Day 21: 3 Weeks In

Three weeks, come and gone. I have stuck to a strict Keto diet for a full 3 weeks now and I can say that I feel a huge difference in my energy level, in my eating habits and in my alertness. I’m on the ball so to speak.

I’ve been learning as I go and although I have purchased numerous Keto cookbooks, I have yet to try the delicious recipes. I have to admit that I have been winging it. Mostly because of a lack of time. Somewhat because I usually don’t have all the ingredients on hand. Renewing my pantry with Keto friendly ingredients has been a process.

I have noticed that my macros are often slightly off. This is because I have, over the years, developed a habit of consuming high protein meals. I often forget to incorporate higher amounts of fat into my meals.

I am missing bread a lot and am looking to try some Keto friendly bread recipes to satisfy the cravings. I am not yet brave enough. I am a little scared that it will leave a bad taste in my mouth (no pun intended). I love bread, if Keto bread doesn’t live up to the expectation, it may ruin it for me forever. Perhaps I will gain courage in the coming weeks.

Published by May

May Baydoun did all the “right” things and followed all the “right” steps. But she knew deep down that there was more to life than getting an education, getting married, having children... There had to be more than just the cards you are dealt. Watching her children play, she overheard her daughter saying “... just like mommy”. The sudden realization that her children, her daughters especially, would grow up to be just like mommy frightened her deeply. She was the role model of what a woman can be in this life and at that time, May wasn’t satisfied with who she was nor what she stood for. She was nothing more than her mother had shown her to be... A woman in her thirties, married with young children putting her dreams and ambitions on a permanent hold to raise a family. In that moment, she fully understood that she could not expect her children to become more or better than she was willing to be herself. It was a harsh reality check; and in that moment, she made the decision she would become the best version of herself she could be because she HAD to be the best possible role model for her children. That powerful decision, her awakening, meant that she could no longer accept the average life she had led up until that point. She set out on a wild journey of deep self-discovery. Not only of who she was, but who she wanted to be and how to become that woman who had that life. Along the way, she made the discovery of the law of attraction and suddenly her whole life made sense. The good luck... The bad luck... The past decade of her life. It all made sense. She had created it all. And if she could create it, then she could dis-create it and re-create something new. She began testing the theory and in no time was proven right. Fully trusting the Universe, she allowed herself to be led on the journey. She has had the beautiful blessing of learning from so many great thought leaders and piecing together the many pieces of life’s intriguing puzzle. Over a decade later, she has discovered her life purpose, and is living it fully. Now that the student has become a master, she teaches others the principles that have led to her radical life transformation and how they too can leverage (or hack) the Universe to get anything they want... without breaking any of the laws!

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