Coffee for thought

Sometimes it takes coffee to get my creativity going. It's this weird phenomenon. When I have 1 cup, I feel generally good. If I have 2, then I get this creative urge. When I have 3, I find I get totally over-creative and can't keep my mind to one thought.

Espresso seems to spark me straight to the unproductive over-creative spin.

Now I'm looking for a coffee regime that'll keep me moderately inspired, without knocking my head or ability to focus to bits. But, alas, I haven't found it.

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October 30, 2009

Danienel

Yes - too much coffee is certainly not desirable. These days I grow my own lemon grass and drink some of that infused in water... but a coffee a day...what can I say.

October 29, 2009

Frantab01

haven't had a cup of coffee in 2 years, and i love it :(

October 29, 2009

Wildmac

I haven't been able to drink a cup of coffee without feeling nauseous and sometimes getting a headache for about ten years. I don't think caffeine agrees with me. I drink tea generally, but the thing that I find gets my creative thoughts flowing is a walk in the wild. It doesn't really have to be the back of beyond, any tree filled garden that blocks traffic noise is good. Even better if it has a pond or some sort of flowing water in it. It even works for me if it's raining. JMO Cheers :0)

October 29, 2009

smartview27

If I drink more than 2 strong coffees it's not god...So one strong coffee wolud be enough for me...

October 29, 2009

Danienel

Coffee got me through tax returns today!

October 29, 2009

Mani33

Feeling relaxed is helpful, with coffee, cigarette, beer, even a lemonade or a chocolate bar!

October 29, 2009

Fultonsphoto

Danie, is it only coffee :0) If so try watering it down a little.

October 29, 2009

Creativei

Well do not take that fourth cup, you might have only dreams of your creativity..... :--))))

Well at times I do get creative idea after a quick smoke.

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