What I Eat in a Regular Day at Work

Breakfast on a day at work
Lunch on a day at work
Dinner on a day at work

I’m a generally nosy bitch (in fact, I am the nosiest of bitches) and I love knowing any and all gossip, peeking at what my loved ones carry around in their bags, and checking out the daily menus of regular folks. “What I Eat in a Day” videos are some of my favorites to watch on YouTube because not only can I examine and judge what people are putting into their bodies on a daily basis (does that sound really weird to say? Should I reword, Yonny?), but I also enjoy seeing new recipes to try out on my own! Because I love those food posts, I wanted to share what I personally eat on a regular day at work. Basically every day at work looks different for me now since I started my new position as the Community Outreach Court Intake Coordinator (look at my cute ass office!) as I go to court, attend outreaches, give presentations to different organizations and service providers, conduct intakes over the phone and in person, answer countless phone calls and texts, research the best providers to refer clients to, and respond to emails. At a couple points within the day at work, I’m eating breakfast and lunch (and sometimes snacking or enjoying dessert), so the following foods are some of the ones I enjoy devouring on a sample day. On this particular day I had my favorite breakfast—fruit salad! I have and will always love eating fruits at any time, but breakfast is my favorite meal in which I incorporate a large number of sweet healthy treats. This fruit salad has cherry plums, grapes, blueberries, oranges, and apples. My favorite fruit ever to include is mango, but we’re sadly out of stock in the household. For lunch I ate a homemade mapo tofu I made with my dear friend the night before. I didn’t start loving mapo tofu until several months ago, but now I’m fully obsessed! This medium-hot box version from House Foods probably isn’t the healthiest, but it’s delicious when paired with classic ground pork and tofu. Mapo tofu usually has soft silky tofu inside, but we used medium-firm ones that held up far better in the sauce. For dinner I’ll almost always eat some type of fish now, which again, is something I used to hate and now love. Salmon in particular is my fish baby and I eat it sometimes 3 times per week. I recently bought this combination teishoku from Teishoku in Kamehameha Shopping Center and it’s quite possibly the best deal ever! I chose miso salmon and miso butterfish (can I pick a different flavor palette?) and they were both huge slabs of fish with sushi rice, salad, takuan, and edamame. After dinner I have exactly one Dove milk chocolate from the freezer (the best chocolate is frozen) and I’m all pau for the day!