Unformatted text preview: accessible and they didn’t have as much money. Thankfully I live in a climate that is rather temperate. I think I would use much more wa-ter in hot dry climates because I would be more thirsty and more sweaty. Personal hygiene and hydration are both important to me, which means I would be using a whole lot more water to maintain my personal preference of comfort. I definitely use more water in the summer, most prominently on the plants in my mother’s garden. My mom works night shifts at a hospital which means I’m usually left in charge of watering her plants in the day while she sleeps. All in all, un-til I’m forced to live with water scarcity, water will stay out of my conscious daily life....
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