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  1. Hi everyone! This is my second time around doing a Whole30, almost a year apart! I'm on Day 9 and feeling great! However, an annoying situation is arising...I'm freaking out because I'm going on a 3.5 day trip to NYC in a little over a week for a work conference. The conference will have breakfasts and lunches catered. I'll be in a hotel with no access to a stove. I'm also a young professional and the draw of having free breakfast and lunches for a few days is quite tempting even though I know they won't be compliant. Any advice on what to do? Has anyone ever asked their work to provide a per diem so they can eat outside a conference rather than partaking in the catering? Thanks!!
  2. busyfitcity

    NYC Whole 30 Tips

    Hi everyone! I recently started a blog and went through the research of contacting Sweetgreen, Dig Inn, The Juice Shop and Hu Kitchen for their ingredient lists. I picked out a few dishes from their menu as part of a 7 day meal-plan that are compliant with Whole 30. This forum was really helpful to me as I did my research! I also recently noticed that Le Pain Quotidien is a great on-the-go meal spot, as they use olive oil in their cooking. Link to the blog post below and I am @busyfitcity on Instagram. https://www.busyfitcity.com/new-blog/2018/1/11/whole-30-in-nyc-january-kick-off Hope anyone in NYC on the Whole 30 finds this useful! Katie
  3. Care to share tips on restaurant and food choices in NYC?
  4. Hi all, I am planning on starting my first Whole30 on January 1st. I have been researching paleo/clean eating/whole30 for a few years now and incorporating some of the concepts into my diet but I decided it was time to put my money where my mouth is. As an incentive to myself to stick with this, I am setting aside a $50 gift card to Barnes and Noble as a reward to myself for when I finish. It is going to be tough for me because I am an absolute sugar addict. Living in NYC also adds some unique challenges. Aside from everything being expensive as all hell, I can only take home from the grocery store what I can carry. I am hoping to take this on as a challenge to really plan out my weekly meals so I can take advantage of my resources. Not ordering lunch at work will also be tough as nothing really beats the convenience of Seamless, lol. I already have a pretty active workout schedule in place but it isn't helping me shed the pounds. Hopefully this is going to do it for me. 80% of your progress is diet, right? Best of luck to all of you who are taking on this challenge with me. I look forward to seeing you around the boards. Best, Abby