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I chose not to eat those chips.

Friday, March 22, 2013

My youngest son loves Pringles. If I eat one, I can't stop eating them. I do not normally buy chips and keep them in the house because of this. Last night I was going to make hamburgers on the George Foreman, therefore, I picked up a can of Pringles for my boys. While cleaning up, my son handed me the can of chips back to put the lid on. I had my hand in the canister to take one. I reminded myself what I had been reading on this site, that I am choosing to make this choice. Don't do it. & Yeah Me!!!! I did not do it. I pulled out my empty hand, put the lid on it and put them on the counter. I can say no. Small steps. Small successes. I will get the weight off and back in shape.

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WIO_ALISA 4/3/2013 7:35PM


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KELLYFIT123 3/22/2013 7:15PM

    That's AWESOME! Congrats to you for your strength!

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CAKEMAKERMOM 3/22/2013 4:35PM


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FUZZIEBEAR3 3/22/2013 4:28PM

    Way to make a good choice! You can do it!

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JILLITA55 3/22/2013 11:22AM

    fabulous! chips chips! I love em! But I am with you and the others.

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HEIDIJO150 3/22/2013 11:12AM

    Awesome! Pringles are a big downfall for me. If I crack open a can of BBQ pringles they will be gone by the end of the day. I try to avoid buying them but sometimes I give in to temptation.

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CHOCOHIPPO 3/22/2013 11:11AM

    What a wonderful victory! Chips are a trigger food for me as well. I only buy them in pre-packed amounts so that they are measured out for me. I can eat only one bag, but not if I'm sticking my hand in the package!!! You should be very proud of yourself!

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