Just because you eat a salad doesn't mean you are on a diet or trying to lose weight. A salad isn't necessarily low kcal... If it has alot of delicious toppings then it can be very filling as well as providing alot of good energy. If I want to have another dish then that is what I order. I love going to thai places or tapas or even greek restaurants and there I eat more than just salad. For lunch when I eat out its usually salad as that is one of my favourite lunches (as long as it's more than just some lettuce leaves, tomatoes and half a chicken breast. Then the salad is a very disappointing salad and won't fill me up.) Also with my salads I always want bread! If there is no bread with my salad then the cafe/restaurant gets minus points according to me... hahah. They should at least offer it, whether people choose to eat it or not is their choice. ... but my choice is almost always yes!!!
The first step is to go 4 complementary courses before I start my university education. I've gotten a few questions about the complementary courses, it is not because I failed a course/courses (I passed all my courses with great grades!) But because I went a social science program in school and I want to study nutrition in university so I need to study biology 2, physics 2, chemistry 2 and maths 4 before I can apply for that course in university. It sucks that I have to spend the next 1-2 years (depending how I want to study ) with these complementary courses as it means 5-7 years of studying left before I have my bachelor's or masters. During these years I will take courses about exercise so I get qualifications within that as well as business courses. My plans are to work with nutrition and exercise, some sort of health coach maybe. And have my own business eventually, but while studying i will start working where i get a job. Hopefully i will be able to start helping people with nutrition and exercise through my blog and social media within the next few years, and then actually get paid for it... because like the quote goes, if you're good at something, never do it for free. But then i would maybe make meal plans for readers if they wanted (and would be specifically made for YOU and YOUR bodies needs), which means they would not be free. But until i have some form of qualification or more knowledge i wont be doing this, because it would feel wrong.