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If You Need Help Remembering To Drink Water, This App Is For You

February 15, 2016 by Rachel Gulmi
shefinds | Style

I have a really hard time drinking water throughout the day. In fact, I can probably go a whole day without a drop of liquid, which obviously isn’t healthy at all. Since I need to pretty much force/remind myself to drink liquids, I needed a better way to be motivated. Enter: Plant Nanny.

Plant Nanny is a free app that reminds you (in a fun way) to drink water regularly. It’s kind of like a Tamagotchi. You pick a plant, name it and drink water. It’s that simple! The catch is that your plant only survives if you drink the appropriate amount of water. So if one day you don’t drink the necessary amount, you can count on your little plant wilting.

Believe it or not, it really is a good motivator. I feel personally responsible if my plant dies and obviously I don’t want that to happen. Once your plant fully grows, you pick another plant and keep on drinking.

If you’re like me and have a problem remembering to drink water, trust me and download this app!

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[Photo: iTunes]

 

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