Recently I was given the opportunity to try Sweet Earth burritos and bowls. Between life and work, there are some days I’m out of my house for 12+ hours a day. Am I the busiest person? No. But do I find myself stopping somewhere and spending 20+ dollars for a meal if I don’t pack enough food? Always.
When Sweet Earth gave me the opportunity to try their burritos and bowls, I jumped at it. Storage is easy, and they sit in my freezer until I pack one. The burritos take about 2 minutes to cook in the microwave, and the bowls take about 3-4. It’s not like you’re taking time to cook.
About Sweet Earth:
- All foods are vegan/vegetarian and packed with plant-based protein. I’m not vegan or vegetarian, but it’s nice to occasionally have a meatless meal.
- Sweet Earth is environmentally friendly. They only choose ingredients that sustain and protect our coast. Along with good tasting products, the food is also sustainable.
- Sweet Earth also listens to customer feedback. They’ve grown and adapted with new flavors, vibrant colors, and complex textures.
So Anyway a Few Products I’ve Tried:
My favorite is the Curry Tiger which contains lentils, curried seitan, red peppers, and potatoes. Lentils are one of my favorite foods, so I enjoyed it. It keeps me full for a while thanks to the potatoes as well.
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#ad Lately I’ve been out of my house for more meals than not. I’ve appreciated the ease and simplicity of @sweetearthfoods burritos. . They only take a couple of minutes to cook in the microwave and have minimal and sustaineable ingredients. . Pictured here is my favorite the Curry Tiger Burrito.
My favorite bowl so far has been the Marsala which has turmeric rice with chickpeas, curry seitan, potatoes, and peas all in an Indian Marsala Sauce. I had never had seitan before this, and it was good! I found myself full for most the day.
They have dozens of more products to try, and all are vegan and vegetarian, made from sustainable and healthy good. Fast doesn’t mean unhealthy, and that is something I appreciate.
Saving Time Other Ways:
When I have a full plate of things to do during the day, saving minutes even hours, has helped me.
- Eliminate all distractions for a set time: If I’m working on important information or even writing, I turn off distractions. I put my cell phone in another area and turn off any notifications. I’ve found I can get work done 50% faster and save minutes or even hours just by putting my cell phone somewhere else. Thank goodness, I went to college in a time cell phones weren’t “a big thing.”
- Plan each day: Every morning before I go for a run or leave, I write down what I want to accomplish for the day. It takes 5 minutes but my mind is clear, and it’s much easier to get things done when I have a plan.
- Small Tasks First: Anything I can do within 5 minutes, I do first. I might cross ten things in 20 minutes and then spend 2 hours doing the next.
- Stop Multitasking: It seems counterintuitive, but for me, if I focus on one thing at a time I get it done much faster. Focusing on multiple things at once, means I slowly finish things.
- Set a Timeline for Research: Often I don’t know the answer to something, so I need to research. That can lead to mindless internet browsing…how did I get on this cat webpage? Something I recently started was setting a timeline. Once my set limit is done, I go back to doing what I was doing. It’s amazing how you can somehow complete a task in less time when you give yourself less time.
Thanks to Sweet Earth Enlightened Foods for sponsoring this post! You can find Sweet Earth at your local Kroger (my favorite grocery store LOL), Harris Teeter, Fred Meyer, Ralphs, Frys, King Scoopers, Marianos and more. Plus nationwide.
Questions for you:
How do you eat healthy while out?
How do you save time during the day?