March Colds Before April Showers

This is a sponsored post for DripDrop through SheSpeaks.

Today was one of those glorious days that makes you feel like Spring has decided to sleep in this year and Summer is coming first instead. The high was eighty and the girls and I were walking barefoot in the grass. Alas, tomorrow the high is 55 and we will be shivering in the rain on our walk home from school.

It’s the perfect brew for our own Ides of March… the common cold which invariably brings the household down.

Which is why I was thrilled to be offered the chance to test out a new hydration product. My tiny girls get dehydrated fast when they get sick. But the sports drinks and kids hydration products on the market are the last thing I want to give them. They don’t often have sugary drinks and almost never have anything with food coloring. So the products with them were a shock to their system.

Enter DripDrop…
DripDrop Hydration Powder

About DripDrop:
DripDrop provides a simple, cost-effective solution that empowers everyone to treat mild to moderate dehydration with a safe, medical-grade solution. Their hydration powder packets fit easily in the medicine cabinet, travel kit, purse and gym bag, so it’s there when you need it. Simply mix with water and consume.

What the description doesn’t say? It tastes good. Like way better than my usual go to popular sports drink. I wanted to drink the berry one just because.

One of the random things I love the most about it? It comes in packets so we don’t have bottles sitting around taking up space and we’re not wasting it by throwing out half used bottles. Frugality always makes me happy. Plus we can throw packets in the bag for when we are traveling because you know that someone always gets sick. It’s just Murphy’s law.

Learn more at DripDrop.com.

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