Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Tea Break

One of the good things about working in an office, in Denmark at least, is that there is free tea, coffee and soft drinks abound. There are also pastries on offer once a week or so as I have mentioned before and being a consultant, there is generally a free lunch to be had as well.
It should be noted that there is no such thing as a free lunch and I pay by way of the £10 return trip to Copenhagen and not being able to eat in my own canteen where the food is significantly better. I digress

The problem with working at home is that there are not many coffee breaks and cakes are unheard of. Until this morning.

I have instigated a new once a week tradition of buying a treat on the way home from dropping off J. My oh my what a good idea that was!
The final essential part of the tea break is reading the BikesnobNYC blog. The guy is a genius and makes me laugh every day. Oh and of course the Fat Cyclist and so on...


  1. Anonymous10:42 am

    The advantage of working at home is that you CAN have as many breaks, coffee, tea, biscuit, cake, coffee and biscuit, tea and cake or any combination, as you like. Roll on retirement. ajen

  2. Anonymous3:33 pm

    I am rolloing on!
    In school today until lunch.
    Now off to play.

  3. Anonymous12:26 am

    I think that you are prone to the odd treat.
    Is this the case, MK?