Tuesday, April 10
Geez. No. Not my husband.
We did have some Alabama Redfish though. And some Mackerel.
This is the post where I convince you that vacation Whole30 style is delightful. There’s no feeling puffy in my swim suit, fighting my hangover from the night before, feeling tired because I tossed and turned in a different bed (code word: I drank/ate too much), feeling guilt from overindulgence in whatever, or being sluggish from lack of activity.
And did I mention how much fun I’m having?
But isn’t the Whole30 about relaxing too? Why, yes, of course! I’m loving my time with my family, reading my 3rd book, working on my tan (using sunscreen and a hat!), averaging 1 run and 3 walks/day, watching a few television shows I’ve only heard people talk about, and trying a few new recipes (one tasted like chunky monkey ice cream so don’t feel too sorry for me).
And what a pleasure to cook the fresh catch tonight.
Each of us has to find relaxation in our own way and I’m finding relaxing comes even easier to me on the Whole30. I’ll give it a few more days practice, though, just to be sure.
WOD: 4 mile run in surf
Water: 8 bottles (adding this back in because Biggest Winner 2.0 is back at FitBodies! More about this next week to kick off my return to BloNo!)
Sleep: 9:30 pm-6:30 am
2 eggs, 1/2 avocado, 3 oz steak/chicken, salsa, sweet potato hash browns
Salad with Grilled Chicken
Apple and Pistachios
Coconut Mackerel (dipped in egg, coconut flour, seasoning, and unsweetened coconut and fried in coconut oil)
Blackened Red Fish (all natural seasoning)
Chunky Monkey Coconut Cream
Wonder if they have Redfish in Lake Bloomington? HA!