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The Southern Institute: 10 Days 10 Lives Challenge with and The Mission List

Today is World Water Day. "An American taking a five-minute shower uses more water than a typical person in a developing country slum uses in a whole day." and "More people have a mobile phone than a toilet." Check out this fact page by and get involved!

@Jill Vaughn's (Terra Savvy) post for the day. For so many women, the water crisis is personal. Honor your mother and give the gift of water. Video Jodie Foster: For Women via

Find out how you can change lives and give the gift of water for life. #10Days10LivesTML

Mommy Words: Change 10 Lives in 10 Days with

Did you know that in just one day 200 Million work hours are consumed by women collecting water for their families. (Mom and daughter heading to public water point by waterdotorg, via Flickr)

{You Can Change This} Nearly one billion people in the world don't have access to safe water. 2.5 billion don't have access to a toilet. Diarrhea is the second leading cause of death among children under five in the world. Around 1.5 million deaths each year - nearly 1 in 5 – are caused by diarrhea. It kills more children than malaria, AIDS, and measles combined.

"328 Million People in sub-saharan Africa still use unimproved drinking water sources. That's more than the entire population of the United States." Crazy.

Cause: Living Water International | #Poverty #WeThePeOplE; "Enjoy a Cappuccino while Saving Lives!" Join The Movement!

happy family habits #1 : Share YOUR STORY with the kids - A great new series on habits to teach happiness to your kids; tackled 21 days at a time.

A charity: water well in Uganda. Water changes everything.

I am now writing a novel about a lighthouse and the three generations of women who grew up there. This is their motto.