And I’m flippin’ excited, though it’s ending on a bit of a sad note for me – me and the manfriend are most likely kaput, and I’ll probably be moving back in with my folks. Such is life, I suppose.
I’m very happy I got through my first 30 days with no slip-ups, though it wasn’t always perfect. Some days breakfast was a couple of Aidell’s sausages. Lunch today was the leftover teriyaki pineapple meatballs I had. But the most important thing was that I kept on going.
I thought about Day 31 for me, and what that meant. Now I’m really getting into the mental part of my half-year Whole30. Do I want to have a slice of pizza for lunch? Would that be self-sabotage? Or do I want to just keep on going? I know what I have to do, BUT – can I do it?
The answer, of course, is yes, that I can do it. I absolutely can do it. I just have to decide for myself if it’s worth it – if I’m worth it. And for the first time in my life, I’m realizing that I am. I’m worth it enough to leave a bad relationship. And I’m definitely worth it enough to take care of myself and treat myself how I deserve to be treated. And that’s one of the best NSVs of all.