Oh, the struggle of keeping water cold in the summer. You've probably fallen into this all-too-common trap at some point: Either you resign yourself to the wholly unpleasant experience of sipping on warm water (Is it just us, or does warm water taste funky?), or you fill up your water bottle and freeze it overnight, then spend half of the next day desperately lapping it up a few drips at a time as it melts oh-so-slowly. Well, lucky for you, the cruel cycle is over.
Here's what to do instead: The night before, fill your water bottle halfway. Next, put it in the freezer, but wait! Don't place it upright — lay it on its side instead. The next morning, fill up the other half with fresh water. The result? A perfectly chill water bottle.
Demonstrated by NewDayFitness, this simple hack keeps your H2O drinkable and cold for hours with no ice chunks getting in the way. Why didn't we think of this sooner?