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Just for Mom: Fitness

Starting or even sticking to a regular fitness routine is tough under any circumstances, but add in closed gyms, quarantine snacks and the general weariness of it all and it takes some extra oomph to stay on track.

Enter The Happy Planner Fitness Edition – part journal, part calendar and part workout log, all with the backdrop of happy colors and graphics to bring a smile as you fill in your week. The 12-month planner is undated, so you can start it at any time. 

Almost any fitness coach will tell you that one of the keys to getting fit is having attainable, measurable goals. The weekly spreads in the planner have space to log each day’s calendar, priority, food log and exercise. Each month’s end has room for reflection, celebrating victories and noting holidays and birthdays. There’s plenty of pep talk on the monthly dividers as well. 

Hold yourself accountable to your health and fitness goals by writing them down on fitness filler paper and track your week on a coordinating pad with blocks for each day of the week (each sold separately).

If you need even more happiness added to your routine, Stephanie Fleming, the creative mind The Happy Planner, also has a podcast, “Plan a Happy Life,” encouraging ways to bring more happiness into your relationships, career, home and everyday life. Learn more about the podcast at https://planahappylife.com. Her upcoming book will be released in August. 

The Happy Planner Fitness Edition and accessories are available at https://thehappyplanner.com

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