|Quoting B6JFKH81 (Reply 12):|
I work 2 jobs, so I'm working 6 days a week. This gives me Sunday to do all my chores (cleaning the house and whatnot), but one thing I do so I can make time for myself during the week is PRE-COOK and PRE-PACKAGE my meals for the week (with some minor exceptions). So my breakfast quiche and dinners are cooked and ready to for me all week long, the only thing I have to throw together is my lunch. I do eat lunch AND dinner at work M-Th because my schedule is 11:00 - 21:00, so I bag it up in the morning. On Fri/Sat I do bag my lunch, dinner varies depending on what my plans are for seeing friends and family. Sunday I treat myself to pizza after my chores for the week are done.
|Quoting DocLightning (Reply 15):|
You are disgustingly motivated and hideously well-organized. But good boy for eating your veggies.
I idolize you, actually. I wish I could be that organized and do it all ahead-of-time, but I get mixed up in other priorities (like having a life).
I don't bring my lunch. I do like to cook, but I'm too busy doing other stuff with my husband and two trouble-making dogs. Sometimes I'll make a lasagna or baked spaghetti or casserole and then we can eat that for the week.
|Quoting Dreadnought (Reply 16):|
My commute is about 3 minutes. I have about the best commute in Atlanta!
|Quoting comorin (Reply 20):|
p.s. Can you buy vintage wine with food stamps?
|Quoting AM744 (Reply 25):|
Eating out is 2x more expensive but the main reason is I always add pounds when I do it.
|Quoting max999 (Reply 26):|
She did say there was one exception...this one white guy would always bring his own lunch. However, she has seen his wife, who is Asian, and believes that she packs his lunch for him.
|Quoting HOONS90 (Thread starter):|
Do You Pack Your Own Lunch?
|Quoting sturmovik (Reply 33):|
Seriously though, BLR has a lot of these amazing little cheap eateries with the best food ever..