Prepping for Paleo30 2014

*I’ve renamed our 30 day challenge to Paleo30 because the Whole30 people weren’t thrilled that I included a few “non-approved” Whole30 ingredients in my meal plan. I don’t want there to be any confusion. I just want to help encourage people to eat better so make a meal plan that fits YOUR family needs.

January 1 starts our next Paleo30 Challenge. Last year’s Whole30 (which wasn’t Whole30 approved) was such a great way to start of the new year we decided to do it again this year.

However, this time I decided to make a meal plan for the whole month rather than week by week. It was a lot of work to sit down and plan out what is essentially 90 meals but I hope it’s worth it. Our meal plan is a basic guide we will follow and if we decide to switch things up it’s OK, at least we had a plan rather than no plan at all. I will also be preparing some freezer meals for the nights when I’m exhausted and the thought of cooking another meal makes me want to eat a giant bowl of ice cream. I’m hoping that preparation will be my friend this Paleo30.

So without further adieu here is my Paleo30 2014 Meal Plan.

Paleo30 Meal Plan

I haven’t decided if I’m going to document every meal, every day yet but I will share some of our recipes, meal prep tips and the highs and lows of this Paleo30 Challenge.

Let’s do this!

Jessica is a family lifestyle blogger living in Raleigh, NC with her husband and four sons (7, 4, 3 and 1). Jessica started thebkeepsushonest.com in November of 2009, but has been blogging since 2003. Jessica writes about family life, recipes, travel and products for families. She is also a Work-from-home-mom who manages marketing and social media for a local accounting company.

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3 thoughts on “Prepping for Paleo30 2014

  1. Sara Schroeter

    I don’t usually like it when people get nit-picky about what’s paleo and what’s not, but when it comes to classifying something as “Whole30” it really needs to follow the rules which means no sweeteners, including honey, and no pretend baked goods like muffins and cookies. I am not coming down on your plan at all, looks great, just suggesting clarification of any exceptions you make for your family for those that may be new to Whole30 and not familiar with all the guidelines. I know when we do it I have to allow my daughter paleo pancakes or she will make the month miserable.

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  3. Annemie

    Hi there. I would love to do the 30 day challenge. If you have an updated ine please let me know. And please share some recipes.

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