3 of the Best Books for Coffee Lovers



Millions of people across the globe are coffee drinkers. Coffee lover or not, you probably had at least cup in your life unless there is a health-related or other compelling to avoid it. From homes to old town coffee shops you stumble upon when traveling, delicious brews continue to become part of people’s everyday life. If you are curious about what makes coffee an integral part of many people’s lives, here are some recommended reads to better understand this popular and well-loved commodity.

1. Amazing Coffee Travels (Tales of a Coffee Expert, #2) by Serge Remy
Amazing Coffee Travels is an entertaining read about a coffee buyer’s adventures and experiences as he travels in search of coffee. The book provides fascinating insights into diverse coffee cultures and the unique ways each culture celebrate and enjoy it.

2. Beginners’ Guide To Coffee At Home: Coffee Basics For Coffee Enthusiasts by A. Edward Gur
Why pay more for a cup of delicious brew every single time you want it when you make it at home? If you are among those people who want to prepare great-tasting coffee at home but have no idea on how to get started, then this book is for you. From learning how to store coffee properly to brewing the coffees you love, Beginners’ Guide To Coffee At Home provides the information you need.

3. The World Atlas of Coffee: From Beans to Brewing- Coffees Explored, Explained, and Enjoyed by James Hoffmann
This book takes you on a journey into the world of coffee. With impressive and vivid images to interesting stories and details, The World Atlas of Coffee will leave you more informed and in awe of the amazing thing that is coffee.

Regions To Check Out In Scotland


Scotland is not just home to chilly glens and wintry lochs.

It’s also home to some of the world’s most beautiful regions.

Here are the regions to check out in Scotland:

East Lothian

Formerly known as Haddingtonshire, East Lothian is a registration county in Scotland that is surrounded by the Midlothian, the Scottish Borders, and the city of Edinburgh (where the best universities in Scotland are located).

It is home to towering castles, historical buildings, and pristine beaches such as the Dirleton Castle, Fa’side Castle, Lennoxlove Historical House, Prestongrange Industrial Heritage Museum, Seacliff Beach, and Yellowcraig. It’s also best known for surfing activities in Dunbar and sailing activities in North Berwick, as well as Gleckinchie Distillery or National Museum of Flight and Bass Rock or John Muir Way.

West Lothian

Formerly known as Linlithgowshire, West Lothian is a historic county in Scotland that is surrounded by the River Avon and the River Almond.

It is home to towering castles, historical buildings, and scenic parks such as the Blackness Castle, Linlithgow Castle, Houpton House, Torpichen Preceptory, Beecraig Country Park, and Polkemmet Country Park. It’s also best known for kids’ activities in Five Sisters Zoo and outdoor activities in Almond Valley, as well as Linlithgow Loch or Stables Tearoom and Livingston Designer Outlet or The Centre.


Formerly known as Edinburghshire, Midlothian is a registration county in Scotland that is surrounded by the East Lothian, the Scottish Borders, and the city of Edinburgh.

It is home to towering castles, historical buildings, scenic parks, and other landmarks such as the Borthwick Castle, Crichton Castle, Mavisbank House, National Mining Museum, Roslin Glen Country Park, Vogrie Country Park, Pentland Hills, and Wallace’s Cave. It’s also best known for Da Vinci Code’s Rosslyn Chapel and the world’s oldest tropical butterfly conservation area Butterfly and Insect World.

Do you know any other regions to check out in Scotland? Share them with us below!

Don’t Let Traveling Around Wear You Down


Frequent traveling has its share of challenges. Fatigue, lack of sleep, poor diet, and stress are just some of the things that seasoned travelers face. While a growing number of travelers are becoming more health conscious, many are still struggling with the physical and mental toll that being constantly on the road entails.

Poor health makes you vulnerable to a wide array of illnesses. But it could make you even more susceptible when you do a lot of traveling for your work. Your inability to maintain a healthy diet, regular exercise, and good sleep not only affects your vitality. It could also lower your resistance to infections. Staying healthy helps you overcome health risks including airborne and directly transmitted infections. Here’s how you can take good care of your health when traveling.

Build lasting habits. There is no short-cut on your way to better health. If you want to get back in shape, you have to focus on the long-term. Re-examine your lifestyle to figure out what changes you will have to make to become healthier. If travel is a major part of your job, you have to build habits and routines that would hold even while you are frequently on the road.

Make time for stress relief. It is natural to experience stress from time to time. Good stress can even be beneficial for you. But bad stress has to be managed effectively if you want to enjoy good health. Traveling can elevate your stress levels. Long airport check-in lines, delayed flights, the rush to catch connecting flights, jet lag, and busy schedules can make business trips more stressful. If left unmanaged, stress can result to poor sleep and unhealthy eating. It can also drain your energy, which could tempt you to give up exercise. To avoid or relieve stress, you need to keep doing the things that you tend to give up when you are stressed out. You should get enough exercise, sleep, and proper nutrition to maintain good health.

Build routines around your health goals. Traveling becomes routine if you do it often enough. But there are still unexpected things that could happen that could disrupt whatever travel routine you have developed. You have to learn how to adapt quickly and customize your activities to make healthy habits sticks. Anticipate obstacles that could tempt you to slack off while on the road. Prepare countermeasures that you can use to ensure that you do not have to sacrifice your healthy routines given sudden changes in your travel itineraries.