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15 Ways to Live Happy

WHAT IS HAPPYWATER™?

HappyWater,™ is a pure blend of natural lithia and spring waters from two ancient Canadian mountain springs. Natural lithia springs are rare. These unique waters are known to bring an overall sense of well being and joy to those who drink them. HappyWater™ is naturally alkaline and provides healthy hydration and minerals for brain and body renewal. Learn more at: www.LiveHappyWater.com

THE SOURCE

The natural lithia in HappyWater™ originates from the Halcyon spring, deep within the pristine Canadian Rocky Mountains. Halcyon lithia water has been a quiet source of well being locally and internationally, for more than a century.

THE SCIENCE

Natural lithia waters have been providing therapeutic benefits to communities for centuries. Scientific studies suggest lithia water has a beneficial effect on human behaviour; in fact, studies show that communities with access to natural lithia water have significantly lower crime rates.

THE HISTORY

Lithia water has been sold and prescribed for centuries as a remedy for many ailments. In 1929, 7Up launched as a lithiated lemonlime soda using lithia spring water and was sold as a health drink, stomach tonic and hangover remedy. The drink was simplified and reformulated in 1950 as the brand grew. 

15 Ways to Live Happy:

 

1. Dance in the rain

2. Leave work early

3. Blow bubbles

4. Start a water fight

5. Say I love you

6. Bet on the underdog

7. Compliment a stranger

8. Take a road trip 

9. Laugh til it hurts

10. Eat chocolate

11. Skinny dip in the dark

12. Plug someone’s meter

13. Listen more, talk less

14. Colour outside the lines

15. Drink HappyWater™

www.LiveHappyWater.com

 

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brunostar

brunostar wrote:

drop out skewl 8)
commented: Mon Dec 02, 2013

carlyo

carlyo wrote:

Leave school early!!
commented: Mon Dec 02, 2013

lexichan

lexichan wrote:

This list sounds and cliche...
commented: Mon Dec 02, 2013

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