Semi Sheer Cotton Tee (I cut off the sleeves) – Forever 21
White Straight Leg Jeans – Target
Camo Calf Hair Belt – Gap
Tabacco T Strap Sandal – Michael Kors
Balance is where my focus is these days. Time and money are major pieces of that puzzle, so a healthy grab n’ go lunch sounded like the best thing since sliced bread. During my Toastmasters meeting, I learned how to make a mason jar salad and decided to pack six salads for the upcoming week.
After collecting recipe ideas from Pinterest, I went a little overboard buying ingredients (see below) for this salad party of one. Only three of the six salads were eaten because work provided lunch on two days. Packing multiple salads for one person is tricky. Next time, I will buy half the ingredients and get a more creative with the left over ingredients.
The cost of ingredients totaled less than $30 and the reusable mason jars are about $10 at Target. Thirty bucks for a week worth of lunch is a steal. Buying a good salad near my office costs $10.
Interested in making your own grab n’ go lunch? Here’s “How to Pack a Perfect Mason Jar Salad” via PopSugar.
I’ve experienced the “real” Black Friday madness twice and it’s not worth it. This year, I slept in like any normal human being who stuffed her face with a ridiculous amount of food and shoved it down with pie, on Thursday. Sleeping in ended up being 8:30am, lol.
Curious to see what I missed, I hit a few stores after 2pm to find out that I didn’t miss anything. I did snatch up the cute pair of flats pictured above but they were at regular price. I won because $19.99 is a sale for me and I didn’t rush out in the wee hours of the morning to stand in a obscene line to get them.
Purchased at: Target
Style: Vianca Tuxedo Flat (click the link to find them online)