Ah, yes, Whole30. Something that I know about well, after completing three rounds of the diet. The Whole30 diet can be really restrictive, and the need for willpower is critical. During these 30 days, one gives up dairy, sugar, legumes, alcohol, grains, bread, and anything made with white flour. You also can't "cheat" by making junk food compliant, for example, pizza with cauliflower crust. It's a no-go.
Without meal prepping and planning, Whole30 will seem like a chore. And without mixing up your flavor profiles, you're going to be off the wagon real fast. Personally, I realized that cooking the night before and having extra for lunch the next day really made a huge difference in my success — especially when I was obsessed with what I made for dinner.
Here are some delicious Whole30-approved lunches that are easy to transport (although some Pyrex or mason jars may be necessary!) and will have you anxiously awaiting your lunch break.