Runner's World (UK) - - Middle Managers -

‘For most peo­ple keep­ing a food and mood diary makes such a dif­fer­ence,’ says Bond. ‘Any­thing that passes your lips should be recorded. It makes you much more in tune with what, how much and why you’re eat­ing.’

‘ Don’t just use it for food,’ says per­sonal trainer Stu­art Amory. ‘ Record ev­ery­thing: weight, mea­sure­ments, run­ning stats, mood – that way even if you’re hav­ing a bad week you can still see that you’re pro­gress­ing. It’s a great way of look­ing back and see­ing how far you’ve come and a great mo­ti­va­tional tool that will not only keep you fo­cused but will also show you that your ded­i­ca­tion is pay­ing off.’

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