coffeetrailJim Rohn said, “If you are not willing to risk the unusual, you will have to settle for the ordinary.

Adventure implies risk, not knowing what might happen. It says offroad.

“Instead of trying to make your life perfect, give yourself the freedom to make it an adventure, and go ever upward.” – Drew Houston

There are days when you just aren’t all about taking risks. The comfort of routine invites you to take it easy. Do what works.

Then, out of nowhere, that spirit of adventure sings to you. Nothing can hold you back from doing something different. Trying something new.

You are going to do it.

One dictionary calls adventure an…exciting activity, especially the exploration of unknown territory.

You know, we can’t predict what might be an escapade for someone else. If fact, we are not fully aware of what will thrill ourselves. We jump at new experiences with the hope of surprise.

Sometimes it’s that day when you start your routine, and all of a wheee something changes. You get so absorbed in solving, saving, succeeding; time is a non-entity.

And whoosh, it’s over. You look at the time on your phone and think, “What a rush!”

Somehow, you saw the 20 foot wave, paddled your 6 and a half foot board out there, and rode it.

Java Jacks is for such a day as this.

Be adventuresome. Try something new.

“What can I get for you?”

“I want something new.”

“What do you like?”

“The dark roast, Red Dirt.”

“Have you tried a Cortado? It’s an espresso with just enough steamed milk to take the edge off. I’ll make it expressly for you.”

And your adventure begins with something special made just for you.

Or maybe you are ready for a walk on the wild side. Say to your friendly neighborhood Java Jacks barista, “You decide. Pour an adventure in my cup.”

This may be just the act that shifts you from routine into amazing.

Then again, maybe today is when rock solid routine is your platform from which you embrace life as it is, and you order the coffee of the day savoring one of Brent Patton’s one-of-a-kind Camino Real roasts.

Either way, Java Jacks is ready.

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