work at a coffee shop… right now



Last week I mentioned a few of my work-from-home quirks like my new home-working arrangement and my obsession with eating out.

In response, Jamie Silver directed me to Coffitivity via Twitter.

It’s simple, yet amazing.

If you are alone in your home studio or in a cubicle in a corporate office, visit this site and be instantly transported to your own personal coffee shop.*


*Caffeine not included.


 PS – Check out my interview about business and Franklin in Pawsh Magazine on page 38. 

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  1. loveeeee this. my love, A, is a freelance designer, he makes coffee shops his work space for the noise, people, and atmosphere. this is one step closer!

  2. regina

    Awesome! Listening right now to drown out my boss talking (whoops~!) 🙂

  3. I am so glad you (and everyone else apparently!) is loving that link I sent you! Glad I could help!

  4. Jo

    I’m interested in your experiences with CSS and wordpress, and am wondering if you could share more? Your site is very professional and appealing. Also, I have two blogs… one for my teaching ( and another for my crafts ( … and neither of them are fantastic, yet I’m not sure if my teaching blog should be fancy (e.g., CSS) or not… Thanks!

    1. Jess Lively

      Honestly I know absolutely no CSS myself. That is something that my husband who is a programmer does for me. I would check out and see her CSS tutorials for more information along those lines.

      Or, if you would like to work with me one-on-one about branding, content, direction, and those topics (not CSS, but bigger picture) – I’d be happy to consult for you. You can find more info here:

  5. omg this is so awesome! love it, will come in very handy for those afternoons when I’m stuck inside working alone.

  6. Robin Hardeman

    OH my goodness,where was this 8 years ago when I started working from home! Love it! Thanks for sharing!

  7. OH. MY. GOSH. I’m pretty sure this is going to revolutionize my work day. I LOVE working in coffee shops but it’s not always feasible. This is beyond fabulous.

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