I had my last meal at 4 PM yesterday. It is not a wise decision to binge and gorge yourself on the last meal, as though you are stocking supplies to last for a long time. No disturbing hunger sensations. Feeling weak and enervated. Just feel like lying down and taking a doze. Yet, got classes till two. In fact, I think I am thinking of staying back till 4.30 so as to atleast cross the 25 hour mark.
Aww ... so famished and unwilling to convince myself to think of anything.
The first day is usually both a boon and bane. Good in some ways because physically, the troubles are few and easily manageable. It is also a problematic area because you are very restless towards the end of this day - since you are unable to think clearly, you are easily susceptible to thoughts that tempt you to quit. And you mostly do, not because it was unbearable but due to distractive nature of contradicting thoughts. Which is why, it is a good idea to engage yourself as much as possible and keep yourself busy on this day.
The nature of my observations is of course not applicable to everyone since body types vary from person to person. If you have a ravenous metabolism, and have never been on a complete water-fast before, be prepared for a horrific first day.