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[GIFTED] Box Appetit Lunch Box

There are two types of people in the office: the people who bring their lunch, and the people who don't.  

A quick, close-minded study would define them both as the following: 

People Who Bring Their Lunch: Smart and budget-conscious; on a diet; hostile, withdrawn loners

People Who Don't Bring Their Lunch: Social and friendly; flashy and rich; insecure and cares about appearances

I bet you can figure out which category I fit into.

Listen, even if you buy a terrible sandwich from the cafe across the street from your office, you're spending at least $50 a week, which is $200 a month, which is $2,400 A YEAR.  ON LUNCH.  Lunches that you completely ignore while sitting at your computer and doing work.  

Get it together and pack it in!

It's healthier, it's cheaper, and so what if you come off as unsociable? Maybe your elementary school psychologist was right after all.  

This Box Appetit Lunch Box ($22, Uncommon Goods) offers everything you need to be a bring-your-lunch-baller.  It includes a removeable, microwave-safe inner compartment, separate sauce container, dipping area built into the lid, and a matching plastic fork.  

Also, the design mimics a take-out container, so you might even be able to fit in with the cool, rich, carefree non-lunch-bringers.  Good luck with that.

This post was sponsored by Uncommon Goods.  If you're a longtime reader of You're Welcome, you'll know that I love their products, no joke.  Check them out and see what I'm talking about—Spring gifting season is just around the corner. 

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