Be Healthy Every Day: A Weekly Planner–With Recipe Ideas, Healthy Hacks, and 300+ Stickers (To Do)
Be Healthy Every Day life planner will help you make them a reality!
This 52-week motivational calendar and sticker set by noted nutrition and health coach Maria Marlowe guides you to learn about, set goals for, and stick to positive habits that will make you feel healthy, fit, and happy. Each week offers useful and supportive advice and tips, including:
How to choose essential items for your pantry, fridge, and freezer—and what to toss
How to make smart, healthy choices about snacks and packaged foods
Basics for nutritious and delicious batch cooking and building veggie bowls, salad jars, healthy dressings, and more
Plus: 300+ stickers that encourage you to choose healthy priorities, set and achieve healthy goals for eating and exercise, and nurture your relationships–and yourself
With Be Healthy Every Day life planner, you can give yourself the gifts of feeling nourished, strong, focused, calm, and happy.
What are you waiting for? The journey to your healthiest self can start today!
From the Publisher
How to use this book
Be Healthy Every Day is a weekly life planner designed to help you work toward and reach your health and wellness goals by taking consistent, daily action to develop healthy habits that stick.
At the beginning of each week, fill in the habit you’re working on and the goal you want to achieve; for example, lose 2 pounds (0.9 kg), run 3 miles (4.8 km), and so on. There’s a small box in each calendar day that you can check off if you’ve accomplished that habit. For example, if you’re working on the habit of making veggies 50 percent of your plate for at least two meals each day, you can check it off on the days you accomplish it.
At the end of the week, you can complete the weekly check in or health and goal assessment, to record your weight, measurements, accomplishments, or anything else you want to track. This is how you’ll know your hard work is paying off, or to observe if you need to try a little harder.
To make each week’s journey to health a little more fun, there are prompts to Try Something New that encourage you to get out of your comfort zone and discover new foods and activities.
At the back of this book are stickers you can use to help schedule activities beforehand, or to check them off once they’re complete. Pay attention to which stickers you use, as well as the ones you don’t, so you can see which activities you’re prioritizing or avoiding. This may offer some insight into which areas you could work more on.
Your Healthy Priorities: These are the daily or weekly activities that contribute to our health and happiness.
Set and Achieve Goals: Breaking down big goals into smaller ones puts things into perspective and makes going after them seem more attainable.
Nurture Relationships: These activities are all about cherishing the relationships we have and creating meaningful new ones.
Nurture Yourself: Time spent relaxing, pampering, and nurturing yourself is time well spent.
Try Something New: Keep an open mind, and dive into new experiences and foods without judgment.