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Adorable book about boy's relationship with foster dog

Best pals: From having a bath to enjoying a coffee by the water, Buddy and his furry friend Reagan do everything together

from Brit + Co

20 Ways to Drink More Water Without Even Knowing It

Staying hydrated can be quite a chore, especially if you're not a huge fan of the flavor of water. It's boring and blah, and that sweet coffee is so much more delicious. However, with a little bit of creativity and a couple minutes of chopping, you can have water that is both flavorful and colorful and will quickly become your new drink of choice. Flavored water is great for your waistline, ups your daily vitamin intake, and keeps you away from those terrible commercial waters that offer…

from Brit + Co

20 Ways to Drink More Water Without Even Knowing It

Staying hydrated can be quite a chore, especially if you're not a huge fan of the flavor of water. It's boring and blah, and that sweet coffee is so much more delicious. However, with a little bit of creativity and a couple minutes of chopping, you can have water that is both flavorful and colorful and will quickly become your new drink of choice. Flavored water is great for your waistline, ups your daily vitamin intake, and keeps you away from those terrible commercial waters that offer…

from Brit + Co

20 Ways to Drink More Water Without Even Knowing It

Cucumber Herbal Water: Adding rosemary and mint gives this infusion a touch of sophistication.

3-year-old foster child Buddy and his best friend Reagan the adorable labradoodle are releasing a charitable book to support a foster parent organization! The cutest duo ever do everything together, whether it's taking a bath, enjoying coffee by the water, napping, or playing on swings. The touching, true story of Reagan and Little Buddy needed to be told. I couldn't keep all the adorableness to myself, Sandi Swiridoff, the little boy's foster grandmother told Daily Mail.

water - Research has shown that people who drink only when thirsty get enough water to stay properly hydrated. Many people forget that soup, fruit, vegetables, juice, tea, and coffee are all high in water content and ultimately contribute to your daily H2O intake.