Day 18

So we made it to Friday! Another week at work done, another week on the Whole 30 in the bag. The bagels and cream cheese sitting out in the break area at work this morning didn’t even tempt me! It’s almost scary who I’ve become… I sailed through my six and a half hour work…

Day 15-17

According to the most recent Five Thirty Eight polling numbers 14.7 million U.S. households read this blog weekly. To you, my readership, I’m deeply sorry for my lack of blogging over the past week. All I can say is that the Whole 30 lifestyle has become quite routine. Banana and breakfast bake in the morning,…

Day 14

Somehow in the process of editing this post the text all disappeared and I don’t know how to get it back, and I’m too lazy right now to re-type this…. Two weeks done!  

Day 13

I did not account for playoff football when agreeing to take on the Whole 30 challenge. Do you know what’s awesome? Watching the Packers win week after week. Want to know what’s not awesome? Watching the Packers win week after week with all your friends while they’re eating wings, chili, gumbo, cookies, puppy chow, jell-o…

Day 12

Dear Whole Foods, you’re stupid and I’m over you. -Jor. But seriously, eighty five percent of what you have I can get at Lunds for twenty to thirty percent cheaper. Plus your store just smells weird. What’s the point of organic or GMO-free food anyway?? I want GMOs in my food… it’s more productive to…

Day 11

Dear Whiskey, I miss you. Love, Jor. Who am I? Today I passed on donuts, a taco bar and went into a bar for this first time where I sipped on a water while being asked if my genitals would grow back when the thirty days were up.  The last time I showed this much…

Day 9-10

I’m starting to become skeptical of my skepticism… Wednesday and Thursday continued with a surge of energy and positively and without that mid-afternoon crash feeling. There aren’t any good explanations, other than the Whole 30, and the increased caffeine consumption, which doesn’t explain the lack of a crash. This week has continued with eating the…

Day 8

For the majority of the day I was in a very positive mood. Now I’m skeptical that it’s W 30 related but nothing really stood out today to cause me to be so infectiously positive. It started off a little rough feeling groggy this morning waking up, which really is quite common, followed by scarfing…

Day 7

You know that feeling when you’re running a marathon and you hit “The Wall?” You just want to quit right then and there and lay down somewhere. Well I have no idea what that feeling is like. The longest distance I’ve ever run was a mile in high school for gym class, and that was…

Day 6

Meg has politely informed me that my spelling is atrocious, and my grammar is sub-par. Again, I remind you that this is free blog that is mostly typed on my iPhone. None the less, I would still like to apologize to my ESL audience if this is hard to follow. Day six started out as…

Day 4-5

You people are like hyenas circling their prey waiting for me to post…this is Jor’s Whole 30 Blog, not an award winning New York Times column…I need to be lazy, sleep in, and watch football on my alcohol free weekends, but don’t worry, I took notes, so here goes. Also, I resisted the urge of…

Day 3

Today I scheduled a happy hour over a month out… this is what my life has become on W30. In other news, this afternoon I realized I haven’t taken any antacids in the past three days and my life has been changed for the better. However, other than the occasional cheese craving and a mild…