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The Limited Edition Franklin Cup

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The morning virtue.

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Made from European enamelware / steel that's campfire safe.

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The evening virtue.

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Made from European enamelware / steel that's campfire safe.

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The Limited Edition Franklin Cup

Our popular cream-colored enamel mug is emblazoned "What good shall I do this day"—a motivating query inspired by Ben Franklin's Precept of Order, an exacting system he devised to develop his industrious character. For our new midnight-black nocturnal version, we devised a follow-up question: "What good have I done today?"

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Our popular cream-colored enamel mug is emblazoned "What good shall I do this day"—a motivating query inspired by Ben Franklin's Precept of Order, an exacting system he devised to develop his industrious character. For our new midnight-black nocturnal version, we devised a follow-up question: "What good have I done today?"

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Our popular cream-colored enamel mug is emblazoned "What good shall I do this day"—a motivating query inspired by Ben Franklin's Precept of Order, an exacting system he devised to develop his industrious character. For our new midnight-black nocturnal version, we devised a follow-up question: "What good have I done today?" It's an excellent reminder to pause, reflect and take stock of the day's events and accomplishments. Together, the mugs bookend each day with a mindful moment.

Specs
  • Each edition is sold individually or together as a set
  • 3.5" x 3"
  • Campfire safe
  • 14 oz. capacity
Materials
  • European enamelware / steel
Origin
  • Made in the EU
In the Field

Mt. Hood, Oregon. Winter, 2017. Photo by Jason Frank Rothenberg.