30 Days & 30 Ways to Stay on Track

Starting a healthy lifestyle might seem overwhelming at first, but taking it one step at a time can make your new habits much more manageable. Use these 30 tips to keep  moving in the right direction.

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I like calendar but it too small print and cant change it due it is photo for printing. Report
Great. Report
interesting. thanks. Report
Thank you for the calendar. Now I have some thing a little better try to follow. Report
When I click, all I get is a low res jpeg. How do I get the pdf version?

Thanks! Report
Freekin coolz! Now I have a calender AND great advice! Report
Thank you for this! Report
I really like these calendars. They are good reminders! Thank you! Report
Haven't logged in for a while. Between work and school never enough hours in the day. I have been doing most of these things, but you have thought of a few new ones. Thanks. This is getting posted on my office door with my list of healthy vegetables and fruits by month. My patients and associates love these tips. Thanks you guys! Report
Some very good ideas, many we have heard before...but we forget in our very busy lives. This should really help! Thank you! Report
if you click on the calendar it will print out Report
Can you create a seperate URL for the calendar. I woulod really love to print it out. Thank you. Report
Its been hard for me to get back on track but now I am motivated to hit the track this morning get about 4 to 6 miles in and head to water arobics....yeah me Report
This should really motivate me. I'm going to pin it up so I can see it every day. Report


About The Author

Melinda Hershey
Melinda Hershey
Melinda has a bachelor’s degree in health promotion and education and is an ACE-Certified Personal Trainer. Before working as an editor for SparkPeople, she developed and taught health programs for several non-profit organizations. She enjoys writing, interval training, yoga, and cooking with friends.