when i was in my last semester of grad school i was first-second trimester pregnant and had a three-year-old, too. three days a week my "lunch" was two hard-boiled eggs and a yogurt consumed in the stairwell between two classes. no time for a sandwich, and the eggshells went in the yogurt cup and into the trash as i entered the 2nd class.
one that was suggested for my type-1 diabetic husband was click. he prefers the mocha flavor. it's good either
hot or cold but has caffeine, so beware! it's high protein. the price varys widely so shop around. pm me and i'll
tell you where we get ours.
the vanilla is good cold with fruit added, like a smoothie.
The last few years I've been trying to change the way I eat, because I know I'm not getting younger. Have you guys heard of 'bento'? It's a Japanese term for lunchbox. Instead of buying junk food, I try to make myself a bento before I go to work. This is probably the reason why Japanese people are so healthy. They take time to prepare their food, all with bright colors and healthy ingredients. For inspiration, I go to this blog: Just Bento | a healthy meal in a box: great bento recipes, tips, and more Try it!
Truthfully? I eat what I can, when I can. I hate it because I know that it'll catch up to me in the end. My snack of choice has been water with Sunchips usually the cheese one (the orange bag lol). Maybe one of those chewy bars or the cereal cups.