When I got together with all of my college roommates last month, we talked about the Whole 30. I had invited them to join me in January (we were doing a step challenge and I was also doing a January Whole 30). Three of them said, "That is NUTS!" and one said, "Hmmm." She wound up doing it and liking it, and [convoluted story de-convoluted for your reading pleasure] the five of us are doing it together in August.
If you want to try the Whole 30, it will be easiest if you can create low-stress habits. Pick two breakfasts that you can alternate happily. (Mine are a veggie-egg scramble and a vegan smoothie (frozen banana, coconut milk, pumpkin or sometimes berries, nut butter, and a little water). The Whole 30 people are a little grumbly about smoothies because it's easier to feel satiated when you're chewing your food, but they work for me.) If you can find a lunch groove (leftovers atop salad greens, maybe) and a snack groove (apples and nuts in your desk drawer so you don't hit the vending machines at 3:30 when the nibbling urge strikes), it will save you from the temptation to go to McDonald's already because this Whole 30 thing is ridiculous.
I'm going to have to do a little tweaking when it comes to dinners, since our Thoughtful Thursdays (beans and rice in acknowledgment of the poor) are not at all Whole 30-friendly. Beans and rice and a hunk of meat for Mom doesn't have quite the same vibe.
You can look forward to a sizable infusion of vim and zip in a couple of weeks, with perhaps some moments of Whole 30-fueled crabbiness between now and then. Let the kale-eating commence!