One Mom’s Journey from Fat to Skinny to Confident


Note to Self…

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Don’t buy Doritos telling yourself they are really for the husband and then proceed to eat half the bag. Don’t even BUY the baked Doritos in the first place. You KNOW you have no self-control when they are in the house.

pretzels (ok, so the toddler grabbed them first thing this morning and we munched – hey it was 6:30 and I didn’t have it in me to argue)
Cinnabon Cinnamon Crunch Cereal with skim milk
Sensible Portions Multi Grain Mini Crisps
Quaker Mini Delights
Butternut Carrot Chicken Soup/Stew
light yogurt
2 small slices of pizza
frozen yogurt with fresh strawberries
WAAAAYYYY to many baked Doritos
I had a 12 hour day BUT this morning the toddler and I had a a bit of a dance-fest and played some balloon baseball!

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    April 14, 2008

    I know exactly how you feel! I could seriously eat a whole bag in one day (ok, ok one afternoon)! I love those things – they are one of my favorite foods. I rarely eat them now, but the last time I bought them I purchased one of the 99 cent bags instead of the big one. Guess I’m learning, but I sure do miss them! Funny thing is when I first started WW all I ever saw were those big delivery trucks with Doritos painted on the side – it’s like they were stalking me.


    April 14, 2008

    Sounds familiar! Last week I bought a bag of Sun Chips for “the kids” and proceeded to eat almost the entire bag (I had to throw the remainder in the garbage to get them out of the house). What is wrong with me?!! The kids aren’t even that crazy about Sun Chips, but they’re obviously a big temptation for me, so I won’t be buying them again anytime soon!



    April 15, 2008

    Oi, it sounds like me and the case of the banana bread last night. I felt SO bad afterwards!


    April 15, 2008

    found another good food blog that i think you would enjoy:

    thanks again for the taco seasoning recipe.


    April 15, 2008

    we are so alike and so NOT.

    I, too, exercised in the form of a dance soiree to Yo Gabba Gabba.

    I, however, have always been icked OUT by doritos :)

    now the OTHER ‘o’s’ such as CHEET or FRIT?

    those bad boys I adore.



    April 15, 2008

    I am the same way when it comes to tortilla chips. I can’t have them in the house. I will eat the whole bag and not think twice about it.

    And baked cheetos- forget about it! Something about them being baked puts a green light in my head to eat as many as I want.


    April 15, 2008

    I’m so addicted to eating doritos, that I thought I was being really clever when I bought the small 100 calorie pack bake doritos. NOT!

    Miss July...not...yet

    April 15, 2008

    I do that with sun chips. I am good w/any other kind of chips…but the ice cream. Ugg!

    Scrumpy's Baker

    April 15, 2008

    Oh man, I am guilty of the “honey, don’t you want…” to try and pretend that I bought something for him when in reality I plan on sneaking a bite (or more) for myself.


    December 16, 2008

    You all sound so human, it’s like reading a “true confessions” of food junkies! Yes I do agree Doritos are my crack for sure. Husband will sneak in a bag at the grocery and I have to snag them off the conveyer belt before the clerk rings them up! My mind has this “yes, no, yes, no” battle and sometimes I lose. If they are in the house I obscess constantly about them. It’s torture for sure. It is so not a healthy thing for me. I sure do share your thoughts!