Happy June, folks. Thought I'd drop a new little secret on noise I found thanks to the article on the New York Times this morning. It's the background noise of a coffee shop that sharpens the creative mind and focuses your attention. That's right! It's Coffitivity.
Bring the clanking of metal spoons to saucers, hear the whirl of espresso makers, and the chatter of strangers. It's the perfect instant atmosphere without paying $3.25 for a small coffee. (At home, I can make 10 cups of coffee for approximately $1.25, including the almond milk for lattes. Coffee shops never carry almond milk anyway, at least in my Southern California experiences.) I can bring the urban hipster love to the woods now. Check it!