I get asked this often: why do you buy K-Cups? Well, the answer is usually a lot more complicated than most people prefer to hear, so I thought I’d blog about it. You see, I buy K-Cups because I love coffee, but not just because I love coffee, also because I love life. Silly, right? Why would the fact that I buy K-Cups result in a discussion of existentialism? Coffee, to me, is an expression of life, and in everything in life, I try to experience it, enjoy it, and savor it to the fullest.
Buy K-Cups for Bliss?
Will I attain bliss if I buy K-Cups? No. That’s silly, but when it comes to the things in life that you enjoy, you’ve got to reach. Don’t just settle for the low-hanging fruit in life. Reach for the best, and how are you going to know what the best coffee is if you don’t try as many as possible? One of the major reasons that I buy K-Cups is that I can avoid the coffee rut. A rut is something you get stuck in, a pattern you repeat lazily because you think it’s good enough. Let me tell you, folks, life’s not in the rut but in all that space outside the rut. K-Cups let me drink a different coffee every day if I want, and now, thanks to CoffeeForLess’s build your own K-Cup box K-Cup singles, I can completely control my coffee adventure.
Buy K-Cups and Learn
Did that sound silly? Maybe your coffee is not an adventure, and you should be asking yourself why. If you make an adventure of the things you enjoy in life, you become an aficionado. Wine drinkers understand this, craft beer drinkers, cheese appreciators, and fine art collectors too, and I can’t help but think coffee should be the same. You become an aficionado of something by experiencing it. By buying K-Cups, you can learn about coffee from all over the world without fear of committing to a pound of beans that you don’t like.
So, if you were wondering, that is why I buy K-Cups, friends. I’d love to hear why they’re your favorite too.