Lunch prep isn't just for kids
In my brain, the year is separated into sections.
Winter is time to cuddle up near a fire with your loved ones, spring is the time to get excited about the summer to come, summer is the time to work hard and be flexible, and fall is the time to get back to healthy routines.
This is the time of the year when I try to put away as much food for the winter (hello ugly veg!) and start meal planning once again.
And while the new school year provides the opportunity to start a new set of lunch prep ideas, these are not limited to kiddos and can be easily adapted for adults.
Unlike children, who get a lunch whether they like it or not, adults can decide to forgo the pre-packed lunch and eat out at a restaurant.
And while there are fantastic options in North Bay for a quick lunch featuring local fare (I'm looking at you North Star Diner and White Owl Bistro), we still need to pack our own lunch most of the time.
So in the hopes to inspire you to become a lunch-packing pro, here are some of my favourite tips: