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Embracing Change

Posted by Erin Fischer on

Change is inevitable. Some change is good like the changing in seasons or changing how you make a favourite recipe because you found a better way to make it. Some change is normal like changing your hair style or changing your workout routine. Some change is scary like changing jobs or changing where you live. It doesn’t matter how much we don’t want to change to happen it will always happen, every day we make changes subconsciously and consciously. The small changes are easy, and they rarely make an impact on us, but the big changes can be challenging especially big changes during times of uncertainty such as in a pandemic.

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The Cupping Show of Central & South America

Posted by Nathaniel Fleming on

Nathaniel & Bart kick-off 'The Cupping Show' with five #specialitycoffee 's that are amazing in their own right.

We keep the conversation chilled and make sure it relates, we celebrate each profile, its origin, the farmer and of course the roastery. We also share our thoughts on what equipment to purchase to be able to experience these at home.

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Why It's Good to Cry

Posted by Erin Fischer on

You feel it building up, the lockdown get’s extended yet again, Covid cases are on the rise, you have to delay an event yet again and work is getting overwhelming. You feel the tears building in your eyes, but you blink them back because you can’t cry.

You get yet another job rejection after applying for what feels like 200 jobs and you felt you really nailed the job interview. You feel the tears building in your eyes, but you blink them back because you can't cry.

Home schooling isn’t working out with your kids because you find them making excuses yet again, you trip on the cat, and you can’t get any time for yourself. You feel the tears start building, but you blink them back because you can’t cry.

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Ways to Get Out of a Funk

Posted by Erin Fischer on

It’s normal to have down days and days where you feel like the world is against you, maybe Covid has screwed up your plans yet again or you’re feel overwhelmed at work or just because. It can be hard to get out of this funk, but there are ways to reduce it and make it less overwhelming.

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RUOK Day

Posted by Erin Fischer on

Today is RUOK Day where you are encouraged to ask those around us "Are You Ok?" and talk about how they are really going. The idea behind it is that a conversation can change a life for the better and we need to talk about how we are going and not brush it aside.  This year has been hard for a lot of us with continuing lockdowns, cancelled plans and the uncertainty due to Covid. I am sure one day we will look back on this time and it will seem like a distant memory but at the moment it...

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