Get organized for those New Year’s resolutions with a free printable fitness tracker! Keep track of your daily exercise, meals, and water intake all in one place, and reach your goals in no time!
Hey there, sweet friends! I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas! It was the year of hockey equipment and Bionicles around here, so I have spent the past several days either shooting pucks with our oldest in the basement or bent over little instruction books, trying to put together a bunch of teeny tiny pieces in the right configuration to create Bionicles with our youngest. It’s a good thing those Cs are so cute… 😉
It seems like once Christmas is over, people start thinking about two things: fitness and organization. Today I have a little bit of both for you! I love that the new year is the perfect time for a fresh start, a new beginning. Anything seems possible, and it really can be… if you have a plan. When it comes to health and fitness, I’ve learned a lot about the importance of planning recently, so I thought I’d share my story (and a pretty printable!) with you all today!
My Fitness Story
You see, I used to love exercise and always made it a priority in my life. However, over the past few years as blogging has turned into our family’s full time business, I started pushing fitness further and further down my priority list. I’ve had a few spurts of exercising consistently here and there, but inevitably, life would get busy and I would fall away from the habit.
A few months ago, though, I decided I was fed up. I was sick of putting my health on the back burner and feeling sluggish and low energy all the time as a result. I knew that this whole healthy lifestyle thing wouldn’t happen on its own, so I made a plan. I chose a workout program, came up with a healthy eating strategy, and found some friends to keep me accountable. And for the last few months, I have been consistently working out, eating healthier meals, and sticking to said plan!
I’ve lost more than 10 pounds, but the thing I’m even more excited about is that I feel like I have energy again! My excuse of, “I don’t have time to exercise because I have so much work to do” was completely backward. Because I’m taking the time to take care of myself, I’m accomplishing more in my days and my productivity is soaring. It really is a win-win!
Printable Fitness Tracker
If you’ve been around this blog for long, you know that any time I need to get organized or make a change in my life, I make a printable. It’s just what I do! So of course when I started down this road to being more healthy, I needed a pretty printable to help me keep track of everything.
It’s pretty simple. Each day I write down what type of workout I’m doing and how long I spent exercising. There’s room to write down what I ate for each meal, and even a little spot to track my water intake. Having a record of what I’ve done each day keeps me accountable, and it’s great to be able to look back and see everything that I’ve accomplished!
With the New Year right around the corner, I thought some of you might be working on your health and fitness goals, too, so I decided to share my little fitness tracker with you! You can snag your free fitness tracker below!
Simplify: 35+ Printables to Help You Organize Your Life
There’s more where this came from! I have even more pretty printables that can help you meet your goals in my eBook Simplify: 35+ Printables to Help You Organize Your Life! (There is also a matching Intentional Life Planner! Yippee!)
Years ago, I began putting together a home binder to help keep myself and my family organized in several areas– from fitness and finance to goals and planning and more! When I realized that others were having the same struggles in the areas of organization and productivity as I had, I decided to share my home binder in hopes that it would help other people streamline and organize their lives just like it had helped me, and Simplify: 35+ Printables to Help You Organize Your Life was born. If organization is on your to-do list, be sure to click the button below to find out more.
Have a happy, healthy week, friends!
The image below is from a previous version of this post.