Sweets? Well maybe something a little saltier

As I was reading Kimberly’s blog about forgoing potatoes for Lent, I was thinking, maybe sweets aren’t my problem. I usually only have 1-2 sweet treats a day (mini-Snicker or maybe a Tagalong). The real enemy right now is made of corn or potatoes and is greasy and delicious.

Yes, that’s right, chips. I have become a secret chip addict. I’m ready to admit it. I’ve been eating chips every single day for months now. It’s the one pregnancy craving that I have EVERY DAY. I need my chip fix. 

It’s become my dirty little secret. From chips and salsa to Spicy Nacho Doritos, I’ve been a bad bad girl. Our little Peanut does not need to develop a taste for the oh so delicious process, covered in fake cheese and spices bits of corn or potato. Nope nope nope.

So instead of the sweets, I’m saying goodbye to my chips. It’s going to be hard, but luckily the bag of Spicy Nacho Doritos and Flaming Hot Cheetos are now gone from my snack drawer. Now I just have to get Josh to polish of the Baked Cheddar and Sour Cream Ruffles at home.

I’ll still be cutting back on the sweets. Just one sweet treat per day.  I’m also going to tack on the weight lifting and see what I can do about the volunteering. It’s going to be a busy lenten season.

One thought on “Sweets? Well maybe something a little saltier

  1. You can send those chips my way … just kidding! I should probably limit my treats to one a day and skip the sugar during the work day. When I want to get rid of stuff, I always send it to work with my husband. His co-workers eat anything free!

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