How Hint Helped Our Editors Achieve Their New Year's Resolution

It's the beginning of a New Year! Time to look back and see which bad habits we want to leave behind and which resolutions we want to achieve.

When it comes to New Year’s goals, everyone has a few things to work on, and we always like to start the year hopeful. But we also know that some New Year’s resolutions sputter out before the end of January. In fact, according to the time management firm FranklinCovey, one-third of resolutioners don’t reach their goals.*

To make sure you’re successful this year, here are some red flags you should avoid when setting those resolutions:

🚩 Unrealistic

When setting goals, the trick is to not be over-ambitious. The easier your goals fit into your lifestyle the more realistic they are to attain!

🚩 Unenjoyable

You’ll never be able to follow through on a resolution if you don’t enjoy it, no matter how much you try to fake it.

🚩 Expensive

Some New Year's resolutions involve a new subscription or membership, which is fine as long as you actually use it. We’ve all done it, you join a gym and then forget to cancel your membership even if you don’t go for months, or, worse, stop going altogether.

🚩Not specific enough

When making goals, particularly diet-related ones, it's better to get specific about what you want to cut out. For example, “eating healthier” isn’t a clear enough goal to set you up for success.

🚩 Time-consuming

If your resolution takes too much time away from your day-to-day schedule, you’re likely setting yourself up for failure. If you want to achieve them, your resolutions should easily slot into your day-to-day life.

Our editors find that they seem to set one perennial common goal: to drink more water. It’s so simple, yet so tough to keep up.

Instead of pursuing a crazy, unrealistic goal, we’ve decided to find better options for our everyday essentials. We’re addicted to sodas and sugary juices and wanted to find a healthier alternative that would keep us hydrated throughout the day.

For 2023, we’re thrilled because we’ve found a water brand that turned all of our red flags into green flags: Hint — fruit-infused water in delicious flavors with zero calories, zero sugars, and zero sweeteners.

For a limited time, Hint has an amazing offer for new customers — get 3 cases of Hint’s top flavors for $36. That's only $1 per bottle and over 45% savings! Plus your water is delivered straight to your doorstep, so you can eliminate soda and sugary drinks and always have a bottle of Hint in your fridge.

Plain water wasn’t enjoyable enough to keep us on track. But while there are so many flavored water options, we wanted to avoid any drinks with additives. We’ve made enough failed “cold turkey” resolutions to know that giving up on flavored drinks without a replacement doesn’t work.

We found that swapping juice or soda for a beverage that provides the same thirst-quenching satisfaction — like Hint — makes our resolution so much easier to keep. Choose from a huge range of flavors like Watermelon, Coconut, Strawberry Lemon, Pineapple, online exclusive flavor Peach Raspberry, and many more.

Since discovering Hint, our editors reach our recommended daily water intake easily — and we’re already seeing the difference. Water boosts energy, delivers essential nutrients to your cells, aids in digestion, detoxifies, and hydrates the skin — so you can start the year feeling your best.

If you want to finally achieve your New Year’s resolution to up your water intake, then check out Hint’s New Customer Offer (36 bottles for only $36, just $1 per bottle plus free shipping). You can thank us later!

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*https://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2007/12/31/will-you...

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