Keeping all your journals and charts in one place will make it easier for you to see how you're doing. For some, it might be easier to use a wall calendar to record how many steps you took on a given day. If you're so inclined, enter the info into a spreadsheet at each month's end and graph your progress over time. It may help to track your number of steps for one month when you begin the exercise program, or for a random week every three months to see if you're still on track, and then make any necessary adjustments to get you at a healthy activity level.
Find out more about this book:Bipolar 101: A Practical Guide to Identifying Triggers, Managing Medications, Coping with Symptoms, and More