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Best Everyday Saving Trick of 2010: Bringing Lunch to Work

Bringing lunch to work is so easy, it's no wonder why 40 percent of you voted that as the best everyday saving trick of this year in our Best of 2010 coverage. Meanwhile, a close runner-up was automated savings followed by the use of coupons. This definitely is one of my money resolutions for the new year — to start bringing in lunch to work more often. Assuming that an average lunch costs $6.50, it'll cost you about $1,560 in one year if you eat out every day. Looks like a big figure when you add it all up, doesn't it? I'm wondering, what do you usually bring to work for lunch?

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Gdeeaz Gdeeaz 6 years
I take a bunch of different stuff. Leftovers, frozen burritos, ramen, etc. Today my co-worker brought in a frozen pizza and we cooked it in our toaster oven. I'm taking tamales tomorrow.
imLissy imLissy 6 years
I usually bring leftovers. If there aren't any, I'll take some hummus, some bread, and whatever we have in the fridge, spinach, an apple, turkey, cheese, to make a sandwich.
amytnguyen amytnguyen 6 years
I usually bring sandwiches...I only wish I could bring my Foreman grill so I can grill them!
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