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Work Lunches ( Eat Well, Save Money)


If you’re like me, lunch is the most important meal of the day. It’s when I recharge and get ready to tackle my workday. But sometimes it’s not just that:

sometimes my lunch makes me more productive at work than if I’d eaten it at home. This is because bringing your lunch saves time and money (and gives you more time for actual work). That said, there have been times when I’ve had to bring something from home because it wasn’t feasible, or even possible, to make something on-the-fly at my desk during a busy week.

But What If There Was A Way To Save Yourself Some Money While Still Enjoying Good Food?

Well, there it is! Here are some tips on how to eat healthier while saving money with lunches delivered directly to your workplace inbox:

  • Have a dedicated place to store your lunch items.
  • Keep your lunch items in a cool, dry place. If you don’t want to leave them out all day, store them in an airtight container.
  • Clean your lunch containers regularly and keep them organized so that you can find what you need quickly when preparing your meal.
  • Make sure you have appropriate containers

Plastic containers are easy to clean and reuse, while glass is more environmentally friendly. Reusable silicone containers are flexible and easy to pack, but they can be expensive. Choose a container that fits your lunch size: if you’re packing something small like an apple or sandwich, go with plastic; if you’re bringing home-cooked turkey (which won’t fit in a reusable container), use glass.

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Share The Cooking With A Friend Or Partner

If you’re not a great cook or if your friends and family are picky eaters, it can be nice to have someone else in the kitchen with you. In this way, cooking together is more about sharing than the competition. You don’t have to worry about who’s going to win the prize for the best dish.

With that said, if cooking is something that stresses you out (or if it doesn’t interest you), then talk with your partner about what their preferences are when it comes time for lunch. Maybe one of them wants meatloaf while another prefers tacos; maybe one has allergies and therefore cannot eat certain foods at all; maybe both of them hate tomatoes but like mushrooms so much they’ll eat anything! The point is not just making sure everyone gets fed, but also ensuring there aren’t any major conflicts between two people who aren’t used to working together in such close quarters.

You Can Save Money And Eat Better By Bringing Your Lunch To Work

Bringing your lunch to work is one of the easiest ways to save money and eat healthier. You can make this a habit by planning and making sure that what you bring is healthy, low-cost, and easy on the wallet.

Try buying prepackaged salads or sandwiches at the grocery store instead of going out for lunch every day. The savings are huge!

Make an effort to pack more veggies into each meal. You’ll feel full longer while also protecting yourself against diseases like heart disease, diabetes, and stroke (and possibly even cancer). This will help keep your weight down as well!


One of the most crucial meals of the day is lunch, and bringing your food to work is one way to do it while also saving money and eating better. You don’t need a lot of equipment or special storage solutions, just some containers that can keep everything separate from each other and some fun ways to eat your food!

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