Perhaps it would serve a better purpose as a journal itself. A diary.
Start today, and write a page everyday. Get in the practice of doing it. Make a list of what you accomplished, and set some tangible goals for the day. I suggest it be highly personal, never to be read by anyone but you (this includes your wifey). You should enjoy the freedom to write whatever, and the privilege of going back in a decade and reading it, knowing only your future self will see it.
In your case, don't confuse the Trial Binder, which would have copies of anything and everything, with the best practice of keeping a journal as a source of data-points to some future need. If you are watching your diet, you'd write about what you ate. If you are watching your parenting, you'd write about that. If you are watching your kids, you'd love to write about what they did. If you are watching your diet, parenting and kids . . . Well, you've got a lot to write about.
I am of the school that you collect data-points in your journal to use for graphical representation to third-parties in the future - and your own measure of success.
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