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SIMONEKP Posts: 2,615
8/27/13 6:14 P

just use anything- a pocket calendar might work

MANDIETERRIER1 Posts: 15,090
8/27/13 2:08 P

A spiral bound book of graph paper would be helpful

LYSADELL SparkPoints: (40,665)
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Posts: 548
8/27/13 12:54 P

True and thanks.

I have the Sparkpeople app but I like to handwrite instead and I don't have to worry aobut the app not working or anything.

BUNNYKICKS Posts: 2,403
8/27/13 12:20 P

Really you could use just about anything. I suppose my one recommendation would be - make it small enough that it is convenient to slip in your purse so you can carry it with you. A diary with one page per day might be nice. You could use any type of "planner" - doesn't have to be specifically "designed" for diet and/or fitness tracking.


LYSADELL SparkPoints: (40,665)
Fitness Minutes: (64,414)
Posts: 548
8/27/13 8:52 A

I'm old fashioned and like to write things down, Looking for an inexpensive fitness and diet tracker/journal.

Any suggestions?

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