1.5 - 2 liters, is it pure or including soups / broths / tea / etc? Excess water consumption is not good. Excessive stress on the cardiovascular, kidneys, electrolyte imbalance. In the last 5-6 years, with the light hand of network sources / media, a slightly marasmus fashion for water, WATER, MORE WATER has appeared !!> individual approach (taking into account height, weight, complexion, physical activity, eating style). But why do you need these stupid details, just buy water (and in beautiful bottles! :)) In short, the essence of my outpouring here)) Keep records of the consumed liquid if you want, why not, but, because there is water in almost all our food (in fruits / vegetables alone, how much), take into account the total volume. On average, the need for pure water is ~ 1 liter (all individually, natural). Get rid of the imposed corrals and listen to your body, it knows best what you need :)
Do you see any problem emerging from such a habit? Is this bothering you in some way? A good habit, I would say.
1.5-2 liters of water per day is considered the norm for the body. There is no surplus of water, which can lead to unpleasant consequences.
Stop being driven by nonsense and trifles. My advice to you.