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A reusable bottle is good for the planet, financially responsible, and can come in almost comedic sizes. As in, a full gallon.

The one-gallon water bottle is not a benchmark for how much water you need in a day. Harvard Health recommends four to six cups a day for people who are generally healthy. That’s 48 to 64 ounces. For reference, a gallon is 128 ounces.

BUT a gallon water bottle is aspirational. It’s inspirational. It can be shared, taken on a camping or road trip, or how I use it: As a personal hydration station I only need to refill once every two days or so.

Here are some photos of objectively attractive, fit men holding gallon water bottles for size reference:

That bottle they’re holding—the $29.99 HydroJug—also happens to be our reviewer’s favorite one-gallon water bottle. If you’re wondering how you review a big-ass water bottle, we brought five different jugs on daily outings, road trips, family hangouts, outdoor sporting events, and a weekend camping trip; carried it in the car, a backpack, and a tote bag; washed it a few times by hand; and looked at how long they could hold ice or retain heat.

We also reviewed a bottle with little motivational markers along the side (“keep chugging”).

We hope you find a container you like to remain hydrated. If you’re already repping the one-gallon bottle club, let us know what you’re using.

Melanie, editor at Nessie Sightings

PS: Love Is Blind Pilates girlie Raven Ross is sharing how she spent $1,000 on wellness with us. Stay tuned for Friday’s issue 👀

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Also, the year we commit to healthy habit-building. I’m very into this sticker-focused goal tracking sheet. Maybe you are trying to walk 10,000 steps a day for 100 days. Maybe you want to consistently drink 24 ounces of water. Maybe you want to send one thoughtful text to a friend every week. Maybe you want to be in bed by 9pm. Mark your achievements with a li’l sticky.

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Cactus may help lower blood sugar, can be heart-healthy, and has a ton of vitamins and minerals. (Plus, it’s a drought-resistant crop.) A lot of up-and-coming brands are incorporating the plant into their goods, like Pricklee’s flavored cactus water. When you’re not drinking out of your gallon water bottle, you can get 15% off your Pricklee order with the code NESS 🌵

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