Well technically since you're not burning that many calories, I suggest saving the snacking for exercise, but here are my top five would-eat-if-I-didn't-have-to-get-up-and-stop-reading foods.
5. Carrot sticks. There's something about carrot sticks that goes so well with paper. Erm, but don't eat the paper. "What?!" you say? Why be so healthy? Well I tried pretzels, but I had to get up every couple minutes to get another cup of water, then to use the restroom, then to get more pretzels. Very distracting.
4. Fine, we'll jump off the health wagon. DOUGHNUTS. Especially doughnut holes. Yummy! (Keep wet wipes on hand--unless you're on an eBook and have mastered the art of elbow swiping.)
3. Dried apples. So delicious and zany without pushing you over the sugar threshold.
2. Licorice. 'Nuf said.
1. And I bet you'll never guess what I'm going to say for the top snack?
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