@tallteenbigheart I'm feeling the same way! This is my 2nd Whole30, I successfully completed one in June of 2015. I have no idea what Tiger Blood is, I'm tired, but that's nothing new because I'm busy. I think everyone is different and based on what your "go to" was prior to W30 and eliminating all these foods, maybe your weren't as addicted as some to sugar (which sounds like the biggie). My dairy consisted of cream in my coffee, so that's no big deal and since my first Whole30 I have tried to avoid processed foods and added sugars. However, my downfall was and is not cooking at home! I underwent triple-bypass surgery almost a year ago and dropped at least 20 lbs. I knew there was no way I would maintain that much of a loss because it was due to having absolutely no appetite and just looking at food made me want to throw up (which was dangerous because of my chest being cracked open!). Anyway, I combed the cookbooks and eliminated salt, took care of myself, felt great - gained maybe 5 lbs. at first and then got lazy with cooking. It was easy to cook while I was off work recuperating and had plenty of time to shop and cook (once I felt better) but back to work and travel, it got away from me. I need to stay healthy, I needed to reset and so far this has been great. I get a little head-achy, but that's about it. I have planned no travel this month, I find that I won't even go out, but when the weather is as cold as it is here in the Chicago area, that's not a problem. I'm a walker, I gave myself the week off while I start this but plan to get on the treadmill or elliptical this week to get moving. My dreams are great too - very vivid and upbeat, love it! I love this forum and I love that I almost started on January 2, but decided to stop the madness and go for the 1st so the days line up perfectly! Can't wait to get to the store and stock up and prep for next week.