Changes are brewing in the coffee landscape these days, and we don’t just mean the return of pumpkin spice.
Since the pandemic hit, you likely said goodbye to your coffee pit stop before your morning commute, or even the midday coffee break with your coworkers. While we probably need a caffeine fix now more than ever, it’s safe to say our coffee habits have changed drastically in the past few months.
Cutting back on your Starbucks habit won’t suddenly help you afford a house, despite what some “experts” say. But it could save you between $1,000 and $2,000 a year, according to our math.
Even the former CEO of Starbucks concedes that our cheaper new habits might stick.