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7 Creative Ways to Ditch the Easter Candy

[ 2 ] 04/09/2012 |

Oh, boy. It’s the day after Easter…..please step away from the Peep and no one will get hurt!

Along with Valentines and Halloween, Easter is one of the sweetest holidays of the year. Why do we think it’s okay to steal candy out of our kids baskets when they aren’t looking? And you over there who got your newborn a basket full of candy….really? We know you just bought it for yourself.

We can make excuses, but in a week or so, we’re going to be kicking ourselves in the ass for eating all of that candy.

Here at the Sisterhood, we’ve scoured the internets and our brains for creative ways for you to ditch the candy on this day after Easter. I suggest you print the list and keep it handy at all times because you never know when you might be faced with more of the gooey stuff and we certainly don’t want you to suffer from a case of candy-nesia.

And since we know you probably ate more candy that you should have, here are a few suggestions to work it off!
So there you have it. We’re always looking out for your best interests here at the Sisterhood!

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About Christy: Thirty-eight year-old wife and mom to BJ (10) and Mia (6). I'm the editor at the Sisterhood, and I really love to run (really), read, cook amazing things, and photography is my fledging passion. My motivation is motivating other people to realize they can do this whole weight-loss and exercise thing. I'm living proof! View author profile.

  • Toledolefty

    Why buy it if you are just going to throw it away? I got a little candy from my parents and I plan to enjoy it, just not all at once.

    • shrinkingjeans

      Most of the candy that comes into our house is from outside sources. School, church, etc. It’s truly ridiculous! I do buy candy for my kids, and I do let them enjoy it, but there comes a time when it’s good (for me and them) to get it out of the house! Several of the methods of removal I mentioned did not involve the trash can, but donating or giving it away.