Weight with an Online Diet Journal
by Josh Day
you want to slim down but can't seem to keep the weight off, starting
a diet journal will often keep you motivated and on track with your
weight loss goals.
exactly is a diet journal?
journal tracks your progress through: your weight, the foods you
eat, how often you eat, and utilization of a calendar to mark your
journals also can:
how you feel in regards to what you eat
the nutrients and ingredients in your food
others later with a recorded log
diet journal can be as simple as jottings on a steno notepad to
as complex as an entire software program devoted to helping you
why start a diet journal?
a record keeps you focused and forces you to have goals. Successful
people often claim writing down goals and keeping a log is one
of the biggest secrets to their success.
keeping track of everything you eat, you'll understand the weight
loss process better and learn more about your body. You'll also
be more inclined to eat healthier foods and avoid the ones that
add negative results in your log.
a journal leads to a greater sense of accomplishment when you
reach your goals.
that we've outlined that what's and why's, let's talk about keeping
a diet journal online.
you work on a computer most of the day?
you have access to the Internet, at home or at work?
the answer is yes, you should seriously consider starting a diet
journal online -- in the form of a blog.
are popping up faster than ever these days. It's easy to get a free
blog, and it's even easier to learn how to use.
have all kinds of features like calendars and tracking modifications.
here's the kicker... your blog doesn't necessarily have to be seen
by anyone except you!
save a tree or two and start an online diet journal.
people report better success with diet journals when they are available
to the public because they feel with others watching them they stay
on their toes.
you can always turn a private blog into a public blog -- and vice-versa
-- any time.
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