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Bring Your Lunch

Bring Your Lunch

Bringing your lunch can save you on average $10-$20 per day. Even just bringing your lunch for ONE DAY out of the week can add up to around $80/month or more!

Here are 4 quick tips to help:

  1. Cook enough of your meal that would allow for leftovers.
  2. When putting dinner away at night, meal prep by putting together meals in containers, rather than stuffing it all back in the fridge.
  3. Pack your lunch before bed.
  4. Place a sticky note on the door or in a visible area to remember to grab your lunch before you leave in the morning.

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