“Well, I’m ambidextrous, too. I can spill coffee with either hand.”
– Susan, server at breakfast
I never say no to coffee.
– White Collar, Agent Peter Burk
Always working to collect the best information on coffee for you! I do live to serve.
Here’s everything you ever wanted to know about coffee at work, but were too over- or under-caffeinated to ask:
Surprise! Coffee keeps you alert
Caffeine, the most commonly consumed psychoactive drug in the world, is a stimulant. It blocks the adenosine receptors in the brain, which lets the neurotransmitters like epinephrine and dopamine that are associated with alertness run wild. There are many studies showing that ingesting caffeine helps workers perform better, especially if they’re working when their circadian clocks say they should be sleeping. Researchers studying night-shift workers found coffee is effective in counteracting any ”sleepy effect,” and caffeinated shift workers made fewer errors than their decaffeinated colleagues.