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Glaceau fruitwater® Sparkling Truth

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Glaceau fruitwater®.

 
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 I was again challenged by another wonderful brand to share with you.  Share my “Sparkling Truth”.  

The challenge specifically:  

“Share some of your favorite sparkling truths about yourself! Sparkling truths happen when life happens. They’re those moments when you sparkle through unexpected challenges, brushing your shoulders off in bubbly style.

Put another way, sparkling truths are inspiring and humorous life moments that are uplifting and engaging and shareable in the form of a blog post, photo, and/or video. An example could be when your dog uses the carpet as a canvas to create thought-provoking contemporary art or when that blouse button decides to pop off … making you the hit of the client meeting.

Share how you sparkle on!”

This one was actually easy for me.  My Sparkling Truth is THIS.  By THIS, I mean this blog, what I am doing, how I want to change my life and am taking charge. 

I came to that point in my life where I discovered that I wanted more than where I was headed.  I wanted to contribute more and create a job for myself that would allow me freedom.  That “job” is blogging.

I have gotten to know so many wonderful people and feel like our articles are reaching thousands of people every day and that is so inspiring.  It motivates me to work harder and strive to make this bigger and better.

One day, when I’m ready, I can then take this show on the road! 

I love that Glaceau fruitwater® is challenging all of us to be bigger and better by opening up our truths! 

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Now, how much do you know about Glaceau fruitwater®? 

Glaceau fruitwater®, is a naturally flavored sparkling water (contains no juice).  You can get it in Black Raspberry, Orange Mango, Strawberry Kiwi, Lemon Lime and Watermelon Punch with other natural flavors.  

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They are just a bit bubbly… sparkly if you will, and taste fantastic.  Myself and my kids drank ours up right away with lunch, and then I even saved just a little bit for a “mommy drink” later in the evening (wink wink).  

Everyone LOVED all the flavors, but I have to say that the Black Raspberry was MY favorite! 

 

 

Glaceau fruitwater® is a great tasting, naturally flavored sparkling water beverage that contains no juice.

Now that you’ve read about my “sparkling truth”, it’s time to share yours! A sparkling truth is a moment when you sparkle through unexpected challenges, brushing yourself off in a bubbly style. How do you sparkle on when life throws you a curve ball? Leave a comment on this post or jump in the conversation on social media by tagging your amplification with the hashtag, #sparklingtruth.

Visit http://fruitwater.com for more information and to help you discover your favorite sparkling truths.

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Glaceau fruitwater®.

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Tracy Iseminger

Tracy is a busy mother and social media junkie. Her adventures in cooking led her to create Daily Dish Magazine. She has a passion for travel and wine. You can find her writing at Back Porch Somm as well. She works with a local digital marketing agency and as a Dental Hygienist, but her favorite thing to do is spend time with her family.

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  • You do such a great job with this blog Tracy and I am so glad that you reached out to me at the beginning. For that I Thank YOU. I have learnt so much from you and all the rest of the girls at the Daily Dish.
    I think each one of sparkle through unexpected challenges… It is how we go one with life to pick ourselves up. I think I do this everyday through work, helping others to overcome their illness, quench their fears or even when I help them or their families come to term with their death.