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Thanks guys! The tuna would be hard for me, because my first job I'm all out in the open...but not a bad idea to mix with Nancy's message! I'm a massage therapist, so my second job is just my massage room - but a high protein snack on the way would help get me through a massage, then I could have the tuna kit later since they don't have to be refrigerated! Any other ideas? Thanks ladies!
That would be really hard for me! Can you eat a small snack or mini-lunch at your first job and then eat again (another mini-lunch) when you get to your second job?
Or you could eat some nuts and fruit (I love almonds with raisins mixed in - keeps me full for a long time) to tide you over until you get to the second job.
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If you can get it in your area, Bumble Bee Fat-free tuna salad with crackers. Or even a SlimFast bar would be healthier than fast food.
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Okay, so I travel from one job to another, and often have to eat in the car! Which makes drive thrus VERY tempting! Any ideas for easy, cheap, hand-held travel food?? Other than the traditional sandwich, that gets so boring! THANKS!