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One of the things which kickstart my day is a cheeky latte, I was always a fan of a good, quality coffee so I have decided to purchase a proper coffee machine and get decent coffee beans to have the best experience possible.

Saying all that I drink 1-2 cups per day, I don’t really go over it and trying to keep balance right I’m able to benefit from drinking it and increase my productivity during the day.

What is coffee?

In short coffee is a brewed drink made from roasted coffee beans. It contains caffeine which stimulates your nervous system making your body awake and stop it from feeling tired. It doesn’t necessary mean that you are not tired but you just don’t feel it that much.

Is it healthy?

If you drink 1-2 cups per day, this would not have any negative impact on you, it is scientifically proven that regular coffee intake minimise exposure for dementia when you get older, you have also less chance to get Alzheimer or Parkinson disease, you have a lower risk of getting diabetes and helps you burn the fat so this combined with morning exercise will help to achieve your training goals easier. Scientists were able to find that regular caffeine intake minimise risk getting cancer and depression.

What are the myths about coffee?

We are living in age when we are very much exposed to fake news, these are everywhere thanks to the internet and freedom of speech, which is good but like everything else, when overused you will get negative impacts of it.

The most common myths around the coffee subject are:

  • Coffee will dehydrate you – absolute nonsense, coffee intake does not make you urinate more than you drink!
  • Coffee is wiping off levels of magnesium – coffee is a source of magnesium so in fact if you are drinking it regularly you have more of it in your blood cells not less!
  • Coffee is causing a high blood pressure – this is also another myth, if you have problems with high blood pressure I would recommend looking into your diet and eating habits as well as contacting your doctor.

In few key facts listed above we were able to clear on what coffee can bring to your life and what it certainly doesn’t do so how we can actually use it as a daily tool to increase our productivity? How to stay organised? How to get motivated? My entire BLOG is created to help you become better person who is able to work in comfort of their own house or space.

When starting your day with a cheeky coffee you draw the line between your bed time and awakening, some people notice that even drinking first, second or third coffee in the morning they still feel sleepy and the problem isn’t with the coffee but with the body clock, it is proven that you should drink your coffee at the same time every day in order to get it to work on your terms.

So when shall we drink coffee? What will be the best time for that?

Human body works on 24h biological clock this operates with a help of hormones. One of these hormones is called cortisol which is responsible for us feeling awake, it is also called a stress hormone. If you want to keep your body awake you should drink the coffee when cortisol level is low. That is the entire secret.

General rule is to drink it after 2-2.5h after you wake up, if you wake up at 6am, make a coffee around 8:00am – 8:30am, you will see that you will get better results than drinking it as a first thing in the morning. Your second coffee round should be around 2:00 – 2:30pm so you will get another booster kick around this time. Remember that coffee is starting to kick in after around 20 minutes from the intake and it will keep you boosted for around 2 – 3 hours. Before you make another coffee, do wait until the first one stop working in your body.


As a summary, you should know now on how to drink coffee so it will have a positive impact on your working life!

What is your favourite coffee and how often do you drink it? Please feel free to comment below.

All the best,


This article has 2 comments

  1. Johnny V. Reply

    Amazing content here! Greetings from New Zealand.
    Johnny V.

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