It’s 10:47 p.m. and I’ve just finished prepping breakfast and lunch for tomorrow.
The boyfriend and I are starting the Whole30. It’s time for a food check-up, and this is one way I feel like we can both reset our bodies.
I’m not a fan of fad diets, or diets at all. But sometimes it’s necessary to simplify. We’ve both been slim our whole lives, but our late-twenties and early-thirties metabolisms are making our pants a little tighter and brains a little foggier.
There’s a very real possibility we both will be starving by the end of the day. But after a couple of days, I think I’ll get this meal prep down.
I just have to get us to the weekend where I can really think about food.
But I have to go to bed so I will get up to drink my creamless coffee. And I have to leave a note on the door for the boyfriend so he doesn’t leave his breakfast and lunch at home. Otherwise, his first day of Whole30 could be harder than it has to be.
Follow along day-by-day to see how I navigate the Whole30.
Here’s to a happier and healthier 30 days of June. And that beach body of my dreams.