This is basically just a strip version of my household budget spreadsheet where it is only can be used to track and record your expenses without budget consideration. It consist of three worksheets, category worksheet, daily income and expenses worksheet and monthly expenses worksheet.
You can start to customize your spreadsheet by going to category worksheet and define your categories. Define your group category first, followed by subcategory and category. You can simplify the written category if you fill those categories are too detail, or you can customize based on your criteria. You don’t have to create all the categories in the beginning, since probably you can’t remember all. You can customize again while you recording your expenses and find there is no suitable category for that expenses.
Completing my calendar templates that are created with monthly and yearly layouts, this weekly calendar is a calendar with weekly layout. And different than monthly calendar that only can have maximum 3 events to be displayed automatically based on event list, this weekly calendar can display until maximum 20 events. So, you can type your events in event list column and see them in your calendar based on your setup.
There are two worksheets in this template, the first one is the Event and holidays worksheet where you can put your events and customize your holidays. On the event list, just type your event time and description and you don’t have to sort the event based on your dates. Because the formula in other worksheet will find all the corresponding dates in the list to be displayed.
Following my previous post and excel tool to calculate BMR, this is a calorie intake calculator that will calculate how many calories you need when you do several activities, from light activities until heavy activities. For example, if you are an athlete, you will need more calorie to keep you in good shape condition.
You can use this calculation as your side reference, although the numbers used in calculation are came from statistic measurement. There is also a BMR calculation in the spreadsheet as your minimum daily calorie need reference.