7 Healthy Packed Lunch Ideas for Working Women

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Returning to the office doesn’t have to mean spending a small fortune on takeout and unhealthy fast food. With a little planning, working women can enjoy a healthy packed lunch. You might meal prep one day a week or take along delicious leftovers from last night’s dinner. Modern tools like bento boxes make having a hot, nutritious meal at your desk easier than ever. You don’t even have to wait for the office microwave anymore. What’s on your menu? Here are seven healthy packed lunch ideas for working women. 1. Chicken Sausage and Fig Salad Here’s a creative twist on the traditional lunchtime salads, marrying flavors that should seem unlikely — but work well together. Figs are an often-overlooked superfood that’s high in calcium and…

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