only. It in no way constitutes professional advice - reading, making decisions based upon and/or using any information within this article is done so at the reader’s own risk. Under no circumstances will Katharine Clift be liable for any loss or damage (including without limitation indirect or consequential loss or damage) or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of, or in connection with, the use of this website or article. Unless otherwise noted, Katharine Clift is the legal copyright holder of all material on this website, and it cannot be reprinted or re-published without written consent. Any personal and/or contact information provided to Katharine Clift or Katie Clift Consulting will be kept private, and will not be sold or disclosed to any other companies.