Starting a Whole30 on day 1 of a 30-day month is really handy when it comes to keeping track of what day I'm on.
The weekend went pretty well, except for lunch yesterday. We had a fundraiser at church to pay for the Young Women (teenage girls) to go to a week-long camp in a couple of months. It was Fast Sunday (we all fast the first Sunday of every month), so I hadn't eaten anything that morning. Plus, I had picked Jason up at the Boston airport very late the night before and was exhausted. After running around for an hour, getting everything coordinated and set up, we were all really hungry.*
So I ate what was there. A couple brownies, a couple bites of lasagna, some enchiladas, and something one of my Counselors made called "frog eye salad", which is apparently very big in Utah and I think was just Cool Whip, canned oranges and pineapple tidbits, and tapioca pearls.
Nothing was Whole30 approved, really. But I got back on the ball when I made our dinner several hours later, and I intend to stick to the plan this week. For instance, I have a work meeting tonight, where we'll be getting dinner. I already know I won't be eating the rolls or the dessert.
Rather than proclaim "I FAILED!" and go have a donut, I prefer to be more philosophical and make a note that I should be more prepared in future situations like yesterday, but not beat myself up about it.
*As a side note, sometimes it's kind of a drag being in charge. I'm the YW President, so the other leaders and the girls ultimately look to me for tasks when we're setting up this sort of party. When I was younger, I was a total bossypants and was perfectly happy to tell everyone what to do. Now, while I still like to organize things, there are times when I just don't want to be the lead person anymore. I like to think that as I'm getting older and maturing, I'm becoming less Type A and more laid-back. That sounds better than lazy.