Tags » Starbucks » Page 2

Book Review: The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg

Duhigg , C. (2012) The Power of Habit: Why we do what we do in life and businessNew York: Random House

This is one of those books by a middle-class middle-aged American where ( 545 more words

Book Reviews

December 21st

Dear Sophia,

I love you.

I know you must know that by now. It couldn’t be more obvious.

I hope it’s not but today might be the the last time I see you before Christmas. 642 more words


My Private Public Diary Vol. 5

My life has been weird lately, which is not unusual. I do weird shit, I hear weird shit, and I hang out with people who are weird as shit. 547 more words


Views on seasonal drink reveal misogyny

A couple of weeks ago on a particularly warm fall day, I went to Starbucks with a friend. As I surveyed my drink options, weighing the merits of the perennial caramel iced latte against the promise of an iced café mocha, something caught my eye.

103 more words

The Best Day This Season

My aunt works as an administrator at a very small “hippie dippie” elementary school. Kids there work with teachers to decide the curriculum and the day to day events, and the school is in the middle of 12 acres of woods. 524 more words


Starbucks Reserve Roastery & Tasting Room (Seattle)

Hi coffee fans,

Well, this blog is usually devoted to chronicling the myriad and multitude of cafés in and around Seoul from the viewpoint of a Seattleite, but once in a while I gotta have my little detours into developments in Seattle, no? 1,783 more words