Skip Nav
Productivity
16 Mind-Blowing Life Hacks From Instagram
Valentine's Day
50+ Free Valentine's Printable Cards That Aren't Corny
Oscars
A Breakdown of the Oscars Gift Bag Worth Over $200,000 — You Won't Believe What's Inside

Money Saving Tips

Ready to Bring Your Lunch to Work Tomorrow?

My bringing lunch to work week challenge starts tomorrow so I hope you are all going to join in the fun. Let's save money and eat healthy by making our own lunches! I know how it might be hard to do that every day (I know I have trouble with it), so I decided to limit it to just one week — how simple is that?

Join my Bringing Lunch to Work Week group and share your updates as well as see how others are doing. I'm still thinking of what I want to make tomorrow so I'm open to any suggestions. Are you ready for the challenge — what dish are you bringing into work tomorrow?

Image Source: Thinkstock
Around The Web
Things That Are Not Worth the Money
How to Save on Travel
Birthday Freebies
How to Save Your Bridesmaids Money

POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests.

Join The Conversation
WeTheLiving WeTheLiving 5 years
I bring my breakfast and lunch to work every day. I have a lot of frozen meals and Campbell's Chunky soup, but I also purposely cook extra when I make dinner so I have it for lunch. If you're worried you'll overeat dinner, pack your lunch before you even make your dinner plate. I know soup and frozen meals aren't the best because of the sodium, but it can't be worse than eating out all the time and it's much cheaper. Plus, I'll usually take some fruit or oatmeal for breakfast.
gumdrops334 gumdrops334 5 years
I live half a mile away from work, so I go home for lunch every day! I save a lot of money :)
Latest Career & Money
X