A 24-year-old audience executive’s work day lunches

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Organising lunches for work days isn’t always easy. In our new series, ‘The Lunch Diaries’, we ask Australian women to give us a week-long snapshot into what their work day lunches look like. From meal preppers to last-minute buyers, it’s an interesting look into the lunchtime habits of everyday women. This week, a 24-year-old audience development executive shares her lunch diary.

Age: 24

Job/Role: Audience Development Executive

How would you describe your approach to food?

I want to be excited by what I eat every day. No sad desk salads here!

I also don’t like to meal prep at the beginning of the week because I don’t like the concept of eating the same thing every day, so I usually make my lunches the night before.

I try to eat pretty low carb for my main three meals every day, so that I can fit in the many treats and snacks I consume in between (it’s hot cross bun season,…

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