I’ve been looking everywhere for a free food and exercise diary which was customized towards the goals of the Paleo diet. Alas I couldn’t find anything.
I have trialed this template and found it works well for my needs. It is best if you print off three months worth and put it in a ring binder folder. It is well known that to develop a new habit it takes on average 90 days.
The left hand side is for recording your food and drink intake. The right hand side is a little more adaptable and can be used for your exercise and then doing your macronutrient sums. If you need more space to write down your calculations you can use the back of the page.
At the bottom of the page there is a summary. I write down how I feel that day and reflect on my overall health and fitness goals.
Here’s a one-page-per-month calendar for next year. Each month is illustrated with a photo of a pretty garden flower and that’s it. No advertising, no politicans and nothing extra added. Keeping it simple.
Big M is the master at making salads and can turn any green leaf into something interesting. I need to follow a recipe or need some prompting.
I’ve just finished working on this salad cheat sheet and was keen to share it with everyone. The cheat sheet lists potential salad ingredients grouped together by type. It’s ideal to use to toss together your next salad. I’m going to colour print my version off, get it laminated and hang it up inside our kitchen cupboards.
I’ve been thinking about turning my craft journal template into a gardening journal, but haven’t worked out what the best things to record are. Any suggestions?
A journal is a great source of inspiration and reference for your projects. It is useful if you what to look back and remake a project. You can keep track of your swaps, and maintain an inventory of your supplies and tools. Here’s some instructions on how to make your own craft journal.
Find a folder for your journal and decorate the cover.