I don’t think I should be eating snacks in this manner when they already cost an arm and a leg to purchase in the first place
I quit eating snacks throughout my weight loss efforts. At first this helped, but before long constantly withholding these items from myself was having a deleterious effect on my goal. I had to find a better balance between overeating and not having more than two meals a day and nothing else. I have read that many people are successful when they incorporate healthier eating habits within a reasonable framework instead of attempting a starvation diet. Of the people who start strict diets, the amount who relapse into their old eating habits is well over 50%. Most people fail when they try to force themselves into an extremely strict diet that prevents them from having any treats of any kind. Thankfully I managed to find a nutrition plan that basically made me focused on calorie counts. I could eat whatever I wanted as long as I kept my calories within a particular threshold. This is how I managed to lose weight after years of trying to no avail. I’ll even buy snacks and put them in a special drawer, but I have to be careful when I’m smoking the cannabis I get from the medical marijuana dispensary. It’s potent and the high THC gives me the munchies. If I’m not careful, too much marijuana will cause me to eat a bunch of my snacks. Not only does this mess with my calorie count for the day but it’s also expensive. I don’t think I should be eating snacks in this manner when they already cost an arm and a leg to purchase in the first place. They need to last a month, not a few days.