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Regardless of being told over and over again that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, many of us make a habit of skipping it.
Why? because we (right or wrong) believe it takes too long. In a 2015 study, Mintel surveyed Millennials to figure out why they weren’t eating cereal anymore, since it’s one of the all-time simplest breakfast choices. The answer — for a whopping 40% — was that it meant clean up time.
We’d all like the kind of massive breakfasts families in movies set in the 1950s eat off checkered tablecloths, but no one wants to get up 45 minutes early to make them.
Instead, we all rush out the door in the morning and sit at our desks hungry and potentially more irritable than normal by 11 a.m.
When you’re thinking about lunch for an hour before you leave to eat it (and the hour in which you actually are eating it), you’re not as productive at work as you could be, and that can mean staying at the office later that night than you might have needed to.
You’re likely not going to get any less busy (or wake up tomorrow wanting to spend those 45 minutes cooking), so we rounded up some easy — and pretty inexpensive — options for a breakfast that’ll fill you up but won’t take more than a few minutes to make. Check them out below:
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Published at Fri, 10 Aug 2018 18:01:00 +0000