Kim Kardashian knows how to espresso her feelings.
The SKIMS founder took to TikTok on Jan. 23 with a memorable message on joy. As seen in the clip, Kim starts the video by putting a face serum on, then making herself a coffee drink and taking a sip.
While these steps are happening, an audio is playing over the footage that says "Good morning, everybody. Did you know if you replace your morning cup of coffee with a nice, hot cup of green tea that you can lose up to 87 percent of the f--king little joy you have left in this life?"
Kim was sure to pack in an extra punch by lip-syncing with the words, "of the f--king little joy you have left in this life."
The 42-year-old captioned the post, "My first tik tok without North. I'm feeling myself!"
Indeed, Kim is no stranger to making TikTok videos with her 9-year-old daughter North West, but drinking coffee on the other hand is something rather new for her.
"I started to drink a little bit at the age of 42. Coffee and alcohol," Kim shared on the Dec. 27 episode of The goop Podcast, per People. "I feel like I just gotta let loose a little bit."
As for what led to her change in habits with alcohol, Kim explained that she wanted a change of pace from always being in work-mode.
"I just don't ever feel comfortable just laying around doing nothing," She continued. "So my version of that has been to spend some time with my friends and have a drink and stay out a little bit later, when I probably wouldn't have done that before."
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The change in her routine also came amid Kim finalizing her divorce from Kanye West and following her split from Pete Davidson in August.
More recently, Pete has continued to fuel romance rumors with Chase Sui Wonders as they were spotted packing on the PDA in Hawaii on Jan. 21.
Neither Pete nor Chase have publicly commented on the romantic speculation, but Chase did previously sing Pete's praises on working with him in Bodies Bodies Bodies.
"We had a lot of dark exchanges in the movie," she told The Face magazine in September. "So it was nice to have some relief outside of that, to have a good guy who can bring levity and humour to the role."