katieeg Posted April 10, 2015 Share Posted April 10, 2015 My Whole 100 journey starts tomorrow 4/11/2015. I am currently in an accelerated BSN program and my program will be over at the end of July, so my Whole 100 will give me some much needed eating structure during the final lap of nursing school. I haven't put on any nursing school weight, but I've definitely become more of an emotional eater (chocolate covered almond and diet pepsi always put me in a better mood!) and I feel just exhausted and burnt out. I rely on caffeine to get through the day. I love cooking and crossfit so this should be a lot of fun. I'm subscribing to a CSA this summer so I should be trying lots of new vegetables. I took my before pictures and I'm excited for this journey and change. I will be going to Haiti in the middle of May and I'm honestly not sure what kind of food I'll have access to while I am there. So I am going to do 100 days total and not count my trip as part of it. Is that ok? I'll try to eat as compliant as I can while I'm there, but there are no guarantees! I want to do 100 days of total compliance because I'm a go big or go home kind of person. I've done a Whole30 before and I feel like that is too short a time for me. I have some long standing GI issues that I'd really like to get to the bottom of. I want to try as best I can to do a nut-free whole100 (I definitely won't be having any jars of almond/cashew butter at my house, but the individual packets are great for emergencies/hangry-ness at the hospital). Goals for this journey 1. Lean out 2. Deal with emotional eating/foods without breaks issues 3. Deal with GI issues 4. Continue on the PR train at Crossfit 5. Have more energy/sleep better/feel less burnt out 6. Develop clear skin (acne and heat rashes) 7. BE SELF-CONFIDENT Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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