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Share with us your favorite bring-lunch-from-home hacks and your SMART goal for Bank It or Plank It Financial Bingo.
My goal is to save a portion of each paycheck towards a $1000 emergency fund.
We bought a new set of containers and started doing meal prep on Sunday for the whole week. It takes us about an 60-90 minutes but it is nice to be up and around getting all of that "work" done ahead of time and makes it really easy to grab and go in the morning.
That is a great idea! With a little planning up front, you save time, money, start the work week more relaxed, and eat healthier too.
My goal is to set aside money from each paycheck along with the sales from resale shop items for a trip to Alaska with my siblings.
I stock my desk with healthy snacks and bring lunch to work every day to save money. I love left-overs for lunch and my husband won't eat them.
Great idea!! I like to meal prep on the weekends as well, so much easier for me than prepping on a weeknight.
What a great idea to save the profits from the resale shop!
I have large containers that I stock every Sunday evening – 3 for veggies, 1 for meatless protein such as mung beans, lentils, etc., and 1 for other protein such as chicken or fish. It makes packing a lunch easy. Pick 2 veggies and 1 protein, add sesame oil, sriracha sauce or other seasoning and ….Voila! Lunch is made.
My goal for the challenge is to get rid of the clutter and minimize. If I haven't used it in a year, it's time to sell it or donate it. There is someone who has a need for what I don't.
I have never heard of Mung Beans, just googled it and will be adding to my lunch menu, thanks for the tip!
Do you have a recipe I could use for the Mung beans?