That ish was hard as hell but I got through it, …..barely! I was super sick on Thursday night or Friday one of them, my tummy hurt so bad and I had no idea what in the world caused it. I literally only drank some water in the evening after my after lunch shake and went to sleep praying it would be over by the morning. (I think it was Thursday).
Anyway despite that hiccup, the five day challenge renewed for me thatÂ I have to somehow incorporate that type of stuff into my lifestyle. It felt great every morning, and I say every morning because my days are usually pretty busy and it can get really easy to grab something that I think isÂ satisfyingÂ to curb hunger but does nothing for me nutritionally.Â Because I developed that habit, when I broke it and got through each day it just seemed like I woke up at peace and with great clarity. Even the day after I was sick, that morning I felt so much better, it was as if nothing happened.
One negative thing I noticed is that I would want the day just to be over so I could get to the morning and get to the ‘feel good’ part. I reallyÂ didn’tÂ take the time to enjoy the process andÂ that’sÂ not the best way to go about it.
My ultimate goal is to beÂ completelyÂ vegan, I dibble and dabble in that lifestyle alot, but to be honest..Â I’mÂ Jamaican! and that means I love pork, I love jerk chicken, I love goat, I love fish(fried or steamed) —
(if you ever tried fried fish and lobster on the below beach..youÂ wouldn’tÂ be able to spell the word vegan and you would totally understand!)
Hellshire – Beach Fried Fish, bammy and festival
My brother suggested Paleo, which keeps fresh meat and produce in the diet eliminating all the made up stuff. Paleo seems easy enough I found some Paleo bread which I have yet to try and the Paleo recipes seem pretty easy. The other thing I love about Paleo is that they encourage you to workout hard! and I miss that like crazy! –
how easy has it been for you guys to eat wholesome, got any tips?
(more on Paleo here)