As a busy graduate student and intern, I’m always looking for quick and easy breakfasts. With 2 weeks left until the end of the semester and finals right around the corner, it’s critical to make something fast for breakfast that fuels hours upon hours of
procrastination studying. And speaking of procrastination, am I the only one who seems to perform better when things get down to the wire? I’ve always felt I needed the pressure of a 24 to 48 hour deadline to get things done. A paper due a week from now? I’ve got aaaaaall the time in the world to finish that! Due 2 days from now? It’s time to get to work! While this might not be the best strategy for getting work done, it has contributed to a decent GPA thus far (knock on wood!).
Enter oatmeal. It’s become one of my favorite breakfasts lately, and is perfect for switching up my regular eggs and bacon. I’ve just never been one of those people who can eat dinner for breakfast, but breakfast for dinner? I’m all about that. In fact, if I had to eat one meal for the rest of my life, it’d probably be breakfast. Especially when breakfast includes peanut butter and chocolate.
Now, go ahead and eat your candy for breakfast. Because I said so!