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  1. I officially started my second whole30 on January 2nd (yesterday). So far, so good. Kind of. At 1.5 days in, I suspect I'm already having sugar withdrawal..... brutal headaches and I slept in for work for the first time ever today. Somebody save me now? Is it even possible to have sugar cravings after 1.5 days without sugar?!?!?! Jokes aside, over the last year I have really struggled. I hurt my back and slowly my workouts declined. As my workouts declined, my mental health declined. This combined with starting a new job that loves to feed us (wonderful, but perhaps overly appreciated by this food-dependant emotional eater), I quickly gained 50lbs. That's 50lbs in less than one year. From running distances, completing OCR's, training with Ashley Horner programs (she's a #badass!)...... to not moving at all, and struggling with my mental and physical health. What a drag. Anyhow, I've meal planned and prepped. Tomorrow is major grocery day (after having had to do a "mini" shop to start my whole30). I'm feeling ready and committed! "Fun" things about this journey thus far: my grocery list has never been this long in my life my office is full of sugar and wheat based delicious items like bread.... temptation is everywhere. This alone is probably why I've had a headache all day long. even if you've failed at making mayo a million times.... success is possible. Just buy a new immersion blender. As soon as you start a whole30, you will be invited to an abnormal amount of family dinners. It's like the universe is challenging you on purpose. I look forward to continuing this log as a part of my accountability.
  2. kmhyden

    Food Dreams

    So I had my first food dream last night!! I started my Whole30 on Aug. 21. I've done really well...I even went out of town for the weekend on my first weekend on Whole30. I survived and did really well. It helped that my friend doing Whole30 with me was also on the trip so we could keep each other accountable. I get the daily emails and read last week about the food dreams. I don't normally dream about food, so really didn't think it would affect me. WRONG!! We had a work birthday party yesterday afternoon. I sat there while everyone around me had cake & ice cream. So last night I had a dream I was eating yellow cake with chocolate frosting for a birthday. In the dream, I didn't even think twice when the cake was presented to me...ate the whole piece in like 3 seconds!! And then afterward, I actually remembered I'm doing the Whole30 and I'm on Day 10...why would I do something so stupid!!! Anyway, I'm awake now and on Day 11...and planning to laugh about that & NOT eat any cake today or until I'm well past this journey. But I got a chuckle from my dream and realized I'm just like everyone else!! Happy Whole30 to everyone on the journey!!! =)
  3. Xandra

    A little humor

    I saw myself all over this column. I think a lot of people see me this way, too, now. The Terrible Tragedy of the Healthy Eater http://www.nwedible.com/2012/08/tragedy-healthy-eater.html