Whole 30 Day 6

Having woken up and realised that I had forgotten to plan all my meals for today I was off to a bit of a slow start. I can see how this could be a trap that I could easily fall into. The temptation to just do something quick did pay me a visit, but I was able to ignore it, mostly I think because I am accountable to the blog - I had to take a photo of something. It was a good lesson though, I think it is a key thing for me to continue to plan the next day's meals beyond the whole 30, and that perhaps this is where I went wrong before. Breakfast at least needs to planned, or even half prepared to get me off to a good start.

After a bit of hesitation I did manage to come up with a lovely breakfast. Sweet potato hash, bacon (yes it was sugar free) and and egg. My lunch was eaten at my desk as I have been working for most of the day. I also forgot to photograph it - but it was exactly the same as yesterday, a tin of tuna and some leaves (I am using yesterdays photo just so that my day is complete for my own records). Dinner was turkey burgers and salad. I also had some strawberries and melon, that are not photographed.

Sweet potato hash, bacon and egg

Tuna salad

turkey burger and salad

I didn't do any exercise again! Tomorrow morning I am going swimming as my son's Dad is here for the weekend so he can take care of him. I do use the fact that I am a single mum as an excuse for why I do nothing more that walk with a buggy and play on Wii fit and Zumba as exercise, so when there is someone her to look after him I have to do something else.

Water was a good one today though. I drank more than 3L (it has been warm).

I am feeling quite good - I think the cold has passed and the wheat side effects have gone - I don't have the boundless energy yet, but I think within the next day or too I could have.

Also doing the Whole30 July

Molly and the Princess

Let me know if you're doing it too!

Hello, and thanks for stopping by. My name is Emma and I am a lifestyle entrepreneur, writer, teacher, coach and mentor. I am passionate about eating real food, learning, travel and health. I get to spend my days with my amazing son who has chosen to learn from the world rather than at school. We write to share the life we love and to help others create a life they love too.

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