The Story of Sweatpants & Coffee




The idea for Sweatpants & Coffee was born, as many great ideas are born, during a time of personal reflection and solitude. That is to say, while its founder was taking a hot shower. The concept of a site that would celebrate all things comfort-related, one that would help people to feel good about themselves, was immensely appealing to Nanea Hoffman. With dripping hair, she bought a domain name and sketched out a plan. Nanea spends a lot of time in sweatpants, drinking coffee, so this was inevitable. Sweatpants & Coffee is a place where you can kick back, enjoy yourself, and be comfortable. Because when you are your most comfortable self, you can do anything.

Nanea Sweatpants Coffee

21 Comments

  1. julie

    sounds like my cup of coffee! I would love to read this book

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  4. Tracy

    Simply the best blog or happy place that I’ve come across. Thank you for you time and effort

  5. Brigette Gregory-Slayter

    Beautiful!!!

  6. Debbie

    I always need a dose of Sweatpants and Coffee. Love your posts on Facebook and also here. Thank you.

  7. Gloria Lee

    Beautiful blog!

  8. Nancy Donatelli

    I received a wonderful quote from this website and was inspired!
    Happy New Year

  9. Teri

    LOVE THIS! I find myself just wanting to hang out here!

  10. Hbg

    Where can get sweatpants

  11. Teresa Grimsley

    I’m interested in being a part of your community.

  12. Melissa

    Thank you for the love, vulnerability and compassion expressed throughout this blog. It is a true gift to read and brings so much light and hope.

  13. Sue Burrow

    Very interesting place. Makes you want to whisper.

  14. Roger Burdette

    May I share content from your *The Anxiety Blob Comfort & Encouragement Guide* in online services for the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Montgomery (Alabama)? I am the religious education coordinator at UUFM. During our services, we have a brief section called Time for All Ages in which I share a story or other meaningful content. Your book would be perfect — especially during these stressful times. Will you allow me to share content from your book and website while giving you full credit?

    1. Nanea Hoffman

      Hi Roger,

      I’d love to hear more about how you’d like to use the material. Your services sound wonderful! You can email me at nanea@sweatpantsandcoffee.com.

      Best, Nanea

  15. Angela

    It’s like you’re pulling your words from my soul. Thank you for this outlet and your honesty.

  16. Lara Fordis

    Very much enjoying your blog

  17. Bobbie Bonte

    how can I register on your website to receive your updates and newsletter and become a member of your community ?

  18. Jacqueline Hutchinson

    Enjoy this website so much! Thank you for sharing!

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