When I "think" I don't like something, I won't try it. FOR YEARS.
For instance, when I was eight years old I decide I didn't like hamburgers. My Aunt made me eat one of hers (Sorry if you're reading this!) and it was disgusting. So until a year or so ago I hadn't had a hamburger. FOURTEEN YEARS PEOPLE! The boyfriend got me to "broaden my horizons" and I tried one. Now if you follow my instagram, you know I'm obsessed with In and Out. I am a hamburger FREAK now. Same thing when with Thai Food. Mexican. Sushi.
|I counted how many of these pictures had on my phone....let's just say I have a problem.|
Anyways, I'm a taste snob. I like eat well. No exceptions.
This past year I've been trying to get more healthy, i.e. fruits/protein bar for breakfast, salads for lunch, cutting out almost completely fries and chips during the week, fighting through a three day juice cleanse, and less coffee. (Less not gone on the coffee and soda).
However, I am terrible about bringing my lunch to work. I eat out for lunch EVERY SINGLE DAY.
Sometimes I go to the grocery store and get salads, I recently have become embarrassed about eating Chipotle so much, and get a lot of smoothies. Not only is it not that healthy, it's EXPENSIVE. And I am by no means a baller. I really SHOULDN'T be spending $5-$7 on lunch every day and the same on dinner sometimes. That really adds up. Until I double my salary, if I continue to do this and have a tight few last days until my next paycheck this is absolutely the cause. I hate that feeling. Don't you?
So I need your help.
What can I bring to work for lunch that will sustain me, is cheap, doesn't have a lot of prep work and tastes GOOD? I'm not a morning person and I need something that I can bring with and will take me five minutes or less.
You should know...I'm weird about certain things being "cold". I don't like sandwich bread cold and I don't like soggy salads.