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Moment of Weakness...up 1 1/2 pounds

Friday, January 14, 2011

In a moment of weakness I ate bbq potato chip (no not the whole bag) and now the scale is telling me about it. I know its water weight, you cant really put on that much weight over night but it still sucks! Oh well just going to pick myself up dust my self off and go on. Its just a minor setback. emoticon
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    I am addicted to cheese chips would not have made it this far without them...

    2470 days ago
  • NIKKI_28
    I love plain potato chips and have vowed to not eliminate them anymore because it just makes me go over the edge. And really, 1 serving of 24 chips is only 150 calories, no big deal in the big picture! so work it in if you love them!
    2511 days ago
    It's not the 5% of the time you eat unwisely, it's the 90-95% that you do the right thing that counts. Perfection is impossible and knowing where to draw the line is hard too. emoticon emoticon
    2523 days ago
    Life happens so now you have the power to correct it!

    2526 days ago
    I know how you feel...I had a minor wine setback last night.. No worries..back to the plan today!

    ps...chips are my kryptonite! I have to love 'em and leave 'em every now and then. I just can't say never to chips!

    pss..Good luck but have some fun with the cake testing. I did this with my daughter..along with food tasting at her venue..too much decadence..and loads of fun! :-)
    2527 days ago
    You're right -- a minor setback. And now you know what they do to you, so hopefully you'll stay away from them next time. I finished off my grandson's cheetos yesterday. Not a wise move...

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    2527 days ago
    I love potato chips. Almost any kind. The Lays Carolina ones are really good. I can't be near them.
    2527 days ago
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