At this point in the program, I’m wondering how anyone can make it this far and give up. I’m sure everyone has different reactions and deals with temptation differently but I can’t wait to say I completed it! Not because I’m going right back to how I was eating before Whole30 but saying you’re going to do this for 30 days and sticking to plan is definitely an accomplishment.
Dane has been playing softball on another league a little further from our house. Too far for me to go after my hour drive home. Last night he started his regular league that’s close to home. After only 16 days, everyone is already noticing that he lost weight! You know how sometimes you can’t tell as much when you see someone every day? Well I can see it on him, too. I’m so proud of him for doing this with me. Of course he was harassed when he told the guys he wouldn’t be hanging out for a couple of beers after like he normally does. :)
The game usually ends up being more like social hour for the girls. This little beauty hung out on my lap for awhile.
Eggs scrambled with mushrooms and spinach. Roasted sweet potatoes, avocado and a mix of blueberries, strawberries and blackberries. Eat the rainbow!
Since we started this, I’ve been eating lunch between 11:30-12:00. Yesterday, I didn’t get the opportunity to eat until 1:00pm. I was ready to eat but I wasn’t “hangry.” You know that feeling when you’re so hungry that you’re angry? Yeah, I don’t get that way anymore.
Leftovers tend to be easy for me to take to work with me, so my lunch pictures never seem to be very pretty.
Leftover chili from the night before.
When Dane has softball, he doesn’t like to eat until after his game and I prefer to eat before. To make things easy, he put a few chicken breasts in the crockpot with a jar of salsa. (It’s literally that easy)
I also made some broccoli real quick and called it a meal. Yum!