On the Whole 30, falling off the wagon and moderation

I spent most of the fall planning for a January "reset" via a Whole 30, knowing my body needed to get off the sugar-caffeine-carbs cycle I was on but not quite sure how to do that in the busyness that characterized the last five months of 2014. To keep myself accountable, I invited a ton of friends…

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30 Lessons from My Whole 30

Last Friday I finished my Whole30. Because I gave up halfway through due to morning sickness and food aversions the first time through, I was excited to make it all the way through this time and to meet my goals for forming good habits and getting back to my pre-pregnancy weight. Next week I'll share…

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Follow my Whole30 Challenge at Wholein30.com

Last week I began a 30-day food challenge known as the Whole30. If you've spent any time in the blogosphere or on Facebook or Instagram lately, chances are you've heard of it. Developed by Dallas & Melissa Hartwig of Whole9Life.com, the Whole30 challenge is not a diet or a fast; it's a program designed as…

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Preparing for Your Whole 30 Challenge

The following post is from Anne of Modern Mrs. Darcy: Editor's Note: I'm starting my own Whole 30 -- starting today, actually! -- and Anne graciously offered to share a guest post with some tips for preparing for your own Whole 30 based on her past experiences. Have you heard of the Whole 30? This…

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