October 3, 2017
September 26, 2017
Maya Angelou is a hero who leaves a legacy that will continue to inspire future generations. Today, Caterina Fake discusses Maya Angelou’s accomplishments and inspiring work:
“Before she died in 2014, Dr. Maya Angelou was one of the most admired people in America. She’d done it all: singing, dancing, activism, train conducting, greeting card writing, single parenting, writing, acting, teaching, leading, inspiring. She was a national hero, poet laureate, icon. She received 50 honorary doctorates. She gave all she did everything she had, all day, every day, to everyone that she met. She says so. It’s there to be given, she says in this wonderful interview on the Harvard Business Review.
You, me, new and future Angelou fans–let’s get some inspiration from her too. How did she do it? How is it done? How can we do it too? First of all, let’s look at her unusual working conditions. She works in a hotel!
September 12, 2017
There are so many different ways to enjoy Sudden other than the classic hot water and stir version. One of the best things about Sudden coffee is its versatility. Because Sudden is freeze dried, you can simply add it to the liquid of your choice. My personal favorite Sudden libation is an Iced version made with coconut milk and cinnamon. It’s simple, it’s easy, it’s truly delicious, and it needs to be shaken, not stirred.
This week’s Sudden Hero is Adam Goldberg, the editor in chief of Drift Magazine. Drift is a beautifully curated publication that focuses on the unique coffee culture of one city per issue, “Drift is about coffee, the people who drink it, and the cities they inhabit.”. Adam is a self described software engineer who loves food, “I’m not a restaurant critic, nor am I involved with food professionally. I’m a software engineer who has a passion to eat and share my culinary experiences. Most importantly, I love food”. In addition to being the editor of Drift, Adam also runs an amazing food and restaurant blog titled, A Life Worth Eating. (more…)