« on: January 25, 2012, 10:19:10 am »Message ID: 480229
I am on a super tight budget: the kind of budget that has no in-comings, meaning, I don't work, and I'm a full-time college student. BUT, water is important, and one has to keep oneself hydrated. I can't drink tap water due to numerous reasons, and I have considered buying water filters. The problem is that I don't really have a water source all to myself, and I don't see installing a water filter when I need it and removing it when I don't.
So it comes down to this: I can either buy a twenty-four pack bottle water every now and then (I don't drive either, so public transportation or walking are my only options, which means I can't carry more than one pack, though it would be cheaper over time) OR I could start buying the gallons of water (I just realized this alternative two days ago) which are way cheaper. But the thing is I do have a sort of dehydration problem, and not all water gives me the "not-thirsty" feeling, which means I could keep drinking as much as my stomach will allow and still feel thirsty. I have never tried the water in gallons, so I'm skeptical.
So tell me. What is/are your water source(s) or mean(s)?
How much does it cost per month?
What would you recommend for a "piece of work" like me?