Oh, the Love Bottle…

In my journey greenward I decided I could not continue drinking water from plastic water bottles–even if I reuse it for a few weeks each time. They are bad for the environment. They are bad for our health. They even say that using plastic water bottles over and over can cause the plastic to break down and plastic is linked to breast cancer and other nervous disorders. So, why take a chance? With my health and with the environment?

The next step was to figure out what to use instead. I don’t want to go plastic–even hard plastic. This eliminates many of the reusable water bottles. I don’t want to go stainless steel because I do not care for the metallic taste that goes along with it.

GLASS! That’s the ticket! I thought I would buy a glass drink and reuse the bottle but before I decided to do that–I thought I’d google “glass water bottle” and guess what?!?!

I found the perfect reusuable, earth-friendly, most adorable water bottles! The LOVE BOTTLE!

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Not only are they eco-friendly…but they are sweet. They are feel good products. Here is what the website said about their bottles:

Love bottle is a reusable glass water bottle made partially from recycled glass. It has a ceramic swing top lid that creates a water-tight seal.

Words and pictures carry energy that affect water. Different words can create beautiful water crystals – I like to call it “supercharged” water. Every printed bottle has the word “love” on it, charging your water with the energy of love.

Now, I do not know if I believe words can change the properties of water but it can change a mood, an attitude, a thought. If I am having a bad moment and I get a drink and see “LOVE” on my water bottle…I am likely to smile and remember there are many worthwhile moments. =)

This is the perfect start to my new greener journey. I will let you know what I think about it when it arrives!

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5 Responses to “Oh, the Love Bottle…”

  1. Rupert Says:

    Great move! Plastic has been linked to hormone disruption and the feminising of several amphibian animal species. I am positive that it’s having an effect on the lowering sperm counts in humans and all this is aside from the damage the processing and disposal of plastics causes.

  2. Meg Says:

    Yes, thanks. =) I am excited to get my bottles. This will be healthier and cleaner really. Plastic may be lowering sperm count but with our population, you can hardly tell.

  3. Terence Says:

    Hey, that love bottle looks really nice. I will have to look into them.

  4. Meg Says:

    Yes, you should!

  5. Emily Says:

    What nice bottles! It’s really nice to see more and more eco-friendly alternatives out there. Especially cute ones like these!

    Keep up the great work and thanks for posting :).

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