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R.E.D. (Remember Everyone Deployed)

Donald Wingard

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R.E.D. (Remember Everyone Deployed)

On Fridays, we wear red to honor our servicemen and servicewomen who are serving and sacrificing for our freedoms. Wearing red may seem like a small thing, but the meaning behind it is huge. It means that you understand that the freedoms you enjoy each and every day are due to the vital role our military members play in securing those freedoms. Wearing red also shows the family and friends of those brave military members that they are not alone in remembering these true heroes!


What does your coffee cup say about you?

Donald Wingard

What does your coffee cup say about you?

I wouldn’t say that my wife and I are hoarders of coffee cups, but we have A LOT of them! Seriously, we have one cabinet full of them and more packed away in boxes. What’s not to love about a coffee cup though? It holds your favorite beverage, has a handle to keep you from burning your hands, and usually has something on it that reflects a bit about who you are. Maybe it is a cup from a favorite business, a theme park that you and the family love, a sports team, your college, your business or organization, and...


Coffee Moments by Lynsey Howell

Donald Wingard

Coffee Moments by Lynsey Howell

This is our Guest Blog #2 and comes to us from Lynsey, a coffee mom blogger @ www.sippycupofcoffee.com   I started my solo journey three months ago in Belize and I'm working my way south to Panama.* I stopped in Granada, Nicaragua to take Spanish classes. Central America is well known for growing amazing coffee, but because it is such a profitable export, it's very difficult to find it other than in instant powder. And for a coffee snob like myself, I can only go so long on bad coffee. I had finally found an Americanized cafe, probably run by expats....


Coffee on the Brain: The Impact of Coffee Intake on the Brain

Donald Wingard

Coffee on the Brain: The Impact of Coffee Intake on the Brain

This is Guest Blog #1 and is submitted by the intelligent and charismatic Katelyn Craine (IG - @beautifulshitshow) who can normally be found writing for www.mygreentools.com on mental health and holistic healing. Coffee has been a hallmark of American society for centuries. The drink gained popularity in the States after the Boston Tea Party, when it became patriotic for American citizens to ditch their British-imported tea for a caffeinated beverage that didn’t lend itself to the empowerment of the British empire. In the past hundred years, coffee has become a pseudo-sacred part of most American’s daily ritual. This drink has become so popular in American...

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