Do you ever catch yourself on your way home from work, and you just want something quick to eat? You might have had a long/tough day, and you just want something to devour... You want to sink your teeth into something cheap, greasy, and for a lack of a better term, "unhealthy."
After you buy your meal (that comes in a bag), you either eat it on the way home, getting grease on your pants, or you eat at your house, most likely-in front of the television. It probably was full of grease, preservatives, and fillers. It might have tasted pretty good actually... in the moment...
Just picture it.
By now you're feeling pretty guilty about yourself. You're starting to wish that you went somewhere better, and spent your money on something else. Your stomach doesn't agree with your decision, and you have a feeling of overall regret. You're starting to wish that you just went somewhere worth it, and didn't settle.
This is a big problem for a lot of people. They have a bad day at work, so they try to escape by eating away their problems. Now, yes... there is nothing wrong with eating fast food once in a while, but if you make this a habit, it will not only dent your bank account, but your health.
Here's an idea:
(we're not telling you how to live your life, but bare with us)
Instead of eating fast food every other day, how about you save your eating out budget for an actual experience, once or twice a week?
Would you rather eat out more often with low quality food, and stare at your television (or eat in your car) while you eat, or would you rather eat out less often with high quality food, and a great experience?
We don't know about you, but we think that option two is much better. Spend a little bit more, eat higher quality (better tasting) food, and actually pay for an experience. Something that you won't cause you remorse.
By eating at a sit-down-restaurant, you are not only paying for better food, but you're paying for an actual experience as well. Instead of eating in your car, trying not to cause an accident, why not slow down, and enjoy life? Have someone wait on you. Eat with a great view (hint, hint). Why not take that stressful day at work, and instead of trying to get your fix with fast food, how about; you fully relax with a sit down restaurant? Yes, pay a little bit more, and receive a better product.
Again, this isn't us telling you how to live your life. It's simply our preference... What do you think?