Dear Beloved Coffee,
I love you.
I love you so much that I can’t start my morning without you.
And I can’t make it through the day without you.
I love you so much that I can’t imagine my life without you.
I wish somebody wrote a letter like that to me… Just kidding! But seriously, I really do love you, my dear coffee. I love the way you make me feel, your fabulous aroma, your dark color and everything about you. You’re just magical. I never understood people that didn’t really like coffee. I don’t know many, though.
Your aroma is enchanting. I can’t explain it using only words. You’re so special. That sweet flavor nourishes my senses. Actually, when I think about it, the flavor of coffee makes my mornings easier. Don’t get me wrong, I love my job. But, the thing is that I can never get enough sleep and coffee wakes me up instantly.
Coffee for me is everything. I drink two to three cups of coffee in a day. I can’t wait to have a break to drink coffee. In the morning, when I wake up I have my coffee with breakfast. I make sure that my first cup of coffee is full with love. Maybe it’s crazy, but I think that if you make you coffee with love in the morning, you will have a great and productive day. It’s how you start the day what counts.
My husband wakes me up with freshly made beloved coffee every morning before work. The smell of coffee in the morning is something so precious to me. The aroma of coffee in the morning is like a thousand panda hugs, so warm and sweet. One can combine drinking coffee with some biscuits to make it even more fun. Love and fun – could you ask for more?
The mix of aroma and smell of coffee give me goosebumps. Beloved coffee, you wake up every inch of my body, boost my energy level and make me happy every single day. I perform better at work, I look and feel better and my days are fantastic – as I have you, coffee, my magic elixir.
I love all kinds of coffee. My personal favorite is Turkish black coffee. And speaking of that – I like it sweet, so I add three teaspoons of sugar. I take a little pot, fill it with water and then leave the water to boil. After it’s boiled, I put a few scoops of ground black coffee (for me it’s ½) and then a sugar. In a few minutes my coffee is boiled up to a point of rising. (Make sure you don’t overcook it, though, if you’re interested in my recipe!)
Later in the day, I have a cup of my beloved coffee after lunch. I love the feeling of hot coffee in my tummy after a great meal. The second cup of coffee makes me finish the day at work like a champ. You make me feel like a champion, my dear coffee. You’re the little extra push I need when I start to get frustrated at work. The last few hours before I finish my shift are the hardest to get through.
And the last cup of coffee I have in the evening is around 7 pm. I know it’s not good for your health to have so much coffee – but I can’t help it. That last cup is a big treat for me after a long day of being an adult. It’s hard to be an adult, somehow, you know. But we can drink a coffee!
Because I have very low blood pressure, it’s hard for me to get up in the morning. Most of the time, when I wake up, I feel tired. Low blood pressure is not necessarily bad but it makes me feel exhausted. Coffee helps me boost my energy level.
Look what have I found on you, dear coffee. Studies have shown that you can fight signs of aging. This is because coffee reduces cellulite and wrinkles and also prevents damaging of the skin. Little particles in the coffee called caffeine cause dehydration and make the fat cells in the skin to shrink. That’s why beauty experts recommend skin products with caffeine to smooth out the skin. Caffeine especially work for depuffing the bags under our eyes, making us look fresh, well rested and younger.
Coffee is jam packed with antioxidants. Antioxidants are great for repairing damaged and inflamed skin. You add the coffee directly on the skin or you can drink it. It’s your choice and works either way.
Because of the dehydration effect, be careful how much coffee you consume. Large quantities of coffee can do more harm than good to your body.
Beside antiaging effects, coffee is great for a lot of different things. Coffee increases your fiber intake, protects against Parkinson’s, lowers the risk of type 2 diabetes, reduces the risk of suicide and depression and protects against cirrhosis of the liver. How would have that coffee is such a powerful beverage?
However, there are some downsides to drinking coffee. Drinking large amounts of coffee can lead to osteoporosis, can cause insomnia and restlessness and pregnant women shouldn’t drink more than one cup of coffee in a day.
Overall, there are more ups than downs in terms of drinking coffee. And too much of everything is never a good thing. That’s why you need to control how much caffeine you import into your body.
Again, I love coffee. I admit it, I’m a full blown coffee addict. I need my beloved coffee like I need air. Without coffee, I might have never gotten that promotion at work, might have never looked so fresh in the morning, or might have never had this level confidence… I love everything about you, coffee – how you make me feel, how you smell, how you taste. Your color, your taste in my mouth and body, your aroma. Damn, I love coffee!