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getting down to business

After having my own office, along with a convenient regular coffee hangout for the past zillion years at Q, it’s been interesting exploring new alternate office spaces. This morning, I chose a local coffee house for a meeting and to spend some time working on the agenda for Friday’s informational churchplanting meeting at Lounjin, from 7-9pm. And yes, that is a shameless plug for Friday’s meeting.

I have yet to find a new daytime office/coffeehouse hangout since Lounjin opens pretty late, and have noticed that my productivity level at home is less than desirable. Thus far, I’ve tried out a few of the usual suspects: Fuel, the Street Bean (for meeting people who work downtown), Irwin’s, and will probably check out just how busy Solstice is these days. With the exception of the Street Bean, I can walk to all the other coffee houses, something that works a little exercise into my daily routine. If you were looking for a friendly coffee house in the University District/Wallingford area, what would you choose?



4 thoughts on “getting down to business

  1. In Wallingford I’d look at Chocolati, in the University District I like Trabant.

    Best wishes, you are missed

    Posted by gyenyame | December 9, 2009, 9:43 pm
  2. I heard a story once of a guy who works at home who, when he’s ready to get to work, walks out his front door, walks clockwise around the block, walks back into his house and starts to work. At lunch, he goes out, walks counter-clockwise around the block back to his house and has lunch. Then he goes back around clockwise back to “work” and again counter-clockwise back “home.”

    He says psychologically, it puts him into work space and home space.

    Posted by randall | December 10, 2009, 12:00 am
  3. I think Randall’s got a great idea there. You could try a side door too to signify “work.” Hope it goes well on Friday!

    Posted by Jonathan Edmund | December 10, 2009, 2:01 am
  4. I don’t remember the name of it, but there’s a great little cafe across the street from the University Heights Center on 12th. It has a little sign outside that says “best sandwiches in town” and its true. nice atmosphere, quiet and cute. Check it out.

    Posted by Becky Jarboe | December 27, 2009, 10:58 pm

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wife, partner, daughter, and sister. traveler on the journey of faith. rage against the machiner. sometimes pastor.


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