Well, it's officially tax season. At the end of Wednesday, I've already worked 30 hours for the week. For the most part the busy season ramps up a little more gradually, as companies use the beginning of January to wrap up their accounting for the year, but one of my larger clients has an October year end so the tax return is due next week on January 15. (Whereas calendar year tax returns are due either March 15 (corporations) or April 15 (partnerships, trusts, and individuals).)
(I did have photos in here at one point, and then I was trying to organize my google+ photo albums, and didn't realize that if I had uploaded something directly from google+ to this post, deleting it there would delete it here. I've also changed phones since then, and am having technical difficulties trying to access photos on the old phone. The photos weren't that exciting anyway.)
Breakfast: Luna bar, string cheese, HiBall energy drink (didn't end up eating the apple until later in the day)
As implied above, I've been averaging 10-hour days (usually about 8:30 am to 7:00 pm with a short lunch break). When I get closer to 11-hour days, I try to be more deliberate about having foods around for a more legitimate dinner while I'm working, and just have a snack when I get home.
Any suggestions for easy office foods, either packaged or quick to prepare ahead of time and heat up? (We do have fridges and microwaves.) In the past I've tended to rely a lot on Luna bars and fruit leather.