If you’re a coffee lover, you know that drinking coffee is a complex and nuanced experience—there’s the rich aroma, the comforting warmth, and the loveliness of the ritual of sitting down with a fresh cup. Many people drink coffee for the caffeine, and while it's great for a morning pick me up, coffee is so much more than just a shot of stimulation. Here's some important life lessons coffee has taught us.
1. They say laughter is the best medicine. They lied it's really coffee. There is just something so inviting about the smell of coffee that makes me feel ready to face the day or feel renewed midday. If you're feeling a loss of motivation it's the perfect way to recharge and get you going again.
2. Not all who wander are lost. Some are just looking for coffee. There is nothing more inviting and comforting than conversations over coffee. This has become a trend in today’s culture – going on coffee dates, meeting up for coffee, etc. Unlike most trends, this is actually a good trend that should stay. Coffee and conversation just make sense.
3. I'm a coffee enthusiast. The more coffee I drink the more enthusiastic I become. Coffee tastes really good. There are many varieties of the bean, roast, and style of beverage. There’s black (pure) coffee, coffee with cream and/or sugar, espresso, and so on. The combination of deliciousness and neurological reward system activation reinforces the desire for the beverage.
4.Never trust anyone who doesn't drink coffee. There's plenty you can tell about a person simply from the cup of coffee they have in hand. Coffee is a good social drink. If you don’t want to drink alcohol, or it’s not available, and you want to be social, grab a cup of coffee. It will loosen you up, get you relaxed, and you’ll enjoy yourself at the party as you meet new people.
5. Love Yourself as much as you love coffee - If you're feeling sad or dreading an upcoming task coffee can help you out. Ever have someone buy you a cup out of the blue? What a great feeling. Take the time also to treat yourself to a cup. There are a lot of huge problems in the word, but it's the small things that make our days better.