This post is sponsored by MAX by MAXWELL HOUSE
Lately I’ve been so incredibly busy it has been almost insane. With a crazy work schedule and clocking in more hours than I thought it was possible, a full roster of baking classes and in the middle of a commercial space remodel (to give said baking classes) my wheels have been spinning like crazy.
So I’ve been looking for ways to amp up my energy levels in a way that doesn’t take time because honestly, I have little or none of it. And you know what? We millennials are all right in the middle of career changes, relationship status changes, and a whole lot of moving around and pursuing our passions, time is not something that we all have a ton of.
While I have found a couple of meh options to give me a boost (drinking a full glass of water only takes you so far) I was still in the quest for something powerful, amazing, delicious, and preferably not extremely expensive.
And that’s exactly when I found MAX Boost by MAXWELL HOUSE. It’s a Keurig Coffee Pod that’s delicious, affordable, and best of all it comes in 2 different caffeine levels so you can pick how much energy you need at any given time. Amazing right?
You can either pick the 1.25X More Caffeine* or the 1.75X More Caffeine*, and both can be found on the lower shelves of the coffee section at Walmart. I, for example, love the 1.25X* when I’m in the middle of a tight deadline and the 1.75X* when I really need a strong energy boost (for example that time I had to get to work on time after spending the whole night painting the new space).
I also love how quick they are to brew – they are Keurig pods after all – and how convenient they are, I mean you can stash some of them in your desk drawer and have a couple of them at home for when the energy levels start to drop.
If you are interested in giving them a try, which I highly advise, click here.
What do you do to boost your energy levels up?
*1.25X: This product contains an average of 142mg caffeine per serving compared to an average of 112mg caffeine of Arabica coffee.
1.75X: This product contains an average of 205mg caffeine per serving compared to an average of 112mg caffeine of Arabica coffee.