A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006. Now a Popeyes fast food restaurant on Google Maps.

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Entry from February 19, 2022
“Live life today like there is no coffee tomorrow”

"Live life today like there is no coffee tomorrow” is a coffee saying that has been printed on many images.

The saying was popularized in the book The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well (2016) by Meik Wiking ("hygge" means “coziness").

“The link between coffee and hygge is evident in the Danish language. Kaffehygge, another compound word, this one consisting of ‘coffee’ and ‘hygge’, is everywhere. “Come to ’kaffehygge‘, kaffehygge and cake, gymnastics and kaffehygge, yarn and kaffehygge. Kaffehygge is everywhere. There is even a website dedicated to kaffehygge which states, ‘Live life today like there is no coffee tomorrow.’

It’s uncertain where this “kaffehygge” website is (and if the website is in English).


Wikipedia: Hygge
Hygge (/ˈh(j)uːɡə/; Danish: [ˈhykə]; Norwegian: [ˈhŷɡːə]) is a Danish and Norwegian word for a mood of coziness and comfortable conviviality with feelings of wellness and contentment. As a cultural category with its sets of associated practices hygge has more or less the same meanings in Danish and Norwegian. The emphasis on hygge as a core part of Danish culture is a recent phenomenon, dating to the late 20th century.

Google Books
The Little Book of Hygge:
The Danish Way to Live Well

By Meik Wiking
New York, NY: William Morrow
2016
Pg. ?:
The link between coffee and hygge is evident in the Danish language. Kaffehygge, another compound word, this one consisting of ‘coffee’ and ‘hygge’, is everywhere. “Come to ’kaffehygge‘, kaffehygge and cake, gymnastics and kaffehygge, yarn and kaffehygge. Kaffehygge is everywhere. There is even a website dedicated to kaffehygge which states, ‘Live life today like there is no coffee tomorrow.’

So while you can hygge without coffee, having some definitely helps.

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Beth
@Biff_Liff
“Live life today like there is no coffee tomorrow.” 😄☕
5:40 PM · Oct 1, 2016·Twitter for Android

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Mallalieu
@Mallalieu_
Kaffehygge - Live life today like theres no coffee tomorrow ☕️➕🍰 @ Mallalieu Boutique & Artisan… https://instagram.com/p/BMDZh2SgHfL/
12:33 AM · Oct 27, 2016·Instagram

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DrKetchup
@DottKetchup
“Live life today like there is no coffee tomorrow” #hygge #coffeelovers
6:24 AM · Nov 16, 2016·Twitter for iPhone

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Andrea Bourne
@lagopus_code
Live life today like there’s no coffee tomorrow #LittleBookofHygge #hygge ☕️📖❤️
1:26 PM · Jan 30, 2017·Twitter for iPhone

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FL Beach 🏝
@cherly_u_jest”
Live life today, like there is no coffee tomorrow.”
Quote Tweet
Meik Wiking@MeikWiking · Sep 29, 2016
Curious about #hygge? Learn more in my bestselling book: https://amazon.co.uk/Little-Book-Hygge-Danish-Penguin/dp/0241283914/ref=zg_bs_books_17…
4:19 AM · Feb 12, 2017 from Pebble Creek, FL·Twitter for iPhone

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Marwa Alblushi 💙✨
@marwa_alblushi
Meik Wiking, The Little Book of Hygge
“Live life today like there is no coffee tomorrow.”
DESERVING WINNER PRATIK
11:01 PM · Jan 9, 2022·Twitter for Android

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Rc, slow.
@Rachent_pyy
Live life today like there is no coffee tomorrow.
9:51 PM · Feb 14, 2022·Twitter for Android

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