Spring is almost upon us and those around me are getting ready for Spring Break and with that the swimsuit season. This is the time that they are calling “shredding season” and they begin to eat better and workout.
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Whatever the workout of choice is, most of us are looking for motivation and accountability. The best way for those of us who use Bullet Journals to hold ourselves accountable is with trackers. Once you’ve created the tracker, that empty space that you need to check daily will taunt you, trust me in this!
On the hunt for my perfect accountability workout tracker, I compiled the best of the best with Crush Your Health & Fitness Goals With Bullet Journal Habit Trackers to share with you in hopes it inspires you as it did me. Hopefully, you’ll stay motivated too. You will hate seeing empty boxes and you too will be ready for Spring Break!
THINGS YOU CAN ADD TO YOUR HEALTH/FITNESS HABIT TRACKER
- Water consumption
- 8+ hours of sleep
- 10,000+ steps
- Using MFP or another calorie tracking app
- Eating healthy
- No sweets
- No soda
- Strength training
- Caloric intake
- Ate 3 meals
What you need to start:
Before you move into the lovely bullet journal spreads I have to show you, I want to recommend some of the products I use for my own bullet journaling.
- This is the exact Bullet Journal I use.
- These are the markers I personally use. You can go with fancy Tombows but I like these.
- These are the stencils I use. They are metal with their own case.
- This is the washi tape I use. I like skinny tape.
Now let’s get you looking at these awesome bujo spreads…
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Keeping yourself accountable for workouts, weight gain, what you eat, etc will help you stay on track and less chance of failing. Implementing trackers in your bullet journal is a sure fire way for most! If you haven’t started a journal yet, be sure to check out my post Bullet Journal 101 for where to start. For more great Ideas, follow my Planner board on Pinterest. Better yet, follow me on Pinterest. Don’t forget to share all of your bullet journal ideas with me in the comment section below.