The best Whole30 success tip I can give you is to write out your goals. What do you want to achieve from your month of eating clean?
I firmly believe in having goals and getting them down on paper. They keep you focused and help you stay on track. They are especially important when undergoing a challenge such as a Whole30. If you haven’t written out your goals for your 30 days, get a pen and paper right now.
Mine looked like this:
- Eat REAL FOOD - Eat three square meals - No snacking - Eat very little fruit - Drink apple cider vinegar every day - Get a lot of sleep - Complete Blogilates Novemburn calendar
I wish I could say I played inside the rules the entire time, but to be honest I gave up on the apple cider vinegar in the second week after plain forgetting it three days in a row. I also snacked on about three occasions. Not too bad, but certainly not a perfect record.
That’s ok, too. I kept to the strict guidelines and these extras were just for added benefit. I’m not beating myself up about these ones.
I have amended the list for my low FODMAP Whole30, but hopefully I’ll have more answers at the end.