Building Better Habits with EveryDrop™ Water Filter + a giveaway!

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As a mom one of the things I try hard to do with my kids is to help them build better habits. Making the right food choices, keeping their homework organized, and not trashing where we live is high on the list. I try hard to teach them to respect things, protect and preserve what we can. Enter the EveryDrop™ Water Filter!

Since we are on the go A LOT, we had been getting back into the habit of buying lots of bottled water. It’s quick, easy, and in the desert we drink a ton of water. I mean a ton! We’d be good about bringing cups with us but then we’d just buy for the rest of the day. My kids got my wonderful strong sense of smell and taste and would often complain about “yucky water” from the city. In their defense, Phoenix water is very highly chlorinated – as in, I can smell chlorine when I turn the faucet on.

I hadn’t had much luck with “portable” filters because who wants to lug around the entire pitcher or wait for those things to filter the water?! So when we first tried out the EveryDrop™ Water Filter I was seriously impressed (and that’s hard to do since I’m very picky about my water). After preparing the filter and filtering water straight from my faucet, it no longer smelled like chlorine and had little to no taste! So crazy!

I especially love that this filter can fit into pretty much any type of bottle or pitcher because of its shape, and it filters fast! My youngest started cross-country this year and sucks down his 16oz water bottle pretty quickly, but doesn’t like the taste of water from the drinking fountain so we tested it out on the go at the park. The filter comes with its own case (shown in the photo above next to the package) so you can throw it in your purse, gym bag, or car to use on the road. (I love it while hiking!)

It works quick enough that he doesn’t get impatient, and totally worked. He had no complaints! The EveryDrop™ Water Filter makes it easier (and quicker) for me to help build those good habits with my boys (and keeps them from having to drink the dreaded yucky water). Find out more about EveryDrop™ Water Filters on their Site / Facebook / Twitter


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Allison Waken is a wife, mom of boys and Phoenix, AZ native. She has been creating inspiring content for All for the Boys since 2011. Allison loves travel, movies and spending as much time as possible with her family while she can!


  1. Susan Smith Reply

    I would take this to the park with us. The drinking fountain there doesn't have the best tasting water.

  2. I would use it when we are camping with our teardrop camper in AZ, southern UT, ID or wherever we can take it next summer!

  3. Id use it at Hockey. The rinks always have these yucky fountains. The rink water is nasty and the kids fill heir water bottes up with it. I could fill all the water bottles for the team with it!

  4. Kelly Massman Reply

    We would definitely use this on our vacations! thanks kmassman gmail

  5. wild orchid Reply

    I would use it when I go to work.

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  7. I would use it on the with my kids. I don't like buying bottled if I can help it.

  8. Janice Cooper Reply

    This is so neat! We always bring bottled water with us. We would use this when we are on the road or going to the park

  9. We could use it when we are at the mall shopping and don't want to pay an arm and a leg for some water!

  10. Traveling – what a relief to have good tasting water from the tap in a hotel room!

  11. I love the idea of using this in the water fountains at the park. It would be great any time we needed to refill our water bottles while we were out and about!

  12. I'd use it in the bathroom so I don't need to go all the way to the kitchen in the middle of the night for pure water.

  13. I would probably take one of these just about everywhere. I am one of those people who hates taking chances on tap water!

  14. For emergency weather conditions – when water coming into your home which is possibly contaminated would certainly be unexpected.

  15. Sonya Morris Reply

    At the park for sure! It never fails that I forget to bring a water bottle and my little girl asks for water as soon as her eyes land on the water fountain!

  16. I would use it at home. Our water was recently changed to include even more chlorine and I hate the taste.

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