However, there’s no need to be perfect. If you eat at the office but it’s healthy- no problem. Also, if from time to time you eat something unhealthy don’t punish yourself. We’re not robots.
Sometimes it can be a good idea to divide your breakfast in two parts. Such as, eat a breakfast, exercise then when you get to work, have a small (!!!!) snack to get your brain going.
On the days, I work, I usually will have my blender and smoothie ingredients ready to go. I am up at 4:45am, I make a liter of smoothie filled with superfoods. I drink 500ml as I drive to work. I pick up a coffee and I start work. I am usually on my feet for most of the 12 hour shift I work. At around 2pm, I take a time to drink the 2nd 500 ml of smoothie. I also will eat a boiled egg or quinoa, a small piece of cheese and water also. That usually keeps me going til 8. On the way home, I will eat some raw nuts, seeds, and dried fruits I packed the night before.
I hope that helped. I do a lot of prep work to make sure I eat healthy. That really works for me.
Usually I take some time in the evening to prepare my breakfast. Peeling fruit takes time you know.
On days when I have to travel far, I often eat in my car on the way there. It makes me happy I prepared good food for myself and that I'm not starving until I arrive or eat some simple candy like breakfast.
So, go with what works for you 🙂
The boiling water in the thermos will cook the oats or you can set it up in a microwaveable container and put it in the fridge the night before. Just heat it in the morning and load the thermos. Fast and yummy.
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