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Help!!! On the road salesperson... needs help with lunches!
I'm a sales person that is ALWAYS in the car and on the road. I have fallen victim to routine of fast food lunches. I want to pack lunches, but get SO bored with sandwiches and also need something that is car friendly, in case I am driving. My other big problem is water drinking! There is nothing scarier to me than a gas station bathroom! And my brain equates more water drinking = more gas station bathrooms!

Is anyone else here a salesperson and can relate? Have any tips? (I am a female so peeing in a mason jar or soda bottle is not a valid option!) ;)

Thanks in advance!
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RE: Help!!! On the road salesperson... needs help with lunches!
1/16/13 11:55 AM as a reply to MrsKirrane.
Things that come to my mind : Salad with dressing aside so it don't get munchy, you can substitue bread for wrap, tortillas, etc...and vary the content like chicken, blt, tuna, etc...


Can't help you with the bathroom problem as i'm a men and never had that problem...
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RE: Help!!! On the road salesperson... needs help with lunches!
1/18/13 6:33 AM as a reply to MrsKirrane.
Hi, first thanks for the laugh about the gas station bathroom - but - I gotta agree!

I travel for work, and so does my husband who travels internationally as well.

here's what I pack each day.

Cottage cheese with some pineapple chunks (yes it can be tricky to eat while driving - but hey give yourself minutes to eat it at a rest stop)

almonds

protein bar

Shakeology (or a meal replacement shake) that I can mix with some bottled water

string cheese

peeled (ahead of time) hard boiled egg

I'm sure there are more, but this is just what I've found to be the most convenient for me. A meal replacement shake is super easy (I've tried several types) but I drink it - it's done I move on.

Get a good lunch bag that keeps the temperature cool also.

Let me know if that helps or I can come up with more (given some more time to think about it) emoticon

Coach Donna
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RE: Help!!! On the road salesperson... needs help with lunches!
1/20/13 5:29 PM as a reply to CoachDonna12.
Thanks for the advice!
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