21 March

What is healthy?

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What is healthy?

Staying healthy is hard. It is hard when you have a full time job, it is hard when you have to travel, it is hard when you have kids, it is hard when the weather is cold, it is hard when you are broke. But we don’t have to give up. My first glimpse into […]

28 February

5 Tips on Becoming Your Own Boss

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5 Tips on Becoming Your Own Boss

In the early days following my initial decision to start Slipstream it was surprisingly easy to stay busy. The problem for me was the feeling of uncertainty and not knowing if all that was keeping me busy was actually helping me reach my goal. Unlike my job in finance, there was no structure, no deadlines, […]

11 February

For the Love of Cocktails

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For the Love of Cocktails

The below guest post is by Steve Oshana, our friend and bar consultant. Steve is a mixologist turned consultant with previous leadership roles at BLT Steak and Harvest Moon Hospitality Group. Steve shares our passion for service and will work closely with us to bring a unique and focused cocktail program to Slipstream. Let me […]

4 February

Change is Good

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Change is Good

I never liked coffee, even with tons of cream and sugar it was just too bitter for me. I assumed it was something people suffered through in order to stay awake. The word coffee instantly transported me back to late nights in college scrambling to get through a paper due the next morning. Almost immediately […]

29 January

Taking the Plunge

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Taking the Plunge

Just over a year ago my life was consumed by my job. Not unlike many trying to climb up the corporate ladder, I never stopped to think where that ladder led. When I tried I was blinded by the safety of a steady salary and the fear that anything else would lead to failure. It […]

15 January

Share in Our Journey

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Share in Our Journey

Welcome to our blog! We have loved the feel of local coffee shops for as long as we can remember. From the small town diners where we grew up in rural Pennsylvania and outside of Boston to the craft coffee roasters in San Francisco, our understanding of not only the coffee, but of the community that comes with it has grown. […]