Unless I’m feeling particularly exhausted – or lazy – I typically make Shane and my work week lunches right after dinner before cleaning up the kitchen. Shane’s easy – I just make him two sandwiches: one PBJ and one turkey, cheese, and mayo.
Mine, however, is a bit more complex. I think of my lunch in components.
When I pack a lunch for the day, it usually involves the following components:
- something sweet
Today’s lunch successfully included all necessary components:
Tuna salad (made with mayo, diced apple, and walnuts) over a bed of “mixed greens” with some balsamic vinegar splashed on top of it all. And a side of yogurt.
Wait, where’s the sweet? It’s in my purse, in the form of a Luna candy Bar:
I swear, the coconut luna bar tastes like a samoa girls scout cookie, but with underlying “health bar” tones. It’s probably the tastiest bar out there in my opinion.
It’s another mild week in Central Illinois this week. We’re supposed to hit mid-40’s today! Hopefully the rest of the work day speeds on by, because my mind’s on taking Niko for a post-work walk. It feels like it’s been weeks since she’s gotten a decent walk, poor pup.
Also, before I go, I finally put together and added the video for the exercises from this morning’s circuit workout if you’d like to check it out. I used some new video-editing software to make it all fanciful, too Hope you guys like it!
Have a great day, friends.
What goes into packing your lunch for a work day?