I love the smell of coffee in the morning. My coffee shop, and my coffee, are two things that are inextricably linked. It’s hard for me to leave my coffee shop when I’m there. It’s like a mini-office.
Its like a mini-office because, as much as I love my coffee shop, I also love my coffee. Its also like a mini-office because the fact that I am a coffee drinker also means I am also a coffee snob.
A lot of people who drink coffee (or tea or wine) believe that it actually has a positive effect on their health, but they don’t realize that when you stop drinking coffee to take a break, you immediately start drinking more coffee. (I’m not trying to suggest that coffee drinkers need to go out and buy huge cups of coffee every day).
The point is not to encourage more coffee consumption than you might already be doing. Rather, the point is that coffee consumption impacts the health of your brain in a way that you might not realize. The problem is that, when you drink more coffee than you need or want, you are simultaneously consuming more sugar. I know this because one of my closest friends who is also a coffee drinker has suffered from diabetes for years.
I think I have noticed in my own life that the coffee shop that I go to every morning (and the one I go to every morning is a chain) is always a fairly cheap place, and it’s very close to my office. So when I go there they always have a good selection of coffees. So what I do is, right before I walk into the coffee shop I pull out my cell phone and I browse the menu and see what things I might want to buy.
We all have our favorite places to go for coffee, and I suppose many of the places we go to and love are coffee shops. But I have to say that I feel as if I am in a coffee shop every single morning. I love that I can just turn on my phone and see what is brewing. It’s just that they are so close to my office.
In my experience, I am not alone in this.
If you want to go to a coffee shop, the first thing you do is take a look at the menu. There are a lot of choices, and many different things you can buy. You’ll find yourself buying Starbucks, Starbucks, Starbucks. But do you really want to go to a coffee shop? If you are, you are going to probably take a look at the menu.
I’ve seen an interview with a writer, a celebrity filmmaker, and a couple of other people who say they love coffee. They said you will find it very nice and interesting. I would even say that coffee shops are full of people who just like to get in the coffee shop every morning.
That’s why I’d rather make the coffee shop and buy a lot of cheap, low-quality coffee every other night. And I’d also just like to say that I’m not going to spend any money trying to make coffee shops more expensive.