What’s Your New Year’s Resolution?

New year2011 is quickly drawing to a close, which means that 2012 is right around the corner. With the start of a new year we often think about what personal improvements we can implement to make our lives better or to leave a stronger footprint on the world. Have you thought about what resolutions you’d like to make? If you’re unsure, then USA.gov has listed several of the most common New Year’s Resolutions, which include:

Drink Less Alcohol; Eat Healthy Food; Get a Better Education; Get a Better Job; Get Fit; Lose Weight; Manage Debt; Manage Stress; Quit Smoking; Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle; Save Money; Take a Trip; Volunteer to Help Others

At Filters Fast, we can help you get started on achieving your New Year’s Resolutions.

Vapur Anti Bottle Water BottleGetting fit and losing weight is one of the most popular resolutions and with repeated trips to the gym you’ll need to make sure you stay hydrated. That’s why you’ll need the Vapur Anti Bottle Water Bottle – Blue 16 oz., a reusable Vapur water bottle that features a revolutionary space-saving design. Vapur water bottles are extremely flexible and almost entirely collapsible. They are designed to fit where ordinary water bottles do not, and when empty they will easily fit in your pocket, backpack, purse, briefcase, etc.

Filters Fast MERV 8 Odor Killer Odor FilteQuitting smoking is a difficult and rewarding task, so you want to make sure you remove all temptation and all remnants of the smell. That’s why we recommend the Filters Fast MERV 8 Odor Killer Odor Filter 6 Pack, which is the perfect replacement air filter to eliminate smoke odors, cigarette odors, pet odors, gases and other contaminants from your indoor air. While many standard activated carbon odor filters or charcoal odor filters remove odors from your air, the Odor Killer uses Gray Matter, an activated granular carbon material impregnated between two sheets of MERV 8 filter media.

Klean Kanteen Wide Mouth Insulated Bottle

Eating healthy food is sometimes difficult when you’re busy or always on-the-go, but the Klean Kanteen Wide Mouth Insulated Bottle – 12 oz. makes things much easier. The Klean Kanteen 12 oz bottle features a wide mouth to accommodate ice cubes, soup, stew, fruit, and much more, while the extra insulation helps to keep your drink cold or your food warm – it insulates hot beverages and food for up to 6 hours as well as cold beverages up to 24 hours. Now you’ll always have the option of carrying healthier items.

Quit Smoking with Nicotine Bottled Water

Want to quit smoking, but can’t? NicLite is here to help. This specially formulated, organic, non-addictive nicotine bottled water offers you an alternative to smoking. Whether you’re a heavy smoker, moderate smoker, or social smoker, you can drink NicLite to curb your craving for cigarettes.

The makers of this product claim that it is much safer than cigarettes, because it is carcinogen-free. Consumers testify that NicLite has helped them reduce or quit their smoking habit after only a few weeks of drinking the water. The convenient plastic bottle packaging lets you sip whenever you feel the urge to smoke, whether you’re in your car, on an airplane, at work, or in a restaurant where smoking indoors has been banned – nonsmokers around you will no longer have to suffer the fate of secondhand smoke because of your bad habit.

At first glance, NicLite seems like a great solution to anyone’s nicotine addiction. However, upon closer examination, it seems that in the long run, you’re simply replacing one bad habit with another. Before you know it, your smoking addiction becomes a bottled water addiction that can be just as dangerous to you and your peers as secondhand smoke. I can’t help but wonder how many of those who have used NicLite have actually been able to kick the bottled water habit once they quit smoking. Do you have to continue to drink NicLite water to avoid your cigarette cravings?

As a nonsmoker, it’s difficult for me to take an authoritative stance on this issue, so I’d like to hear the point of view of others who have struggled with quitting. Do you think nicotine bottled water is a viable solution to the problem of nicotine addiction? If not, what alternatives could you suggest?