Hello to all the coffee lovers out there! If you have been living the coffee life long enough then you must have heard of the long spoken phrase ‘coffee is love, coffee is life’. Now, with the newest addition, ‘coffee is art’. There are so many factors and reasons that helped coined those terms but the meaning itself is pretty straightforward. So what is coffee to you? Read the explanations below and see if you can resonate with at least one part of the collective phrase.
Coffee is Love
Coffee is undoubtedly the love of my life, the reason I wake up in the morning. Most importantly, the reason why I can go out and face the day ahead. Especially for someone like me who’s coffee addiction started pretty early. While I used to think of it in a negative light, I have come to think of it as a fond addition to my morning routine.
When facing a hard day or an obstacle with no one by your side, coffee is the fixture that I will always have beside me. It was there for me through high school, and university, and will probably follow me when I will start working. Whether it is to tackle a last-minute assignment, or a one-night policy cramming before a test, coffee is the one true love that will never abandon me no matter where I am.
The better part of this is not only having coffee to accompany you when your life seems to be going downhill. But also when your favorite person greets you with a cup of coffee to cheer you up during these times. If that is not love in itself, then I don’t know what is considered love.
Find someone who loves coffee as much as you. I can guarantee that you will experience the full capacity of ‘coffee is love’.
If that is not a reason to convince you that ‘coffee is not love’, then maybe you need to start getting in on the coffee life. And then start to embrace the dark liquid of anti-sleepiness and energy-booster. I, for one, am advocating for this coffee lifestyle that I’m currently living and I have not led anyone astray yet. So drink a cup and don’t be against it until you try it.
Coffee is Life
What is the point of even waking up in the morning if it’s not to brew a cup of coffee? Coffee should definitely be one of the main reasons to open my eyes every morning for sure. It is a universally known and accepted fact that the world is constantly changing. It is changing at a very fast pace. Morning coffee is the only habit of mine that stays constant during a lifetime, no matter where I am in time.
Some might say it is dramatic. But when you are trying to catch up to the people around you who are going through life motions like they are running a marathon, have your trusty cup of coffee aside. You will not seem like a farfetched notion anymore. Everyone needs something to keep them grounded through the jagged path that makes up life. And most of us, it happens to be coffee.
The aroma of coffee can make you open your eyes, and have a sip of coffee that can wash away your sleepiness. I can never imagine having to go through my day still fighting off the sleepiness and the tiredness. Cause life is so much better when you are wide awake and ready to tackle everything that is going to come your way.
If you start your day fresh and alert, then you’ll end your day happy and satisfied. Fewer mistakes are made. You will never have to spend the next day correcting what you did wrong the day before. So, what could be your excuse for not having a perfect cup of warm coffee in your hand?
Coffee is Art
Have you ever found yourself stuck in a creative rut? Unable to continue doing whatever it was you were supposed to do? Have ever you find yourself walking into a coffee shop, then staring at the people around you after you order your drink?
And slowly, but surely, you find yourself able to look pull yourself out and bring your creativity that has lay dormant. Then, your work and your project seem to be coming to life again.
Coffee is more than just a drink to keep the tiredness at bay. More than a drink that you need when you are trying to push through a sleepless night. Or an obligatory drink that you will need to buy when meeting up with a friend. Coffee has been scientifically proven to stimulate the part of the brain that produces dopamine which in turn causes euphoria. It generally makes you feel happier.
If you ever find yourself stuck or unable to trek forward on your creative journey, try drinking a cup of coffee to kick start your walk again. It is a fool-proof plan and has never let anyone down. Or maybe set your work aside and simply sit down sipping coffee at your favorite coffee shop. Relax and look around, perhaps something can inspire you to do something again. Coffee is art, and that’s a fact.
When you tried to tell people how much coffee means to you, some of you must have met words of mockery and people telling you that you love coffee too much and need to cut down on your addiction. To those people, I say, don’t judge until you try it. There are so many perks to living the coffee life that I couldn’t even begin to describe.
Read more articles on our page to see those perks and perhaps judge for yourself if coffee is really as mundane as people make it out to be.
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