Free fitness stickers are what I’m all about. I’ve searched Pinterest and Etsy for stickers that suit me and I haven’t found them yet. Well, I have if I want to buy from 3 or 4 different shops. Ain’t nobody got money for that! So, I did the next best thing. I thought about what I wanted from fitness stickers and made my own.
I’m making them available to you for free! Not only do these stickers help you track your weight, workouts, and water, they offer a bit of motivation along the way. Here’s what you need to do:
Sign up below to receive the file in your email.
Save the file to your desktop, or an easily accessible place where you won’t forget them.
Print on a full sheet of sticker paper (I used white sticker paper).
If you need more, just print more. It’s that easy. What are you waiting for?!
As a wife, mother, and freelancer, it’s important for me to keep a very close eye on our finances. I’ve pinned so many great things on Pinterest to help me keep that close eye but there is always something I’m not overly fond of. So, instead, I created my own monthly bill tracker printable insert.
I created a master list of all of our bills to keep in my finance section and I love it, but it’s not working for me by itself. I found myself wanting to check off the bills that I paid on this list and that’s not what it’s for.
So, I needed something that would allow me to check off when I paid each bill every month. I created the monthly bill tracker insert using Word and Excel (gotta love that insert object option). That’s why I created this printable. It’s designed in landscape format so that everything would fit nicely on one page.
This printable insert is for the A5 Filofax and is available for free download! Enjoy!
This activity tracker printable is designed to keep track of all of your walking and running efforts. I haven’t started using this one yet because it’s new, but I’ll definitely start using it very soon. My FitBit Charge HR tracks all of my steps, distance traveled, and calories burned and it syncs to my Lose It! account. But, sometimes, I don’t want to have to pull up an app on my phone to see my progress.
So, I made this activity tracker printer for my A5. 🙂 I know it’s like doing twice the work, but, let’s face it, I handle things much better when they’re written down. I’m hoping that this printable will also help me see why I’m not meeting my step goal each day. I can look back in my calendar pages to see what I did each day so I can plan accordingly the next time.
If you’re interested in this free activity tracker printable, click the button below!
I love my Filofax and I never go anywhere without it. I’m also very old school when it comes to writing things down. No matter how much I’ve tried, I just can’t rely solely on my iPhone. I need that structure of keeping a plan, writing everything down, and checking things off my to-do list (which never seems to dwindle). But, I digress.
I’m always looking for new ways to make the most of my Filo and that means creating new inserts. Since we’ve been dealing with rain and all that nastiness for like 7 days in a row, I decided to organize my planner and prepare for the coming week. I just moved back into my personal Finsbury (from my A5) and I had some work to do. I’ve been busy creating inserts today and I wanted to share one of them with you (I’ll share the other ones I created later this month – so stay tuned!).
Although I track my weight in the Lose It! app, I wanted it on paper, too. So, I created a weight tracker printable for just that purpose. It’s a clean layout and very easy to use. Click the button below to download this free printable!