Blog-a-day-June… Tuesday, 12 June
I was back at Mugg & Bean today. The one in Rustenburg.
And I was extremely happy! I was able to use their wi-fi. Without issues. I hope this is a trend that will continue!
Blog-a-day-June… Thursday, 7 June
I went back to campus, in the hope that I can do some more work in the library. Unfortunately, I wasn’t allowed in. Apparently I wasn’t supposed to be allowed in yesterday either. Because I am not registered a student.
So I went to Mugg & Bean. In Brooklyn Mall. One of my favourite places when I stayed in Pretoria.
And, contrary to Mugg & Bean in Rustenburg, I connected to the wi-fi easily. I could not believe the ease in connecting!
I also returned home in the evening.
As you might guess from my blog’s name, I enjoy coffee.
I like to drink alone, or with friends.
I like “normal” coffee, “average” coffee, and all kinds of new and strange coffees.
When I visit friends, and they ask me my choice between coffee or anything else, I ask “what type of coffee do you have?”. Sometimes I will say no to coffee, depending on the quality.
I prefer to take only milk with my coffee – again, that depends on the quality.
I want to start a new project. A project where I write about coffee.
The problem is this: I drink coffee and I know when I like coffee or not; I want to translate my coffee tasting experiences into words. I don’t know how to do this. I am not big with words. I want to learn how to describe my coffee experiences. I guess I could say I want to become a “coffee critic”.
And here is what I need from you, my loyal (or brand new) reader: Is there someone out there you can refer me to that could guide me in some way yo become a coffee critic? Maybe a blog or website that is dedicated to critiqueing (sorry about that spelling!) coffee?
Any help will be appreciated.
I found my new profile picture on the page http://www.dailygossip.org/study-says-coffee-intake-has-antidepressant-effect-on-women-1571
I also read some of the article. I must say it was a little informative…