Visions of a Tiny Coffee House

     Source    Sometimes, we cross paths with people that we click with instantly. Just like that.    I remember the day Chels walked into our office. Well, I also do remember very well – as she told me later – what she thought of me the very first time she saw me: “This chick is way too happy.” Can’t help it, I guess.   A few weeks later, and we discovered that we have more in common than we might have initially thought.   A big factor certainly is our shared love for coffee and all things cozy, rustic, seaside-ish, travel-ish and so on.  Coffee as a lifestyle . I know, it’s a thing nowadays.   We both always had this idea in the back of our minds to create something ourselves. We have jobs, true, but why not make something from the scratch,  something that’s entirely our own .   Since we both love to explore, be outside and enjoy our coffee beans, we started talking more and more about a Wi-Fi place (because that’s just essential) that allows people to have a somewhat different coffee experience.   Our idea of a tiny coffee house (mobile, ideally) was born.   And here we are, still on a level of daydreaming about a mobile coffee house, that gives people a different, unique coffee experience, while traveling cross-country with it. The  traveling BFFs and their tiny coffee house  – sounds quite dreamy to me.   We are pinning our hearts out on a shared  Pinterest  board (it’s still on private, but might change soon), and looking at our bank accounts. Hmpf.  Life is too short not to create something ourselves.   We’re at it – and things might “fall into place” sooner than later. Why not take the risk? Something beautiful might come out of it.   A tiny coffee house, a unique one, a mobile one. One, that brings the coffee experience to the next level – for the dreamers, the wanderers, the home-bound, the restless, the creative, the ones seeking inspiration – and all those enjoying a hot cup of pure, good caffeinated goodness.  Our vision of a tiny coffee house.    Story to be continued…    ________________________________________________________    Does anyone have any experience with this? Thoughts? 

 

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Sometimes, we cross paths with people that we click with instantly. Just like that. 

I remember the day Chels walked into our office. Well, I also do remember very well – as she told me later – what she thought of me the very first time she saw me: “This chick is way too happy.” Can’t help it, I guess. 

A few weeks later, and we discovered that we have more in common than we might have initially thought. 

A big factor certainly is our shared love for coffee and all things cozy, rustic, seaside-ish, travel-ish and so on. Coffee as a lifestyle. I know, it’s a thing nowadays. 

We both always had this idea in the back of our minds to create something ourselves. We have jobs, true, but why not make something from the scratch, something that’s entirely our own

Since we both love to explore, be outside and enjoy our coffee beans, we started talking more and more about a Wi-Fi place (because that’s just essential) that allows people to have a somewhat different coffee experience. 

Our idea of a tiny coffee house (mobile, ideally) was born. 

And here we are, still on a level of daydreaming about a mobile coffee house, that gives people a different, unique coffee experience, while traveling cross-country with it. The traveling BFFs and their tiny coffee house – sounds quite dreamy to me. 

We are pinning our hearts out on a shared Pinterest board (it’s still on private, but might change soon), and looking at our bank accounts. Hmpf.

Life is too short not to create something ourselves. 

We’re at it – and things might “fall into place” sooner than later. Why not take the risk? Something beautiful might come out of it. 

A tiny coffee house, a unique one, a mobile one. One, that brings the coffee experience to the next level – for the dreamers, the wanderers, the home-bound, the restless, the creative, the ones seeking inspiration – and all those enjoying a hot cup of pure, good caffeinated goodness.

Our vision of a tiny coffee house. 

Story to be continued…

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Does anyone have any experience with this? Thoughts? 

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