I have a confession to make– I didn’t start drinking coffee until a few years ago. Back in the beginning, I’d mix coffee and hot chocolate into a concoction that helped me wake up when I was working at a job that required me to be there super early.
But you ask, “How did you manage during all those years before coffee? Did you get enough sleep?”
Heck, no. I had Diet Mountain Dew. Lots and lots of Diet Mountain Dew.
Looking back, they were way worse for me than any amount of coffee. All that carbonation, plus whatever evil ingredients they put in that artificial sweetener.
But now I’ve discovered coffee. My preference is light roast, but I’ll take just about any kind, just as long as I have creamer and sugar to make it palatable.
Now I’m one of “those people” who look at people who don’t drink coffee as weirdos. Do they really get the recommended daily amount of sleep? How does that even happen?