2019 Health & Fitness Bullet Journal Pages

By | 21 August 2019
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Health and Fitness have long been at the top of my priority list. And each year I make new resolutions to improve my overall health. I’m using my bullet journal to help me reach my goals, keep myself motivated, and track my progress.

These are my health and fitness bullet journal pages for 2019.

NOTICE/DISCLAIMER: I am not certified in fitness or nutrition; I am not a doctor, and I have zero schooling in these fields. Over the years I have tried different things, spoken with professionals and doctors alike, and found workouts and nutrition plans that work for me and my body! This does not mean that these things will work for you. Please consult your doctor before making any major lifestyle changes.

NOTICE/DISCLAIMER: In this video, you will see my goal weight range and it may seem very low. Please be considerate and listen to the facts before making assumptions. I am 4’10” tall. For my height, every weight range you see in this video is completely healthy. Again, I have spoken with my physician who has cleared me and said this is reasonable for my body.

This is not to promote unhealthy weight or eating disorders. I am a healthy adult who eats generously, works out moderately, and likes to keep my body healthy. I recommend checking with your doctor to find a suitable weight for your height and frame.

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20 thoughts on “2019 Health & Fitness Bullet Journal Pages

  1. Haylie Soto

    i'm 4'10 and i weigh 76.5 pounds. and im only in 6th grade

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  2. Crystal Firefly

    I love the spreads! I am preparing my post delivery recovery journal now and this inspires me to get healthy and lose weight post baby. Shame to the lady who could not be happy for you wanting to be healthy. Sounds like a body positive “trigger.”

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  3. Mackarel

    I too am short, 5'1 (155cm) and I'm kind of overweight, weighing in a 62kg (136lbs) at the moment.. I had a phase of overeating and gained 10kg within a few months and I'm now trying to lose it.

    And it REALLY annoys me, when I tell people I'm trying to lose weight and they're like "whyy???", so I tell them how much I weigh and they're like "But I weigh 65kg, are you calling me fat???" Like, don't they understand thst there's a huge height difference… they're 175cm (5'9) tall, I'm 155cm (5'1) and we weigh the same. SMH everytime.

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  4. Kirston Tozer

    Hi i can't believe that people would comment on content, everyone is different we are all individuals and what's good for you may not be right for somebody else, your only showing people idea's for journaling your not saying you must do this or that. I don't understand why people can't see that really strange we are all responsible for our own lives only we can make decisions about how we do things. Sorry to hear that that people would criticise you, I think you channel is brilliant it's helped me to set up my first ever journal I have taken a lot of your layouts for my journal but put my own content into the layout, so thank you for all your help keep up the good work I'll be following you all the time now.

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  5. Haley Guilkey

    I am sorry you feel the need to explain so many times about your weight. I am watching your channel for the first time with this one. The thing that brought me here is I started bullet journaling and am looking for inspiration on fitness pages with my own goals in mind! Thank you for the wonderful ideas.

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  6. Maria Perez

    Thank you for being transparent!!! Don’t let those negative people get you down or stop you from being transparent. Keep being yourself and love your channel

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  7. Amy Willoughby

    That person must not know that when you are shorter, you have to weigh less to be at a healthy weight compared to someone really tall, or everyone who was 4' ft. would be extremely overweight and really tall people who are 6' ft would be really skinny, which both are an unhealthy weight for their height. My healthy weight is 150 lbs, and I am 5'4" my mom is 5' ft and her healthy weight is 120 lbs. People need to read the facts before saying mean things. Wishing you the best on your weight loss journey.

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  8. DeSabber

    Love the video. Very handy trackers! These go perfectly with my sports trackers!

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  9. Lovelyprincess 321

    I’m 4’9 and I can relate to everything you’re saying my weight has fluctuated from 85-130 basically because of the bs that people say I’m currently at 110 and going to the gym (where the comments begin) I no longer care about my weight I’m only looking to feel better and look better. Do you girl there will always be someone with something to say!

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  10. Anna Michelle

    I'm glad you shared about your health and fitness trackers. It is such a touchy subject, and I can understand your nervousness to put it out there. I'm tracking some exercise habits for the first time this month in my bullet journal. I'm working toward small monthly goals rather than bigger goals. Then I'll evaluate at the end of the month and decide on the next month's goals.

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  11. paranoiaprincess

    I think it was a little rude of that lady to say you were promoting an unhealthy lifestyle. At no point, have you even alluded to implying anyone should do what you're doing, nor have you shown that there is anything wrong with what you are doing. Ignore people who try to bring you down. You're helping people who want to make a chart. Nothing more, nothing less. This is YOUR life, not hers. You're not promoting anything even remotely unhealthy. It's ridiculous that that person would imply, let alone outright say you are doing anything unhealthy. You're simply tracking changes to your body.

    As someone who came out of the hospital a month ago (exactly, actually) with a diagnosis that I only caught before it killed me BECAUSE I was as in tune with my body as I am, I am really annoyed that this person tried to imply it was a bad thing to track your health in this way. I got a Bullet Journal for the purpose of doing EXACTLY that! Tracking health, weight, and exercise trends is not unhealthy. Obsessing over it is. Giving yourself goals to hit in a weightloss program you've previously run past your doctor is NOT unhealthy. Giving yourself arbitrary goals because you saw someone else do it, is. Rewarding yourself for hitting said goals is NOT unhealthy. Rewarding yourself just for losing weight, no matter how, nor how much, is.

    Understanding your body, your limits, and talking to your doctor about the best plan for your specific body and lifestyle, is the absolute best thing you can do, and you have done nothing but promote that.

    So don't let people make you feel like you have done anything wrong. You haven't. If anything, you've raised awareness about eating disorders, and possibly prevented some by reinforcing the importance of speaking with one's doctor about weightloss, body size, and over all nutritional health, before doing anything weightloss related. You are awesome.

    (Sorry for the rant, it just made me so mad that that person put you down like that. I know you said that they said what they said respectfully, before leaving, but it was wholly unnecessary for anything to have been said at all. It's so evident that this is your journey, no one else's. So it is ridiculous for anyone to think you're promoting anything, for anyone, other than yourself. That person was a bully.)

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  12. Julie Devlin

    I really like the video and information! And while it would be nice if we could all move through the world with a lot less judgement – THANK YOU all the same for providing your repeated disclaimers and reminders that you are not trying to guide anyone's determination for what is healthy for them, you have consulted with doctors and professionals to ensure your goals are healthy ones for yourself, and promoting a general awareness that good health is an important goal to work towards no matter how you choose to map the path!! Major props for being willing to put yourself out there all the same!! <3 I still love all your work and videos!

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  13. Feeser Family Follies and Fun

    I always love your lettering… I think it’s great that you are tracking and taking care of yourself for your body type… great job!

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  14. Athena G

    I dont see anything wrong with this video. You have set goals for yourself and if you hit a plateau the. You can switch things up or stay at that weight.
    We are so used to seeing people closer to 160-200+ so when someone has a goal for themselves because they are naturally smaller it looks drastic.
    I love the colors too, good luck on your goals.

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  15. Lucinda Lincoln

    You short girls seriously make me jealous. You guys can find clothes to fit…for the most part. All my pants are high waters lol. As far as weight my ideal weight is 190 at 5"11- I'm 6ft on a good day I'm currently sitting on 245 so I have a lot of work to do myself. Good luck on your goals

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  16. Melissa B

    Thank you for being so transparent and also sharing how petite you are – I thought I was 'short' at 5'3", and had no idea you are under 5'. Growing up, I was always ~10lbs heavier than my friends who were the same height, but wore the same size clothes. My point – weight does not define ANY woman.

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