FREE Health Tracker 2020 - (Printable & Digital) Bullet Journal Spread
Do you ever get in a rut where you can’t seem to follow through on your health goals—no matter how glorious your intentions? Me, too! Believe it or not, using a weekly diet tracker has helped me get unstuck—and it can help you, too! ⠀
How? By increasing your self-awareness, which is a powerful force for change. Simply seeing your own eating and drinking habits clearly can inspire you to make little tweaks that have a big impact on your health.⠀
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Download this printable bujo spread so you can print it out and use it to support your health and wellbeing.
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So how exactly do you use a weekly food log? ⠀
Write down when and what you eat (bonus if you include everything you drink). The key is to be honest with yourself and log EVERYTHING. Even those 5 bites you ate off your son’s plate as you cleaned up so you wouldn’t have to throw anything away...log it.⠀⠀⠀
At the end of the week, review your food log. Look for patterns, frequency and habits so you can get a clear picture of your current behaviors. Simply observing yourself clearly can be enough motivation to inspire positive change. You could also note room for improvement and make that your goal for the next week. (And go for the small wins here so you get some momentum!)⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
PRO TIP: Be your own bestie. Rather than get down on yourself for not being perfect, imagine you were giving an honest pep talk to your best friend—what encouraging words would you say to them? That’s what to you can say to yourself. No need to get down on yourself. Be honest and uplifting while holding yourself accountable and you’ll feel like you can move mountains. 🙂⛰💪🏽⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Now that you know how to use a weekly diet tracker, it's time to fill out your own!