I feel like the universal drink of moms everywhere is coffee. It’s our lifeline, what has kept us alive and moving since that first little babe was brought home. It’s no secret that I love me some coffee. I’ll take it hot, iced, with cream and sugar, or black. It’s why I felt the need to create this fun Coffee Makes Everything Possible printable wall art for my three season porch. I love sitting out there with a good cup of coffee on summer morning. The coffee is vital. It helps me maximize my morning routine and gets me focused on the day’s schedule before the crazy starts. If I’m lucky I can even hear a few birds chirp before someone yells, “moooooommmm!”
Coffee Makes Everything Possible
Being a momma to four kids ages 10, 8, 6, and 4 most of my days are spent running around with them or for them. You know how it goes. It seems we are always running somewhere…even in the summer. There are summer camps, vacation bible school, swim team practice, piano lessons, pool days, playdates, sleep overs, and of course checking off our Summer Bucket List! My busy mom life intertwined with my busy work life are why maximizing my morning routine with a cup of coffee is key to getting the day started off right! Coffee Lovers Unite, amiright?!!!
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If you would like to download this printable 8.5×11″ wall art just click the link below. Or if you’d like you can also click on the image above and save it to your computer to resize it to a different size. I printed mine on heavy 110 lb white card stock. And used a cute clipboard to hang it on instead of a picture frame.
And I thought it would be fun to add in some Coffee Survey results that Folger’s did from cities around the country including my little nook of the U.S., Chicago! Because from Memorial Day through Labor Day, many people experience a “productivity slump.” So while we head into summer with big plans like repainting the bedrooms or working in the yard, the summer season often passes us by without our to-do lists checked. How do you maximize your mornings?
Chicago Coffee Survey Results
How much do Chicagoans love coffee?
Chicagoans have consumed the most cups of coffee in one day.
- Chicagoans say, on average, the most coffee they have consumed in one day is 5.2 cups—more than any other city in the study.
- While coffee drinkers in Chicago make and drink coffee at home about 7 times a week, they buy coffee and drink free coffee away from home more frequently than coffee drinkers in other cities, about 3 times a week.
- Coffee-drinkers in Chicago spend more time with a cup of coffee than most other activities (13.4 minutes).
Why do Chicagoans drink coffee?
Coffee makes Chicagoans more productive.
- Four-in-five (78%) Chicago coffee drinkers agree that drinking coffee makes them more productive, and a similar number (80%) feel that coffee keeps them going throughout the day.
- While winter is the least productive time of year for Chicagoans, those who are less productive in the summer (20%) use coffee to beat the productivity slump (78%).
- In the summer, coffee drinkers in Chicago are most likely to drink coffee when going on a road trip (71%) or camping (54%).
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Folgers® . The opinions and text are all mine.