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Diet and Fitness Journal Peter Pauper Press

Hey Neighbors!

We are back to Starting the Year Off Right!  Here is an item I have been needing!  It is a Diet and Fitness Journal from Peter Pauper Press.  They also included one of their pens!  This is a GREAT way to start your year off right.


Your Personal Guide to Optimum Health

Author: Claudine Gandolfi

ISBN #: 9781593596705
Page Count: 280
Published Date: 01-01-2009
Trim Size: 4.75" x 7.50" x 1.00"
Binding: Covered wire-o

I have been wanting to record my exercise and my food intake and here everything is, in one little book.  This Journal is divided into sections.
1. Information about diet, fitness and nutrition.
2. Journal Pages in which to log your daily food intake and energy expenditure from activity.
3. Weekly progress pages with extra tips and motivators.
4. A calorie and nutrition chart for common foods.
5. A "Keep-Motivated" personal progress chart at the back.

For the Daily Food Log, you will record the day, date and week you are on.  Then you note what time you eat your meals and snacks.  You will fill in portions, food, calories, etc. whatever you need to keep track of. There is a place for you to put your daily target for calories.  And a little chart is included at the bottom to mark in the amount of water, fruits and vegetables you have consumed.

In the Daily Fitness Log you will find places to record cardio and other workouts.  Strength Training is next.  You have places for estimated calories burned, net calories, vitamins and supplements, your mood for the day, goals achieved and your personal thoughts.

The next section is to record your weekly progress.  Your measurements, weight loss, and set goals for the next week.

There is a spot in the front of the book to place a before picture.  At the end of course there is a place for the after picture.

This book will really be handy as I continue dieting and exercising this year.  I am so glad Peter Pauper Press has this available.  You can order one from them for just $14.99.

We also received one of their Classic Black Roller Ball Pens.  This will be used to record all the information into the Diet and Fitness Journal.  Re-fills for the pen are also available on the Peter Pauper site.  Peter Pauper Press has some other really nice journals, stationary, calendars and other items.  Be sure to visit their site and look around!

One neighbor will receive a Diet and Fitness Journal with a classic Pen.  Be sure and enter soon!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive a Journal and Pen for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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andrea v said…
Exercise and no snacking
Unknown said…
I'm trying to follow a 40/40/20 diet (complex carbs/protien/heatlhy fats). Also, exercise at least 5 days a week. :) while still allowing myself some splurges every now and then. Just trying to be healthy :)
latanya t said…
eat less fast food and exercise
Unknown said…
I plan to cut back on soda, sweets and chips and eat healthy :)
Coolestmommy said…
I'm not setting 'diet' goals because I tend to get frustrated. My goals are to eat less and move more. I think the journal would help a lot with making suer I really eat less and move more.
Brittany said…
Eat healthier, exercise, drink water and take my vitamins.
Debby said…
I don't have any diet plans other than to keep eating healthy real food. For fitness I am slowly building my strength training back up after a several month break due to a couple minor injuries. Hoping to do a lot of hiking.

Great giveaway!

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