Holy Cow!! My last two days remain! I am thankful I took my last two days of Whole30 off. Not only did I need some time to de-stress from work, but it allows me to rethink back to why I began Whole30 in the first place. I am really excited to share my last two days on Whole30. It has been an incredible journey and I have learned so very much. . *If you would like to read Why I started, go here. For Day 1, go here. For Days 2-4, go here. For Days 5-7, go here. For Days 8-10, go here. Days 11-12, go here. For Days 13-14, go here. For Days 15-17, go here! For Days 18-19, go here. For Days 20-21, go here. For Days 22-24, go here. For Days 25-28, go here!
Meal 85- Breakfast. I made some Date Balls (recipe here) and had those for breakfast with a new organic banana! I have not had bananas in a few days so I was really craving a banana. I prefer mine a tad startchy, just as they begin to turn from green to yellow. I find them most irresistible during that phase of their transition and they are by far my favorite time to eat a banana. I skipped my favorite almond butter and opted just for a plain banana.
Day 30 Tuesday!! LAST DAY! I have made it! I am so excited to be rounding down my Whole30 journey. I feel it has been much longer than 30 days and I cannot believe how great I feel. I woke up after only having minimal sleep (my new book kept me up until 4am - absolutely one of the best books I have ever read), so even with just a few hours of robbed sleep, I am wide awake and energized as ever. I feel great!! I have missed some of my morning smoothies, but I tell you there is nothing like waking up in the morning and feeling so good after making your own amazing breakfast. It really is rewarding.
Meal 88- Breakfast. I think I have made the best mini frittata ever! It is by far not only one of the easiest things to make, it was the quickest. I sprayed a mini ramekin with avocado oil and spiraled 1/2 a zucchini into the bowl. I added two beaten eggs, one slice of turkey breast, chipotle seasoning, shallots, garlic powder and salt and pepper. After mixing thoroughly to ensure all the egg covered all aspects of the turkey and zucchini, I placed it into a 450 degree toaster over for about 7 minutes. And viola!! Breakfast was served!