3 Reasons You Should Make Your Own Coffee At Home
Are you always confused at the end of the month about where your money goes? I was. I remember being at work one day and looking at my account wondering why I didn’t have more money. I mean I made pretty decent money at the time and didn’t have very many bills. There literally should’ve been more money. I decided to sit down and go through every transaction for the month and I was absolutely SHOCKED! That month alone I had spent over 300 dollars at Starbuck’s. I worked in a fancy corporate building and we had an on campus Starbucks. It was just so convenient to walk over (sometimes 2 to 3 times a day) and get a latte or a snack. I literally wasted thousands of dollars yearly doing this. We are in a period of time now where we need to be smart with our money. Making your coffee at home is a great step to take.
I work from home now so getting in lines at drive thru’s and inside where you have to wear a mask is just not my thing. Every other day I get up and drive my car around because over the last year my car battery has died twice due to not being driven. While taking my car out for a walk (LOL) I am in awe at the lines to places like Dunkin Donuts and Starbuck’s and I can just imagine what the lines look like inside. You need very basic items to be able to make a great cup of coffee or tea at home. Skip the lines and germs and make you a great cup of coffee at home!
Let’s think about things for a minute. These big chain coffee places have thousands of locations and service millions of people, it’s not possible to have high quality beans used on the regular basis but they aren’t lowering their prices due to this fact. Plainly said you are paying for very low quality beans. As I said above you need very few things to make a good cup of coffee at home. The first thing you need is a high quality bean. The Glam Café’ www.theglamcafe.com is the perfect place to source beans from. I work directly with coffee bean farms to ensure the quality. Most of the time bigger is not better and these huge coffee chains sacrifice quality for quantity.
I could go on and on about the many reasons you should be making your coffee at home but I think these 3 are the foundational reasons. You could very well be your own Home Barista.