Stores across America have empty shelves thanks to a series in supply chain problems that are prolonging inflation and could stretch into the new year, with some retailers like Costco and Walmart limiting the amount of toilet paper people in fear that they may soon run out.
Yet another reminder....we deliver bottled water to your door.
Every day that passes is ALL THE MORE REASON to order bottled water "buy the case"...so please order TWO CASES of Jellyfish Water today.... :)
Gasoline prices at the pump recently touched their highest level since 2014, coinciding with a surge in oil prices to their highest in almost seven years, according to travel and navigation app GasBuddy.
The average U.S. price for gasoline stood at $3.26 a gallon Monday afternoon, up just over 6 cents from a week ago and $1.09 cents above the year-ago average, according to GasBuddy. Prices were at $3.262 on Saturday, the highest since October 2014.
$3/gallon gas vs $2/bottled water
Do you want to SPEND more than $3 per gallon of gas and 1 hour of your time to buy $2 bottles of water at the store?
Do you want to SAVE more than $3 per gallon of gas and 1 hour of your time so that we can deliver $1 bottles of water to your door?
Many of the country's biggest food makers are telling grocers that they will have limited quantities of a number of their products because of labor, commodity and transportation constraints disrupting supply chains, according to emails viewed by CNN and interviews with grocers.
Some suppliers are also telling grocers to cancel their promotions of these items and more over the holidays so products won't disappear from store shelves as quickly.
We suggest ordering TWO cases of Jellyfish Water today... because you will spend more money driving to the store...and you might not even find bottled water when you get there!
Our bodies manufacture collagen from amino acids, which we consume in protein-rich foods. Research shows other nutrients are involved with collagen production too, including copper and vitamins A and C, along with deep red, purple, and blue produce (such as blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries).
As we age, we produce less collagen, which leads to wrinkles, sagging skin, and weakened joints. Certain lifestyle factors also interfere with collagen production, including consuming excess sugar and alcohol, sun exposure, and smoking.
If you are using collagen as a health supplement, we HIGHLY RECOMMEND supplementing your collagen with our bottle of water.
And since there are 24 bottles in every case, you might want to order TWO cases so that you can give one case to someone you love… :)
No one has to to tell you that drinking water is great for you.
You've likely heard this your entire life: Drinking water is one of the building blocks of good health. And, on a deeper level, proper hydration helps your brain stay alert, your cells function as they should, and your exercise performance operating at top gear.
And you know the dangers of dehydration: brain fog, feeling tired and/or dizzy, and that foul-smelling discolored nature of your urine—just to name a few.
But there's another benefit to water, too, and it's not one you might think of: weight loss.
H20 might be the fat-loss tool you're not using....so we highly recommend that you order a case of Jellyfish Water....TODAY.... :)
The pandemic has wreaked havoc on people’s mental health — and a new study suggests the effects are widespread and longer-lasting than anticipated.
Depression rates tripled over the course of the first year of the pandemic, according to research from Boston University published in medical journal The Lancet Regional Health. Pre-pandemic, about 8% of U.S. adults experienced depression. But in a survey of 1,161 people taken between March and April of 2020, that statistic jumped to 28%.
And when researchers surveyed the same people a year later, they saw a jump to 32%.
Jellyfish Water is "hydro-therapy" for the soul...and the philosophy behind this water is designed as a daily reminder to focus on your mental health... :)
Water makes up about 60% of the human body by weight. It is essential for the proper functioning of every cell in the body and performs important jobs such as:
Regulating body temperature
Carrying nutrients and oxygen to different cells in the body
Keeping the eyes, nose, mouth, and other membranes hydrated
Protecting organs and tissues
Step # 1
Order a case of Jellyfish Water so that we can contribute to your health and well-being.... :)
Water is an essential nutrient our body depends upon for optimal health and fitness. It keeps us hydrated and assists with vital processes at every level of functioning in the human body.
Here are some of the key reasons why you need to stay hydrated—even if you aren't an athlete:
water is an essential nutrient
water helps with weight loss
water assists digestion
water keeps your skin healthy
Order a case of Jellyfish Water today so that you can meet these 4 criteria every day... :)
Industry-wide supply chain challenges that include factory shutdowns, chip shortages and port congestion are expected to last through the holidays and well into next year.
The pressures threaten to spoil the holiday season for families that don’t shop soon enough. Many phases of the manufacturing and delivery processes are taking longer than normal.
Consumers can expect packages to take more time to get to their doorsteps, as delivery carriers including UPS and FedEx work through their own bottlenecks.
***This is ALL THE MORE REASON to purchase your "bottles of inspiration" by the case (ie 24 bottles)!
SHOP NOW....you will feel better about yourself for doing it today... :)
Costco warned customers this week about a toilet paper and bottled water shortages as the wholesale retailer is having challenging time stocking shelves due to supply chain disruptions, according to Fox News.
If you are going to Costco, Sam's Club, Walmart or any other store to buy your water in bulk (ie cases of 24 bottles!) then you are spending up to $4 per gallon in gas to get there and probably more than one hour of your time to carry a 22 lb bag of water with an economic cost $1 per bottle.
It's simple Economics 101 and the time/value of money:
If you want to SAVE the $4 dollars per gallon that you spent in gas and the time you took away from your family to go to the store and buy water in bulk (“to save money”), then we kindly suggest purchasing a case of Jellyfish Water (24 bottles) at a cost of $1 per bottle and we will bring it to you.
Forget the store...we will deliver to your door…
This is "hydrotherapy" for your soul. :)
Jellyfish can be a delicacy-- AND an aphrodisiac -- with over 25 edible types of jellyfish. They're typically found in salads or pickled with a salty taste and a similar consistency to noodles.
HOWEVER... while there are no actual jellyfish in our bottles of water, we honor the ability of jellyfish to survive, adapt and succeed in water for over 500 million years.
And while we don't plan to be around THAT long...we do want you to enjoy the "philosophy" of this water and the spiritual motivation that it offers in your daily life. :)
Natural gas futures have been soaring, and they’re set to get especially high in New England and California in the coming months.
Attention all you water drinkers on the East Coast... please stock up on multiple cases of Jellyfish Water now because it's going to be a LONG, COLD, EXPENSIVE winter with high energy costs and (probably) $4 gas...
For all you water drinkers on the West Coast -- especially California... After a LONG, HOT, EXPENSIVE summer filled with wildfires and high gasoline prices, please stock up on multiple cases of Jellyfish Water NOW because it's going to be an EXPENSIVE winter with high energy costs and (probably) $5 gas...
Do you want to SPEND more than $3 per gallon of gas and 1 hour of your time to buy $1 bottles of water at the store?
Do you want to SAVE more than $3per gallon of gas and 1 hour of your time so that we can deliver $2 bottles of water to your door?
What is the value of your time???
We can deliver cases of Jellyfish Water to your door now....or that will be you in the picture walking to the store to get your own water in the cold weather... :)