You're not alone, however.
A new survey carried out by Dutch food brand Kallø has revealed that those extra calories from snacks adds up to a whopping 100,000 extra calories per year for the average woman. To be clear, that number equates to roughly 50 extra days worth of food intake every year - assuming your daily intake was sitting at 2,000 per day.
The Sun reports that 10:30am and 3:30pm were found to be prime snack times, and claimed that women are eating an average of 3 snacks during work hours. Sugar-laden milky coffees and fizzy drinks were found to be the biggest offenders, along with chips and cookies. High-fat nuts and dried fruits were also found to be common high-calorie snacks.
So, ladies of the world, on average we are apparently consuming an extra 2,240 calories a week without even batting an eyelid. Of course, calories don't mean everything when it comes to our overall health - but it's worth considering the next time you mindlessly stroll to the kitchen or open up that snack drawer.
How can we avoid adding to our waistlines in such a careless way? Unfortunately for all of us impromptu snackers, this falls back on some good old-fashioned (potentially boring) meal prep. If you know you're an avid snacker, it might be worth setting yourself up for a healthier week on Sunday night
Be right back, we'll just be enjoying our last muffin and extra-large cappuccino in the kitchen... until tomorrow.