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My day – Life of a Blogger – Nespresso Creatista

written by gregor September 7, 2017
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I read more blogs each day than I’ll admit, and one of my favorite post types to read are “Day in the life” posts. I just love to hear how other people spend the 24 hours they’re given every day! If you’re interested, here’s how I spend my time. If not, well, I can’t say I blame you.

Mornings,..

my alarm goes off sometime between 6:45am and 7:15am each morning. Groggy I wake up and the only thought that drives me out of my warm and cozy bed is the anticipation of my first cup of coffee. With this awareness, I hop out of bed, heading straight towards the Kitchen.

Here it stands, my brand new Nespresso Machine. Eager to sip the first cup, I pour fresh cold water into the tank, select among the wide assortment, one capsule and place it in the holder.  For my macchiato/latte, I fill the metallic goblet and put it under the integrated milk frother. Carefully and feeling like a barista, I try to make a tree or a heart but it takes practice. If I have time, I take my delicious hot blend back to the bedroom and spend a few minutes pulling up Facebook and Instagram, checking my emails, and texting.

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After a refreshing shower, and strengthened by coffee and an appetizing breakfast, I sit at my computer and work on my blog, which is like my baby at this stage of life, spending a good 40 minutes checking my personal and blog emails, blog statistics, moderating comments, Instagram Posts, Pinterest repins, Facebook, Twitter, etc… It’s almost laughable how quickly I can spin through all of my different social media sites, email accounts, and more.

Serious Work – Conference Calls…

for the next four hours (give or take) I work. I am an European Marketing Manager at an IT Service and cloud provider, so I spend my day emailing, managing social media, in Conference-Calls, managing the company blog, emailing some more, designing collaterals, organizing conferences, and emailing a bit more. Lots of time is spent on the computer, and some days I feel like I’m a slave of my desk but thanks to Master (or God) Coffee, I manage to survive the day.

My first coffee break is around 10:00 am. Rushing to the kitchen I choose another aromatic selection to keep me going…

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Lunch…

is the next best thing on the list and I enjoy preparing my food, knowing that my next cup of coffee will follow soon after savouring my meal.

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More of Serious Work – Conference Calls…

and again longing for the work day to finish and of course straight to the kitchen where I prepare myself another cup of delicious Leggero on ice to cool down during a hot afternoon or a hot Ristretto, depending on the temperature.

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Evenings – Dinner time…

after a short shower, this is possibly my favorite moment of the day, feeling great–accomplished, somewhat exhausted but comfortable and hungry I cook dinner and I really enjoy it, making a hearty salad, a homemade dish, a yummy pasta, or a Mozzarella Caprese.. I usually sit at the dining room table, reflecting the day, of course with a cup of coffee, this time I opting for a caffeine free capsule, as this decaf is as delicious as the other flavours. This is usually when I’ll finish writing the blog post I started in the morning. It’s also when I catch up with reading my favorite blogs, following people on Facebook and surfing the online shops if needed.

… Or chillaxing with friends or bloggers…

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Bedtime….

by 10:30pm, I’m usually in bed. At this point, I typically require between 30 minutes to an hour of wind-down time as when I’m blogging, my mind is *on* and alert. Finally falling asleep, dreaming of my next morning cup of succulent coffee.

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In cooperation with Nespresso Austria.

 

All photos and  videos made by thebeefilms

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