You don’t have to eat at your desk at work anymore, especially if it’s a granola bar and yogurt.
I get it! Your work day is PACKED. From meetings to phone calls to reports to actually doing the rest of your job, you feel like you don’t have a moment to stop and breathe.
You’re constantly go go going and when the end of the day rolls around, you realize you haven’t taken a lunch, let alone a break the entire day. You just gulped down some trail mix, chowed down on a protein bar or inhaled something from the vending machine or break room and kept it moving.
When 3 o’clock rolls around, you’re struggling to find the energy to get through the rest of your day, and have to mainline a cup of coffee or a sugary snack to keep going.
You feel caught in a chaotic hamster wheel that at the end of the day, is making you feel run down, stressed out and not like yourself.
Your body could be letting you know enough’s enough too; maybe your stomach’s gotten extra sensitive, you’re putting on more weight, or your skin is breaking out or flaring up.
You want to feel more energized and less scattered, but have no idea how and where to begin to make that happen.
You can start with one small step: taking back your lunch with a Not at My Desk Lunch.
Not at my Desk Lunch is a movement to take your lunch break away from your desk, give yourself space to recharge and eat food that makes you feel good.
By taking that time to recharge and nourish your body, you can be more focused, calm and productive at your job, say bye bye to the afternoon slump and leave on time at the end of the day!
The Not at my Desk Lunch ebook breaks down 4 simple steps you can take to get away from your desk and make your lunch really count, as well as the science to why these steps are important.
Steps and science isn’t enough for a Not at My Desk Lunch; you gotta eat and eat well, right?
If you’re overwhelmed or stumped on what to eat, I’ve got you.
In the Not at My Desk Lunch ebook, I’ve created 15 nutrient-dense, whole foods recipes you can make to enjoy for lunch (and dinner if you want!) that taste good, make you feel full, and will help you fight off the afternoon energy slump.
15 recipes means you can enjoy an ENTIRE MONTH of work week lunches from this book.
10 of these recipes that are exclusive to the Not at My Desk Lunch book and they will never be published on my blog.
All recipes are:
- gluten and dairy free
- labeled with other ways of eating, including Whole30 and The 21 Day Sugar Detox
- shot in a food storage container you can pack your lunch in
- include tips on how you transport and pack your lunch
What you get in the Not at My Desk Lunch ebook:
- Relatable nutrition information on why a Not at My Desk Lunch is important
- The Four Steps to incorporate a Not at My Desk Lunch into your day
- Ways to have better digestion and stress less
- 15 lunch recipes to make and enjoy away from your desk
- Packing tips for all lunches (and beautifully shot pictures!) to help you see it
- Ways of eating labels to see which recipes work for you
- Whole30 and 21 Day Sugar Detox friendly recipes
- My favorite resources for packing your lunch and brands I love
- Any updates to the Not at My Desk Lunch ebook, at no additional cost to you!
Here’s What People Are Saying About Not at My Desk Lunch:
Not at My Desk Lunch gets me away from my computer screen and especially getting some sun in the middle of the day. – Nick G.
How about a win?!? …I went outside, to the lovely courtyard with sun and live plants. I ate my lunch without looking at my phone. Guess what? I. Was. Full. So I stopped eating. I did not inhale the salad over a dozen emails. – Lauren B.
If you’re ready to take back your lunch, health and sanity, the Not at My Desk Lunch is here to help you make that happen. You don’t have to feel this drained, depleted and frantic anymore. By eating a nourishing, lower stress lunch, you can start to take back your day and energy.
Big change starts with small steps and putting you first.
By taking a Not at My Desk Lunch, you’re making a small, powerful, and nourishing commitment to yourself. That you and your health come first. It’s doable and also pretty damn delicious.