I've read in the Whole30 book that it's between week three and four that boredom can set in. For me, this has been true primarily with breakfast. I am sleeping pretty well and I wake up hungry, but I often don't feel like eating, simply because I don't want to fix MORE EGGS. I'm learning that I actually like eating my dinner (again) in the morning. I remember back in 2012 eating "breakfast" fish for the first time. I almost couldn't do it—big cereal fan here—but I tried it and wow, did my body like it. Truly, it was like my cells were doing a happy breakfast dance. I felt so good in a new-to-me interstitial peaceful sort of way. Like satisfied deep inside with a crazy-cool sense of gratitude pulsing through my veins. weird. right? Anyway, since then, fish (tilapia or salmon) has become my power breakfast. If I know I'm going to be traveling all day or out and about and unsure of my next meal, then I often do fish and carrots or sweet potato. It's AWESOME.
So, one week to go. I'm doing good, but I won't lie, I'm starting to think about the reintroduction phase and thinking about what foods I might be most excited to bring back. At the same time, I kinda don't want to lose this intense feeling of well-being that I LOVE walking around with. We'll see.