How do you do it all? in Troubleshooting your Whole30 Posted January 14, 2020 @CCfromVB Hi Caroline, it's totally normal to feel tired and also to be bloated during this point of your Whole30. Check out the timeline, which is a general guideline (so it's okay if it's not spot on). For #3 - You can definitely still get a cold brew from Starbucks, just don't get the sweet cream (difficult, I know. That sweet cream is sooooo good ). You could top it off with some Nutpods creamer. I just got three containers of the stuff from Whole Foods because it was on sale for $2.49 each. It won't be EXACTLY what you're used to, but it'll be coffee! For #2 - Here are some easy easy meals I rely on: - Sliced complaint hot dog with mustard (I like the German mustard from Whole Foods) (Total cook time: 30 seconds) - Egg scramble with diced veggies and sometimes sliced sausage (Total cook time: 5ish minutes) - Hot wings with celery: bake chicken wings and then toss in compliant hot sauce (Total cook time: 40ish minutes, but only 5 minutes of actual effort in the kitchen) - Baked salmon (cook time: 15ish minutes, under 5 minutes of actual effort in the kitchen) Obviously I have all these with sides of veggies, but sometimes that's a roasted broccoli (I like to season mine with olive oil and lemon juice) or sometimes I just open a bag of baby carrots and eat them with pre-made guacamole. I'm also crazy for diced sweet potato with compliant mayo (I season my mayo with McCormick Southwest seasoning because it gives it a great flavor to compliment sweet potatoes) Depending on where you live, you can also find some convenience meals for your Whole30. I know Walmart carries some frozen meals in their brand. I'm in the DC area and use a service called Territory, which allows you to filter meals by diet, including Whole30. Chefs prepare meals ahead of time and you just reheat them for 60-90 seconds. So yummy. Check The Whole30 Approved products list to see if there's anywhere in your area (listed under Restaurants and Meal Delivery at the bottom). This list also has a bunch of Whole30 condiment brands listed. Hope that helps!