If you can’t get your day started without a cup of joe, this one’s for you!

Today is National Espresso Day!!!

Cheers all around, right? Well, maybe not if you haven’t had your first cup, but for everyone one else, that little jolt is like the exciting friend you love to see coming. You know the atmosphere is going to become a bit more lively, but you also question whether or not that friend is really good for you.

Those on the outside looking in have said that too much of the friend could be hazardous to your health, as the friend keeps you on Go! You sleep less the more your friend is around. Initially, you don’t mind because you’re having such a good time and getting things accomplished with more energy to spare. After so many sleepless nights, you realize you’re getting more done… But the quality just isn’t that good for everything.

So, not only is the friend possibly bad to your health, but too much of a presence could cause the friend to adversely affect the quality of your work.

You realize you should probably back away from the friend a little, and you tell yourself that you will. After all, no one is going to take care of you if you don’t take care of yourself first.

As you ease away from the friend, you realize it’s going to be harder than you imagined because the friend is always there.  Every time to stop at a service station, you can smell your friend’s magnetic aroma.  A day without the friend and you realize it’s hard to get the day started alone.

So, what do you do? You entertain the friend in moderation.

See, the thing about espresso is that it’s concentrated caffeine. If one is going to indulge, it is better to do so at the start of the day and get up momentum and slowly spread additional caffeine throughout the rest of the day.

And whatever you do, don’t let people call your friend out of his name. Espresso hates to be called Expresso… Actually, it couldn’t care less, but “the parents” get highly offended.

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