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Whole 30 Slump

By Heathernichole
I'm on day eighteen now. I'm more than halfway done with my Whole 30 and I am bored! When I first decided to do a Whole 30 I was thinking of doing seven rounds in a row. My trainer talked me out of it and we agreed I would start with a Whole 60 and go from there. Well here I am on day eighteen and I can't even imagine finishing out the next twelve days!!! I don't know how I'm going to do forty-two.
I really think my new schedule is having a huge impact on my feelings because I have little to no time to make food. I did some meal prepping on Sunday but by the time Wednesday rolled around my ground turkey and broccoli didn't sound good anymore. During the week I have an hour drive to work {it won't be this way for too much longer}, a nine hour work day and then I hit the gym on my way home. I leave the house at 7:30am and I don't get back until 8pm or later. I'm going to keep keepin' on because I'm so close to being done. I may change my mind as day thirty approaches but as for right now, I'm thinking I'll go right back into iifym when I'm done with this round. I may wake up tomorrow and feel completely different. I actually just opened up the Whole 30 timeline and saw that this is totally normal for someone on day twenty-one. I guess I'm a little early but it's nice to know it's okay to feel this way. I guess we'll see where I'm at tomorrow. And until then, I'll eat my broccoli and ground turkey without complaining. Below are some photos from my eats over the last few days. I do a lot of eating on the road or at my desk now. 
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The good thing is that my face has finally cleared up! I am vowing to myself that I will never ever ever eat dairy again. It's not worth it. I am abiously dairy intolerant.  Whole 30 SlumpWhole 30 SlumpWhole 30 SlumpEmail me

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