I don't give a damn about your resolutions because I don't believe in New Years resolutions. They don't last, and you should be bettering yourself all year, not just the first week or month or however long it lasts, of the new year.
However, today, I'm starting The Whole30 Program. You can read all about Whole30 and everything that it is and isn't here. It's not a resolution, it's not a diet, it's a lifestyle change. My hope for embarking on this journey of health and wellness is that I sleep better, have more energy, clearer skin, and find out what foods work well with my body, and what foods don't.
I promise not to post about it a lot throughout the journey because I don't want to be one of those annoying people preaching my new lifestyle, when quite honestly I'm not sure how much I even believe in it. I'm kind of just letting my crazy sister take the lead and I'm following in her footsteps, as usual. [I guess here is also where I will give a shout out to my crazy mother because she asked for one].
Though crazy, they do deserve all the credit for this journey. They did the research, created the grocery lists, and even found a group of supporters while we were in the grocery store. The couple we met have been using the Whole30 program for a year now, and their results were incredible: they lost a collective 80 pounds, they sleep better, their skin is clear, and they feel all around like better, healthier people. They did say that the first 10 days are the absolute hardest, so extra support and motivation is needed.
It probably won't be easy, but it will definitely be worth it. Happy Whole30.