How I Make Time for Meals When Working from Home
This post was sponsored by Tai Pei as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
Working from home definitely has its perks. When I told my boss that I was moving to Albuquerque, without flinching she asked me to work remotely! After I got over the initial shock of such an offer, I started thinking about what an amazing opportunity I’ve been given! Don’t get me wrong, I love the office I worked at. I had my own big office with an amazing view of the Rocky Mountains. I have amazing coworkers and we have a lot of fun together. My commute was easy and there is a cafe in the office building so I never had to face the lunch rush.
Nothing about my job has changed, and I still talk to my coworkers via Skype. But now that I am in the comfort of my own home, I can play music, open my window and get fresh air, and wear whatever I want. Hello, leggings! But with all that comes temptation. I have one hour for lunch, and there is so much I can think to do besides eat a meal. If I get all my household chores, like laundry and the dishes, done during my lunch break, that means more time in the evening and weekends for fun with my boyfriend! And then the hour has flown by and I haven’t eaten lunch. So what is a girl to do?
I’ve never been good at meal planning or prepping. I see all these pictures on social media of counters full of meals in containers ready to eat. I am organized, but I am not that organized. Or motivated. Well, luckily for me, Tai Pei has all new, great tasting single serve entress! These Asian inspired frozen entrees are made with real, quality ingredients.
Tai Pei single serve entrees can be found in the frozen section. I went to my local store and bought a few I wanted to try. There are so many delicious flavors to choose from. Try it out with this coupon. Save $1.00 on ONE (1) Tai Pei® Entrée (7.9 oz. or larger) or Appetizer.
For lunch today, I tried the Tai Pei Chicken Chow Mein. Mmmmmm! I love the chow mein noodles! And it has plenty of chicken and veggies. The real, quality ingredients gave it a fresh taste. The convenient, new packaging makes it easy to cook in the microwave. All I had to do was remove the outer wrapper, throw it in the microwave for 4.5 minutes, and lunch was serve. And I still had time to do some chores around the house. Score! Now working from home has one extra perk I look forward to.