DISCLOSURE: This post was sponsored by Split. Thank you for supporting the brands that make Diary of a Snacker successful. All opinions are my own. Links are not affiliate links, just links to specific pages on splitnutrition.com Like many, I have a full-time desk job, which means that there's never a shortage of indulgences around... Continue Reading →

It’s National Peanut Butter Cookie Day!

To me, that's something we should celebrate. I LOVE PB. I can still remember the first time I bit into a peanut butter cookie - the buttery, sugary, slightly salty, crunchy, melt-in-your-mouth explosion of goodness was the real deal. I was hooked from day one. Lately, I haven't been indulging in as many cookies and... Continue Reading →

Gimme all the candy

I love sweets. Not really cake or chocolate, but candy. Especially fruity or sour gummy candy. I could have a chocolate bar sitting in my cabinet for months, but a bag of Sour Patch Kids won't even last a day. And forget about sharing. Seriously, gimme all the candy. But, the thing is, that much... Continue Reading →

Want some (keto) cookies??

DISCLOSURE: This post was sponsored by Nui. Links are not affiliate and I will not receive a commission for any items purchased from eatnui.com. Thank you for supporting the brands that make Diary of a Snacker successful. All opinions are my own. Changing your diet is hard. One minute you're devouring bowls of chicken alfredo... Continue Reading →

Eat hole foods

I debated whether or not to try The Dough Bar's protein-packed doughnuts for far too long. They look delicious with all of the yummy toppings and flavor combinations, they’re a healthy alternative to my favorite Dunkin' glazed, and there are only 150 calories and 16 carbs per (plain) doughnut. So, why the wait? Well, I... Continue Reading →

Get your chocolate fix

Looking for a chocolate fix? Go Dr. No. I (virtually) met Amale, the woman behind this amazing chocolate, last year. We chatted via email a bit and I learned that she wants to help people suffering from cancer, diabetes, and other illnesses live happier lives. She really wants to make a difference in our world... Continue Reading →

Grab ’em and go

What do you grab when you’re in a hurry? If you’re like most people, it’s junk. I can remember walking to the corner store armed with a pocket full of change and a desire to check off everything on my list – Laffy Taffy, Hot Fries, Slim Jims, and Blow Pops. My 10-year-old self was... Continue Reading →

#FightForIt

The other day someone mentioned that I was really fit. Of course my first reaction was “who, me?” I’ve never really considered myself fit. Thin, at times, but never fit. I guess, when you think about it, working out regularly will get you there, a nd Icredit Core de Force for getting me there. This... Continue Reading →

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