Don’t Let Anyone Make You Feel Guilty For Loving And Eating Potato Chips

For the love of potatoes! This is my quick down and dirty love over a food that never cease to amaze me. No, it’s not the Oreo cookie, though those are quite divine. I’m talking about the potato, especially potato chips. I’m a dedicated lover of the potato, but the chip, the potato chips is awesomely flavorful. This is the one food I refuse to give up. Whoever created the chip, knew what they were doing. Why am I talking chips? First, I love veggies. I am a salad person, but I love potatoes. Not potatoes cooked in any style dish, but mainly french fries (baked) and gluten free potatoes chips.

The choices in the potato chip industry or line have increased over the past 10 years of my life. The selection is endless. I know, I’ve looked at amazon and the brand pages. There are kettle chips, thin chips, baked chips and chips of all out flavor. There are plenty of brands that I have not tried yet, but I plan too. There are brands that I tried and they should stop selling them. I will not say the brands by name, but how does one destroy a chip?

The best chips, you probably already know, they are scrumptious. Plus I am a salt person. I mean, how could you not like the dill pickle flavor of chips. In the interest of sharing, I have gather a few welcoming brands of potato chips that offer great flavor without being too flavorful.

Here are a couple of my favorite brands!

UTZ Brand

UTZ potato chips offer great flavor. If you want to enjoy just the simple, plain flavor of a chip, I suggest UTZ Original Potato Chips. I buy the family size bag and like to add a little hot sauce. They are gluten, trans fat free, and Certified Kosher OU, which are three attributes of the item that are important to me.

If you want more spice, then UTZ makes a Red Hot, Barbeque, Salt & Vinegar, Carolina Barbeque, Ripple Fried Dill Pickle, and Sweet Heat Barbeque chip…amongst many more. UTZ make the Kettle Chip, a thicker cut, under the Zapps line. Those lines have just as much flavor and spice as the regular potato chip.

Kettle Brand

Kettle brand chips are ridiculously tasty. It’s a thicker cut chip that means more potato in your mouth. The only down fall is the serving size is small. What you get in a lesser serving, is made up for in a quality chip. It’s a fuller chip and I don’t have to be disappointed because my chips are all broken up in the bag. It’s call chips and not crumbs for a reason.

I like this brand because it’s clean eating. As clean as you can get for a chip brand. The chips come in an array of flavors. The options are sure to please anyone that is a chip fan. Options include Backyard Barbeque, Salt & Fresh Ground Pepper, and Jalapeno. I love the bold flavors. My favorite bold flavor is Himalayan Salt and Avocado Oil, Maple Bacon, and Sriracha, and Buffalo Bleu.

If you haven’t given them a try, I highly recommend a taste test. The reason I enjoy chips is because, I do like eating veggies and salads. I try to keep just enough calories left over, at the most, two days a week to enjoy a serving or two of potato chips. That means a small bag or two! Can you say yummy!!

My Favorite Brand Of Potato Chips In Motion

You Should Indulge In The Pleasure Of New Experiences

You Have The Right To New Experiences At Any Adult Age, Judgement Free

It is easy to get caught up in repetitive habits that creep in and roll over into a new year. You have probably read the formula for how many days it takes to start a new habit and to break an old one. Did you ever wonder if there is a formula for having a new experience? It is not a formula, but there are steps to ensure you do some planning, and the critical piece is the follow through. Right now you should accept the fact that you deserve to have a new experience or two. Shake up the routine. Invoke rarity and variety into you life.

You might say that you have a family and it is impossible to change up routines. New experiences do not have to big and bold…just new. They can include your children and spouse. It may not be the same as a single person’s experience but the idea is to enrich your normal routine and invoke some bliss.

You can still Carpe-diem. You can try a new food, travel to a new location or take that art class. Take the family vacation cross country to the Grand Canyon, climb that mountain or go on that over due Ski trip you’ve been wanting forever, but too afraid cause hey, you live in a routine. You have permission to break the normal without destroying it.

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The Purpose Of Life Is To Experience It, And Savor The Experience

Stop talking yourself out of the activities you want to do. The class you want to take. The trip to Europe or Asia you meant to have taken by now. You have the right to search for your life’s purpose and experiencing life is a part of that purpose. You don’t have to be a personage to enjoy a trip to Paris…everyday people live their best lives. Do not sell yourself short. Start small, plan and execute on the conscious events you want for you or your family. It’s life, swallow it and don’t let it swallow you.

People Will Question Your New Found Attitude

Anytime you decide to do something beneficial or different people will question your motivate. People will question your standards, state of mind, finances and any other area of your life. You are probably familiar with the reason why they do it…to measure who they are against you, to sabotage your endeavors, or even to offer some friendly advice. Do not entertain the naysayers.

You Are Ready, Willing, And Able – Don’t Talk Yourself Out Of This

You are in the land of the living and amongst the living, so go forth and enjoy life. You are ready for the experience so accept the opportunity and find comfort in your planning. Don’t second guess or your decision, chances are you have thought this through many of times and probably set aside what you need to start. Failure is the spice that gives achievement and success their flavor.

Go to your destiny by way of your new experience. Live your best and most adventurous life, judgement free.


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