Eating right and exercise is something we all should do. We’ll live longer, get sick less often, and be happier. But even knowing all of that, some of us still struggle to not only start but maintain that lifestyle. The decision to change your eating and exercise habits has to be a personal one. Don’t do it for your husband, boyfriend, or whoever. Do it for you. Do it because you want to feel better inside and out.
Once you’ve made the decision to change your lifestyle to a healthier one, you’ll likely need some help. In order to ensure the choices you make both in terms of fuel and fitness are good choices, you need to write down what you eat and what types of exercise you do. This way you have a record of everyday, and you can refer back to it at any time to see what worked or didn’t work.
Let’s get this planner party started! Today, I’m going to share how the Picture Quote Happy Planner™ works as my daily/to do planner. Nothing has really changed in how I use my daily planner except that I’ve narrowed down the focus of this planner to tasks, to do’s, appointments, schoolwork, etc.
A rather common question that I’ve been asked before is, “How do you use five planners?” The overall answer is that they each have their own function: daily plans, fitness tracking/planning, memory planning, lettering practice, and a sentence-a-day journal.
But that doesn’t really tell you how or why I use them in the way that I do. So beginning on Monday, October 10th, I will cover how I use one of my planners each day ending on Friday, October 14th.