There are so many health reasons to give up coffee, but today we’re going to simply appeal to your vanity.
Shavonne at Lovin the healthy life has a great inspirational post written one week after giving up coffee. The method she used, which is one we very much agree with, was to cut down to one per day before giving up completely.
The caffeine in coffee can effect people in different ways, particularly depending on your size, gender and metabolism.
In this video Kaitlyn Ernst gives a speech connecting caffeine consumption with procrastination. A recent poll (unsourced) suggested that 85-95% of American students procrastinate.
Coffee is traditionally thought of as a pick-me-up, but many people find that it can actually make them feel tired. Caffeine seems to affect people in different ways, but overall there are 3 main reasons this happens.