To make their meals the night before and have to work the next morning? Damn, I was sooooo tired last night, I layed down to nap and didnt wake up untill morning.....Late for work.....No meals made for the day.....I ate least brought some oatmeal and enough protein powder for 2 shakes....Maybe I should go to subway for lunch?
Ya thats a good idea but Im never in the same office on any given day....Im always traveling around, hitting sometimes 2 places a day....Consultant.....Computers.....So I race from one client to the next....
I pack my meals once I get home. Its the first thing I do that way they are always ready. I do store canned tuna and chicken at my desk too plus oats and protein.
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I would stay away from MCDonalds too, I stopped going there once I got too old for the happy meals. I always keep cans of tuna at work but I also know that starkist has these ziplock packs that work great when you're on the run. No refrigeration needed.