30 Ways to Revitalize Your Lunch Break

Lunchtime doesn't have to be bland or boring, just as it doesn't have to be a frenzied time to run errands or multitask. Our printable calendar provides 30 ideas to add a little adventure to your midday break.

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These are some good ideas for me to try. I am permanently disabled and no longer in the workforce, however, I am at my computer desk a good many hours of my day. Time for me to unplug and see if my food tastes different, maybe my digestion would be better, and possibly I'll eat slower. It is said that it takes 20 minutes for the brain to send your stomach notice that you're full. I've been following this standard for some years now. Let's see if getting away from the desk will make a difference. Cheers! Report
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Mixing it up. Report
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From time to time you need to change/switch it up..... Report
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Since retiring, lunch is more flexible for me. Lots of good ideas in this article. Report
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Nicole Nichols
Nicole Nichols
A certified personal trainer and fitness instructor with a bachelor's degree in health education, Nicole loves living a healthy and fit lifestyle and helping others do the same. Nicole was formerly SparkPeople's fitness expert and editor-in-chief, known on the site as "Coach Nicole." Make sure to explore more of her articles and blog posts.