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September is the month of maintenance. It’s the month to yank faded annuals from your flower beds and garden pots and exchange them for cool weather flora. At this time of year, newsstands feature glossy magazine covers that promote the current de-cluttering and organizational techniques for our home.
Modern phrases like streamlining, reclaiming quiet, and living well remind us that a frequent assessment of our busyness is necessary. We need to recharge and regain balance if we’ve experienced an exceptionally exuberant summer.
While we labor to fine tune our homes for the impending seasonal change, let’s not neglect to do the same for our body. Join me and a host of others for the Whole30 Days Hath September Challenge.
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Commit to the Whole30 program for thirty days. Yes, in all honesty, the thirty days will be difficult. It does get easier, and the health benefits are worth the toughing it out for a month. After the thirty days, your outlook on food will change.
Like with any new endeavor, you need to prepare. My best advice is to borrow or purchase the The Whole30: The 30-Day Guide to Total Health and Food Freedom and educate yourself about the program.
This is the Whole30 book that explains the program in detail.