Whole30 hangover!

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I am on day 2 of my first whole30. . you read that right, day2. And I feel like shit.

I started looking into the whole30 about two weeks ago and then committed and bought the book, read as much as I could, began working to convince Mr. to do it with me and set to work planning our meals for the next 4 weeks and 2 days.

I love to organize things, plans make me more happy than they ever should. I have been told on many occasions, ” God you are such a Type A.” like that is an insult. . you would not be getting an A on this project if it wasn’t for my plan so you should thank me and not try and use my personality as a put down.

But anyways I started making our plan I scoured the internet through all the resources that whole30.com gave me, I found all the blogs I could handle from, http://meatified.com/ ( my personal favorite, a kindred spirit if you will, she has a full 30 days of meals broken down into breakfast, lunch and dinner) to http://stupideasypaleo.com/category/whole30-2/ ( Also wonderful and such a catchy name) to find the best recipes and plans to tackle the first 30 days of this plan. I found myself becoming more and more excited. . I can do this, I can change my life in thirty days.

Then I found this post on Whole30.com, talking about EPS, empty plate syndrome, it states that most failures occur because people didn’t have a plan for what they are going to eat, so it is much more convenient to just grab something and go. And in this program when you fail you start from day 1, no cheat days for 30 days. Most people fail because they don’t have a plan. . I love plans, at this point I already had a new evernote notebook filled with breakfasts, lunches, dinners, sides and sauces, broken down by number and linked to weekly meal plans.( If I get it organized enough I will post links to this notebook the recipes have been compiled from all over the web, and I will add a few of my own.)

Lack of a plan, psh I got this. I was so confident going in that day 1 breezed by, just like they said it would.

And now here I am on the Day 2 hangover. . my “last mea weekend” that I had before starting the Whole30 yesterday is coming back to bite me. I crawled out of bed this morning, cursed the sun and everyone that loves it as I drove to school.

I have zero desire to eat the lunch I packed which two days ago when I prepped it sounded delicious for the whole week, I don’t have any idea how I am going to survive my 12 hour work day without my starbucks and chocolate scone. .

But there I was sitting at my breakfast table by myself this morning at 6 am, eating my pre-made breakfast casserole. ( Which is delicious) Planning how to get through today. this whole30 hangover must be a test of will power, and I am going to kick it in the butt,

I am doing the Whole30 just as much to prove to myself that I can as I am to change my eating habits!

It starts now. . Si Se Puede!

Now to wait for day 4 and 5: KILL ALL THINGS! 

Well that should be a fun weekend for Mr. B. and I!

P.s. Prepare yourself for 30 days of whole30 talk, hopefully it will inspire some and annoy others, and help keep me accountable to my goals.

Tips to get through KILL ALL THINGS, and into I just want to take a nap. I am happy to read them all and add them to my plan. .. because if it isn’ clear by now. I love plans.

❤ Kelsi Rae

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4 thoughts on “Whole30 hangover!

  1. Week 2 was the worst for me – so you have that to look forward to 😉 But after day 20, I decided to make a permanent change to paleo afterwards. It’s been 9 months, I’m slimmer than I’ve ever been, my previously bad joint pain is non-existant and I feel amazing. Good luck – you go this!!

  2. try and eat your favourite meals, but find healthier alternatives. for example, if you love starbucks, why not opt for a skinny latte without the sugar and flavours? and for a chocolate scone, why not have a piece of dark chocolate and a handful of nuts? that way you’re not taking what you love out of your diet, but you heave a healthier alternative. I actually just posted a healthy brownie recipe, that’s super healthy and good for you! xx

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