Whole 30 day 29!

Soooooooooooooo, tomorrow is my LAST day!!!  I think I can I think I can I know I can!  Something wonderful happened today when I walked into the gym.  A girl in my class said I looked like I lost weight!  Even if I didn’t, at least I’ve toned up enough to appear that way.  I must admit that 2 days ago I had a body composition done at the gym (still awaiting the results) and did sneak a peek at the scale.  It was a loss, but not as much as I’d hoped for.  I’m still gonna wait and see what my scale says since that’s the one I used on Day Zero.  I also mentioned to my trainer about me being on day 27 of whole 30 and he is going to help me transition from eating whole 3o to eating healthy without feeling like a leper.  He said to have a couple of cheat meals and next Saturday do a food log for 7 days and come back to see him.  I feel like that happened for a reason.  The whole timing of the whole thing.  I really don’t know where to go from here and I’m so glad I will have some guidance.  I know I’ve lost weight on my own before, but that was with WW counting points.  I really don’t want to go back to that.  I have LOVED the simplicity of this challenge and the black and white rules.  Just haven’t loved it for every second of the entire 30 days!  It will be nice to learn how to enjoy myself without going crazy.

I managed to survive the 4th of July holiday without slipping at all!  Moments were hard, but they passed.  What have I been eating?  Still lots of eggs, tomatoes, zucchini, avocado for breakfast.  And usually some fruit, too.  Lunch and dinner have been a lot of grilled meats (steak and chicken) with homemade sauces like pesto, garlic/ginger paste, garlic marinade and roasted vegetables.  I made a meatloaf in the crock pot that was nasty!  Everyone else liked it if it was slathered in ketchup.  Unfortunately that wasn’t an option for me.  I had tuna tonight with onions from our garden on a bed of lettuce from the garden.  Yum!  I’ve just been KISS’n it and its been working.  I haven’t had much time to cook a big, elaborate meal.  But I found it funny I made a menu for this whole week before realizing my challenge is up tomorrow.  I like that I’m thinking long-term!

What do I miss most??  Easy.  Wine and frozen yogurt.  And maybe some chocolate.

One more day!


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