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Top 7 Reasons Why I Have A Lunchbox

“Eating healthy and preparing your meals comes at a price, but it is entirely worth it.” – Carl
Top 7 Reasons Why I Have A Lunchbox

Top 7 Reasons Why I Have A Lunchbox

Top 7 Reasons Why I Have A Lunchbox

  1. Eating out all of the time gets expensive
  2. I use money saved to invest
  3. I feel a sense of independence
  4. I  feel more disciplined
  5. I get to learn to cook food
  6. It helps me appreciate food more
  7. I avoid having to decide where to eat
I’m amazed that I never use to appreciate making my meals earlier in my life. 
Top 7 Reasons Why I Have A Lunchbox

Top 7 Reasons Why I Have A Lunchbox
How did I eat before?
I would eat out a lot at fast food restaurants. I never really had someone to teach me how to cook, and so I had to learn myself the importance of meal preparation.
How did College change all that?
I learned in college that you have to survive! Surviving means keeping your food expenses low so that you can afford to pay for rent, classes, and other related living expenses.
College taught me to budget. Most importantly, college taught me to buy things at the grocery store. It taught me to buy things at the grocery store, but only the things I truly need, and that I will consume (actually eat) every month.

Top 7 Reasons Why I Have A Lunchbox

How do I feel when I eat junk food?
It’s important to treat yourself now and then with rewards for achieving your goals! Life would be dull if all we did were work all the time for the sake of working.
Top 7 Reasons Why I Have A Lunchbox

Top 7 Reasons Why I Have A Lunchbox
The point is that every once in awhile it’s okay to eat out, but not every day.
I can tell the difference between healthy food and fast food, and junk food (fast food) makes me feel weak! Junk food puts me in a bad mood because of the lack of nutrients my body is receiving.
Thank you for reading this post. Please look around the rest of the site for other interesting articles.
Kindly,
Carl W. Schultz

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