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What Do Your Coffee Preferences Say About You?

What Do Your Coffee Preferences Say About You?

Are you a coffee addict, gossip, a snob, or a Europhile? You might not label yourself with one of these titles, but your coffee preference might tell the world that’s what you are.

So what does your coffee preference say about you? This infographic can answer that question. Of course, some of the tip offs are more obvious than others. For example, if you’re drinking chai instead of a coffee, you’re really a tea-drinker at heart and if you order an extra large with a dozen refills, you’re pretty obviously an addict.

On the other hand, it might not seem so immediately obvious that someone whose coffee preference is a white chocolate mocha is high maintenance until you actually stop and think about it.

As someone who drinks tea and can’t really stand coffee, I pretty much stay firmly in the “ex-tea drinker” category even when I do enjoy something with a touch of coffee. What about you, what is your coffee preference?

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    Last Updated on October 6, 2020

    6 Signs It’s Time to Change Your Life

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    Is it time to make some changes in your life? It just might be. Life is too short to not live it to the fullest.

    Here are some signs it’s time to change your life.

    1. Every week, you cannot wait for Friday.

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      Vacations are great, but what’s even better is building a life you don’t need to take a vacation from. As Seth Godin said, “Instead of wondering when your next vacation is, maybe you should set up a life you don’t need to escape from.” Vacations are fun and exciting, but even better is building a life where you have the potential to do what lights you up many weeks of the year, not just your two allotted vacation weeks.

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      If you haven’t found your passion in your current life, you’re not going to find it if you continue to do your same routine, over and over, year after year. In order to discover what lights you up, start by creating the space in your life to seek it. Give yourself time to figure out who you are, what your strengths are, and what picques your interest. Experiment with learning new things, spending time with inspiring people, and doing more of what excites you and less of the things that suck your energy.

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      2. Get inspired from the person you’re jealous of, and work toward a similar goal in your life.
      3. Decide what the other person has is not something you are willing to put in the effort to achieve, so you’ll cheer him or her on but choose to not be jealous.

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      Life is too short to spend your years not living to your full potential. If you decide you’re ready to change your life, I encourage you to start taking small action steps toward the life you want to live. Keep moving forward.

      Check out this video if you’re ready to make a change in life:

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