If you’re in your late 20’s like me, you’ve constantly heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day since you were a kid. It was engraved in my mind as a kid that if I skipped breakfast, the rest of my day would be bad. As with anyone that’s been taught this since a child, I clung to the hope that if I always had breakfast, all my days would go perfect and as planned, I was wrong.
Recently I’ve noticed that DINNER is the most important meal of the day. Sure, certain experts may state facts to dispute my claim, however, dinner is the most important meal of the day for one reason and one reason only, because I said so. Dinner is the meal I look forward to all day. I’m sure it’s happened to everyone a few times if not all the time, you wake up and instantly ask yourself, what am I going to eat for dinner tonight? If you work early in the morning like I do, you know the struggles of being able to sit down and enjoy breakfast. Most people are lucky to grab a bite on the go before they head off to work in the morning. It’s for this reason alone that I declared dinner to be my favorite and most important meal of the day.
Many of my family and friends are “breakfast eaters” and state that I should go out to breakfast on the weekend, such as out to a restaurant. Truthfully, I’ve been in the habit of not eating breakfast for so long that it’s recently started to make me rather nauseous when I eat in the morning. This is without a doubt my stomach telling me to skip breakfast, snack at lunch and pig-out at dinner. I’m convinced of this and you should be too. If breakfast isn’t your thing in the morning, skip it. Build up the excitement and anticipation of an awesome dinner. Not just any dinner, but a spectacular dinner. After all, you deserve it.