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  • Chris’ SeaWheeze Experience

    By on August 26, 2015
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    Whistler Water returned once again as the official water supplier of Vancouver’s SeaWheeze Half Marathon, and members of the Whistler Water team  participated  in this year’s big event.  Below is a bit about Chris’ experience: I am frantic as I briskly walk towards Canada Place.  The road closures created major delays in our arrival time.  As I get closer, I see numerous people stretching […]
  • Jodi’s SeaWheeze Experience

    By on August 24, 2015
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    Whistler Water returned once again as the official water supplier of Vancouver’s SeaWheeze Half Marathon, and members of the Whistler Water team  participated  in this year’s big event.  Below is Jodi’s experience: Well, that felt a bit triumphant! #seawheeze 2015 was a great race and I can truly say I enjoyed myself. Who would have thought that 21kms could be that much fun? […]
  • Training for SeaWheeze: Chris’ third entry

    By on July 22, 2015
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    Returning once again as the official water supplier of Vancouver’s SeaWheeze Half Marathon, members of the Whistler Water team are training for this year’s big event.  Below is the third entry from Chris: It’s 9:00pm. The unfathomable heat has subsided and my teeth feel as though they are covered with a thin layer of silt. I run my tongue across my […]
  • Training for SeaWheeze: Chris’ second entry

    By on July 6, 2015
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    Returning once again as the official water supplier of Vancouver’s SeaWheeze Half Marathon, members of the Whistler Water team are training for this year’s big event.  Below is the second entry from Chris: The day of the adventure race is here. Kristen is brimming with excitement. I exude an air of nonchalance – I have done this before. We have […]
  • Training for SeaWheeze: Chris’ first entry

    By on June 19, 2015
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    Returning once again as the official water supplier of Vancouver’s SeaWheeze Half Marathon, members of the Whistler Water team are training for this year’s big event.  Below is the first entry from Chris: “Two more kilometres to glory,” I mutter between breaths. She can’t hear me as she is busy lost in her own world of pop music and thinking […]
  • Track your water consumption in the palm of your hand

    By on May 15, 2015
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    Do you remember to drink plenty of water every day?  With work and home life distractions, we often forget to drink the recommended daily amount.  That’s where water tracking apps for your smartphone come in handy!  One of our favourites is Daily Water, a free, easy-to-use app with optional sound effects, daily tracking, customizable features and programmable reminders to help […]
  • #Reboot contest winner announced!

    By on March 16, 2015
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    After weeks of submitting your entries and casting your votes for our #Reboot2015 contest, the polls have closed and we have selected our winner. And now, for the moment you have all been waiting for (drumroll, please)… Congratulations to Serena, whose whimsical snow sculpture photo wins her our one-of-kind prize pack worth more than $1,000. A big thank you to […]
  • This is (not) the end!

    By on March 4, 2015
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    So, what did I learn after this month of getting my fitness by on track, getting more active and overall improving my well-being? I learned that if you want to achieve your goal, it’s a question of balance. If you are going to eat a full wheel of cheese that your parents sent you from France, make sure that you […]
  • Walk the line!

    By on February 25, 2015
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     So, I signed up for another round of Pilates. I didn’t really hesitate this time. Before registering for the first time, I pondered and weighted my options. Flow yoga or volleyball? Or maybe  just cardio pump? I think I got scared that the latest would actually lead to an early heart attack and bad PR for the city of Vancouver. […]
  • Shutting off

    By on February 23, 2015
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    In my line of work, it’s easy to justify being tied to my smartphone all day, every day. I tell myself that since I work in communications, it’s important that I check my email once in a while ‘just in case’. Well…it escalates quickly. Suddenly, periodic checks of my work email turn into ‘hey, maybe I’ll just see what’s the […]