I visited with a friend recently over a cup of caffeinated coffee. By the end of the get-together I was wired and ready to go.
On the twenty-minute drive home, I convinced myself a cop was behind me. I couldn’t relax and just drive. I just knew he was going to pull me over and ask how much I had to drink. “One large cappuccino, sir.” “Cuff her boys, she’s over the limit.”
All possible outcomes of this scenario flashed through my head. Why? Because my brain needed something to sink its teeth into. Why? Because that’s what caffeine needs too.
That’s what I love about coffee. I drink a cup and I am all the sudden inspired to clean the refrigerator and do a crossword puzzle at the same time.
I try not to do passive activities after I have my cup of joe. I’ve driven these roads a million times, so if I’m super alert and ready to do something, driving isn’t the best for me. My mind starts to wander and convinces me I’m going to prison for a cappuccino.
Activities for the Caffeine Brain
Need to focus on an activity you’re not thrilled to do? Grab a cup of joe. It will help you focus and zip through those otherwise frustrating activities.
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Let us know what activities thrill you after you’ve had your favorite cup of coffee.