Nadia B Posted February 1, 2013 Share Posted February 1, 2013 Hooray, I've done Whole30 (my log is here). Now what? These 30 days were a good kick off, but better things are yet to happen! I have my own goals and struggles. I want to improve my health and quality of life. That being said, I am starting my â€œlife after Whole30â€ log in hope to fix whatever I have to fix/keep track of my progress/get help from this amazing community. I will summarize my accomplishments/goals/issues in this post and will review them every month. Sounds like a plan? Hell yeah! Random facts about me: - I am 5'5 and around 120 lb - I love taking random pictures of everything, a habit I developed after I moved to another country. This is my way to share my everyday life with my friends back home. Bear with my photo-obsession, people! - I love food and enjoy cooking + I have a giant collection of teas and spices + I never skip breakfast, it's my favorite meal of the day - I take ballet classes and this is my kind of a non food drug - I love walking and walk on average 20 miles a week (yes, I've calculated) - I love working out. I do Pilates (1/w) + workout (2/w) - I don't drink alcohol Accomplished during Whole30: - quit smoking - ditch scales (almost) - stop counting calories - eat decent amount of food in general - 4-5 hours between meals with no real hunger - have only 1 coffee a day Habits to break: - nuts addiction - eating out of the jar/can/fridge - eating smth extra 5 minutes after having a meal - sneaking food while cooking - â€œfat girlâ€ syndrome Major goals: - transit to eating 80% paleo - fix my sleep (struggling with insomnia and trouble sleeping) - heal my gut (my digestion is out of wack completely) - learn to stop eating when full even if there is food left on the plate - shift to more functional workouts (CrossFit/lifting heavy/etc) - improve my stress management techniques - lean out and drop 3% of bf (no judgement, people) - be happy Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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