There are many different ways to achieve the same layout in CSS and HTML. Some are now frowned upon, like tables or floats, and others tend to overlap somewhat, but have a clear specific purpose, like Flexbox and Grid. But CSS has another layout engine, and it’s one that has been part of CSS since […]
The coffee conspiracy
Let me tell you how my regular working day looks: I wake up, I get dressed and eat my breakfast. I then proceed to make my coffee, my small beginning-of-the-day-ritual. I head to my computer. I’ll handle e-mail and check some sites for about 15 minutes. Then I start working.
During my e-mail checking I gently sip my coffee every once in a while, and during the first 15 minutes of work I do so as well. Then it happens.
I get into flow
Before I know it, My tummy starts rumbling and it’s time for lunch. I grab my, presumably empty, cup to rush to the kitchen to make lunch and more coffee and then I realise I let about of a quarter of my coffee go cold. Damn it! What a waste. And this happens to me a couple of times a week.
Sure, being able to slip in flow so easily probably is a good thing, but it annoys me to bits that I constantly forget my coffee.
How do you deal with the forget-everything effect of getting into flow? Do you think I should get a USB mug warmer? Let me know in the comments :)