There’s more to an efficient work day than a clean office! Getting organized and eliminating clutter can help create calm surroundings, but we still need healthy snacks nearby! There are certain foods that comfort, calm, and can help relieve your stress while you’re working hard. Here are a few tips to help you keep healthy snacks in your home office to reduce stress.
The best work snacks are the ones that don’t require a lot of prep work. They are simple, don’t require any sort of heating up, and can be stored in your desk for easy snacking!
Healthy Work Snacks
Blueberries. High in vitamin C, it’s a fresh and easy snack to grab while you’re working. You might also like raspberries, strawberries, or sliced bananas with peanut butter.
Cashews. Nuts are great for snacking since they are filling, cashews are high in zinc! It helps improve your overall moods.
Walnuts. This is a brain booster that fills you up.
Dark chocolate. Yes, it can have health benefits. ;) Calm your nerves and have a piece of dark chocolate.
Oatmeal. Try making overnight oats or a pumpkin granola for a filling fall snack.
However, you can’t forget to hydrate!
Need a refreshing drink? Look no further than Welch’s 100% Juice with Coconut Water. With a great taste and refreshing goodness, you can enjoy 100% juice with 30% less sugar! Work snacks are necessary, but so is staying hydrated. Sometimes if you’re thirsty, you might think you’re hungry! So, make sure you are doing what you can to drink enough during the day.
I knew this would make an awesome work hydration option since there are only 100 calories per serving and no added sweetener or sugar. I received a fun package from Welch’s to sample two new flavors.
There are two servings of fruit in every 8-ounce glass, which makes me feel good about sipping on a cold glass of this throughout the day!
I was able to find Welch’s at my local Publix.
What are your favorite work snacks? How do you stay hydrated?
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