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Stay Hydrated with Bookish Tumblers and Reusable Bottles


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Something I will forever be fascinated by is that water bottles trend. As in, one kind of water bottle will be popular for a while, but then it’ll be succeeded by another style or brand that will become the hyped bottle, only to be replaced not long after. In many ways, it’s intimately tied to wellness culture, and in other ways, it’s related to the upgrades in understanding what might be the least harmful bottle environmentally while also being the largest/best at keeping ice cold/keeping beverages hot/easiest to lug around/whatever other qualifier one might attach. I know when I was pregnant, I spent a not-insignificant amount of time looking for a giant water bottle and coming up with “only” a 64 ounce option. Two years later, I’m able to find those easily, as well as water bottles nearly double the size.

I use a fancy (and pricey) Stanley Cup now, thanks to the fact it holds carbonation nicely, and I’m a seltzer drinker. I keep a couple of other tumblers and water bottles around, too, in my car and in my yoga bag, so that I do have access quickly and don’t need to rely on disposable cup/seeking out a smaller option. And though I’m satisfied with my collection, I am tempted to add a bookish tumbler or reusable bottle to my stash. Drinking receptacles may not be my love language as they are for others, but I do enjoy looking at them and think these bookish options would be perfect for the reader itching to add to their collection and have something to tote with them on their reading jaunts in the park, the cafe (yes, you can ask your drinks be made in them!), the beach, or anywhere else you may park with a book and a sip.

Bookish Tumblers and Reusable Bottles

Image of a tumbler on a table. The tumbler is decorated with a book page, glitter, and the words Image of a tumbler on a table. The tumbler is decorated with a book page, glitter, and the words

This glittery tumbler is one you can not only choose a color for, but if you have a specific page request, you can submit that, too — how fun to have a “just one more page” tumbler featuring your favorite book? $35.

Image of several colorful tumblers on an ivy background. The tumblers all have white font that reads Image of several colorful tumblers on an ivy background. The tumblers all have white font that reads

Pick your favorite color for this books and coffee tumbler. I love how simple these are and they’d be perfect for….not just your coffee, but your water, seltzer, wine…as well. $20 and up, as you can customize these, too.

Image of a white tumbler. It has green text in a swirly font that reads Image of a white tumbler. It has green text in a swirly font that reads

It sure is! You can snag this tumbler in several colors for $23.

Image of a clear starbucks reusable cup. It's been customized with words like Image of a clear starbucks reusable cup. It's been customized with words like

If you love Starbucks and you love books, this customized tumbler is calling your name. $22.

Image of a white tumbler on aa white background. The tumbler features hand-drawn images including books, bookmarks, and plants.Image of a white tumbler on aa white background. The tumbler features hand-drawn images including books, bookmarks, and plants.

This tumbler is simple with its hand-drawn books, but it’s really pretty for that. $32.

Image of a metal tumbler. It's been engraved in the style of a comic book. Image of a metal tumbler. It's been engraved in the style of a comic book.

How fun is this engraved comics tumbler? $35, with some color choices, too.

A light pink tumbler with black text that reads A light pink tumbler with black text that reads

Last but not least, just keep it simple. We would all do well with a book nerd tumbler. $35 and customizable.

Now that you’ve got a bookish tumbler, you’ll want a bookish tote bag to toss it in for when you’re on the go. Don’t forget a bookish hat, either.

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