You've probably noticed how your day flows better when you start with a cup of tea.
Time for yourself. A moment of clarity. Plan your day.
Combine that with a mid morning cuppa to start that project, early, late afternoon sips, followed by a few tasks done, and an evening herbal and your day is broken into approachable chunks of time.
Each cup tells you what's happening next.
It's no secret that habits form the basis of success, and a day built around habitual cups of tea creates a perfect framework to organise your day.
Of course tea drinkers are the most organised people in the world!
Research also shows that brains of regular tea drinkers are remarkably different to other brains.
Researchers took MRI scans of habitual tea drinkers and non-tea drinkers and the results were clear.
"Our study... provided the first compelling evidence that tea-drinking positively contributes to brain structure making network organisation more efficient," researchers from China, Singapore and the UK concluded in their Aging Journal published article.
Need I go on?
The research was based around life-long and potential protective effects of tea-drinking against age-related decline in brain organisation, so the average research participant age was 70.
Life-long tea drinkers ready with scientific evidence from their fabulous tea-infused minds.
It didn't matter if they drank green tea, black tea, oolong tea, or herbals. The results were clear.
What a delightful way to build a fabulously organised life.
As if you needed another reason to drink tea.
Originally published 25/05/2021, 11:31 am AEST