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Monday, March 04, 2013

I've been exercising consistently for the last few weeks but had a run in with girl scout cookies over the last two days. They are definately a trigger food for me. I hear Thin Mint cookies calling my name emoticon emoticon . I normally don't eat cookies that often, thank goodness they only sell them once a year. They do have an option to donate the cookies to the troops that makes it easier to support the girl scouts without actually getting the cookies. I will have to try that next time or only order one box.

What are your trigger foods?
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  • SHERRY28269
    It is easy for me to walk by the girl scouts selling cookies at the grocery store without buying any cookies. My problem is I can't say no to my seven year old niece Caroline who is now a girl scout. emoticon
    1840 days ago

    Comment edited on: 3/5/2013 9:37:50 AM
  • DALID414
    I never realized how many people have the Girl's Scout cookies trigger!
    I see them outside my local grocery store and I walk right by them.
    1840 days ago
    Bread, as I learned this weekend!
    1840 days ago
  • TLG71567
    As long as you don't go overboard, it's okay to have a serving occasionally. If you can't stick to it, throw in a little exercise. Like you said at least it's only once a year. Enjoy them.
    1840 days ago
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