After trying the SAP! drinks, I vowed to try more beverages that have a cause or positive message attached to it. I’m looking into more brands that do this (and I’m taking suggestions if you have any). Companies aren’t usually transparent about where their money goes or where the ingredients are sourced, and a lot of us don’t really question it. Why would we? We were raised in a climate where corporate brands have been vying for our attention, and it’s easy to miss smaller companies that are trying to do better. It’s tough deciding what brands or companies to spend your money with, when it really comes down to it. I don’t know that there’s necessarily a right choice in some instances. There’s constant stress and grappling with spending the money you earn, and how to spend it (unless you’re rich, but I don’t believe rich people have any reason to read or relate to anything I write). I even have some skepticism when I do find a brand that seems to hit the right marks with me. What are they hiding? What are their values? Sometimes the lines are too blurry to make a distinction between pandering and genuine mission statements. Do you ever feel that way? It seems like inclusivity and awareness are just brand benchmarkers now. But again, the lines are pretty blurry. It’s rare that I find a brand whose owner has transparency about their motives, so it led me to seek out something and report back.
Yes this is not some scam, not some click bait to make you read this article. It is something legit, that worked wonders for me. In a span of three months I lost about about 30lbs, so about 10lbs a month, which is huge. To some it may seem like a long time to lose that amount of weight, but that is including keeping muscle mass, and not losing weight at an unhealthy rate where it is tough to keep it off.
While growing up, I was the kid that chose to be a shut-in. Instead of going outside to embark on new pretend adventures or dabble in childish mischief, I wanted to sit indoors and listen to my grandparents stories.
For most humans, coffee is the essential ingredient in one's day to allow for us to actually do things, and not be total grouches during the process. Everyday it is the same thing, the patient wait in the drive thru or the line inside to get the coffee. Now minus the expensive coffee at Starbucks, many people enjoy the cheaper option of Tim Hortons or McDonalds. This has caused a fierce loyalty between the two, but now it is time to figure out which is the better option, breaking down the size, the price, and even the rewards.