I recently had matcha in SF with the inimitable Leo Babauta. This guy, despite having created an army of fans who love his musings on productivity, happiness, minimalism, frugality, vegetarianism/veganism, health and fitness, setting goals, and many other topics has clearly digested the concept of humility. He has a long list of impressive achievements, yet he’s one of the humbler and most self-effacing people I’ve met in a long time. Check out what he has to say below about “best practices” concerning concentration, focus, and flow. And by all means check out his delightful blog at Zen Habits.
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Matcha, like many things we put inside our bodies, has a taste spectrum. Some of it tastes sublime, and some of it is disgusting to the point of being unpotable. And there's everything in between.I think many of you know what […]
Oct 23, 2018
As many of you know, a few years back we compiled a large (and growing) database of links to medical and clinical studies on the effects matcha and green tea have on human health.The reason we built it is that no such da […]
Oct 17, 2018