I'm actually doing the Whole30. Not planning to, not thinkin' 'bout it, not preparing for, not "waiting for my birthday to pass." Just doin the damn thing.
Today I ate:
2 frittatas + a bison sausage patty + coffee
Tuna Waldorf Salad + broccoli + 1/2 a peach
Chicken + 1/2 a sweet potato + brussels sprouts
Almost 64oz of water
Breakfast was a success, the prosciutto-wrapped spinach and mushroom frittatas were really good - even reheated, and lunch was a smashing success - although really simple. Who knew?! I assembled a tuna waldorf salad here at work using 1/3 of a giant fuji apple, 1 can of tuna, 1/2 an avocado, splash of brown spicy mustard, and a handful of pecans and after assembling I used a dinglehopper to dig in, no crackers or bread necessary (or wanted or allowed!). I also had 1/2 of the best peach I can ever remember eating; I picked it up yesterday at Boone Hall Farms Market and I was not sad that Josh wasn't interested in sharing it with me! It's been 4 hours and I have no interest in eating anytime soon. Success.
I did weigh myself this morning, just so I'd have something for day 31 to compare to. Tonight I'll do a few before pictures (read: 77 attempts for 1 decent photo) and also put together a meal that I started prepping for yesterday. Sweet potatoes, brussels sprouts, and chicken are on the menu tonight - easy stuff that Josh should be able to choke down. Hooray!
Dinner was good but the evening was long as I finished clean up from Sunday and tried to make kale chips. Those are Not. For. Me. I don't know if I did something wrong but even the ones I didn't burn were not good. The only thing I liked about them was that they sounded like pop rocks in my mouth. What I didn't finish of my dinner went into a container to have with my frittata in the morning.
So by the end of the day, I'd followed my meal plan - although I let Josh veer a little by giving him broccoli instead of sprouts but that didn't seem like a bad swap :)
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