I’m attempting this goal once again. The impetus being the dreadful headaches that i’ve been experiencing after having espresso. My body is desperately trying to send me a message and I’ve been ignoring it for months now. I took down 2 shots of espresso yesterday, then bid farewell for a while. It’s the ritual that I will miss most: flipping the switch to the espresso machine, grinding the beans and pulling a smooth shot. I’m working on embracing the tea pot…not quite as exciting…
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I’m convinced that caffeine withdraw is as detrimental to one’s mood stability as hard drugs. But caffeine is such an insidious pleasure, and so widely accepted, that it’s not on the radar as say, cigarette withdraw. I am on the same page as you: caffeine launches me into a state of universal love and understanding. Then I crash and think the apocalypse is coming (but it’s all worth it for that initial caffeine rush). Nothing is better then waking up to the morning paper and a hot cup of coffee. I wish you luck in your goal to cut back, but don’t beat yourself up on it. There are a few vices that are worth keeping to add a step in your day. There are worse drugs out there to stay away from. Regardless, I applaud your determination and I know how you feel.