Heading into work early to dodge the crowds whatever your form of commute, but it can be hard to muster up enthusiasm for a plate of muesli at five in the morning. My solution to this is to have breakfast once I hit the office, and I'm wondering how common an approach that is.
There's an argument for this approach (spacing your meals better) and an argument against (blurring the lines between work and home life). It also obviously varies depending on whether your employer is happy with the practice, and it generally presupposes that you're doing some kind of office work. Some people will be like me and make their own in the office; others will get takeaway. But I'm wondering:
You're welcome to pour out extra thoughts and spread evidence of your reasoning in the comments.