· Slow down and fill your gap with coffee
In Sweden, you'll often hear a word: Fika.
Fika is a very moving and subtle word: a sunny morning or a lazy afternoon, alone or with a couple of friends at the office or a coffee break on a street corner. The Swedes used Fika so well, as the British used it to describe High Tea, that it was not only a noun, but also an action, and gradually evolved into an attitude to life -- whether it was boring or busy, nothing mattered when Fika arrived.
The meaning of Fika is to bridge the gap between you and life. Slow down the pace, a cup of coffee, a dessert, enjoy the slow time brings people immersion and happiness.
The world let me coffee wonderful, I return the world a smile.