What do you ponder with that first cup of coffee each day?
What I am going to do with the rest of the day - what tasks have the highest priority and then I make the daily goal list.
Do you make your list the old fashioned way with pen and paper, or do you do it on your computer?
Thanks for your comment,
Pen and paper - something about the act of writing it out and then being able to cross it off when its done is very motivating.
I seem to find my mind running rather haphazardly through recent associations. I ponder the logic or illogical thoughts, try to categorize them in my mind for memory, and/or figure out the "big picture" nature of the thought. My recent associations all are quite similar to Steve Martin and his movie he starred in, titled Father of the Bride!
by torconstantino 6 years ago
If you pour a cup of coffee before the pot is finished brewing, is that cup going to be stronger?....or is every cup within that pot taste the same? It's kind of a Zen-esque coffee question for the caffinated Hubbers out there.
by Dr Penny Pincher 4 years ago
How much do you spend each day on coffee?I make a 16 oz cup of coffee at home from fresh ground whole coffee beans that costs about 70 cents to make. During the day, I drink a couple Keurig decafs that cost about 65 cents each to make. A few times a week, I get a decaf at a coffee shop...
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