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91 Ideas for Your Habit Tracker

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I love my habit tracker like nothing else. Habit tracking is one of the most helpful things you can do in a bullet journal.  You can use a habit tracker to keep you accountable to a goal you’re working on, figure out patterns of behaviors, or just make sure you do simple things like drink enough water and floss your teeth! (You’d think these things would be easy, but when life gets crazy…)

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How to Set Up a Habit Tracker

Your habit trackers can be incredibly simple – just simple check boxes that you fill out, or they can be something more decorative like color by number images or mandalas. The beautiful thing about bullet journals is they can be whatever you want them to be!

 

Habit trackers can be set up for whatever period of time you want as well.  Depending on what you want to track, you may want to have a few different habit tracker layouts in your bullet journal.

Weekly Habit Trackers and Beyond

Weekly habit trackers give you a good idea of how you’ve done in a weeks time which can be great for short term goals or getting a better look at how you’re doing day to day.

 

Monthly habit trackers give you a bigger overview of behavior and habits. They let you get a better look to see if you can figure out patterns – super helpful if you’re habit tracking in order to figure out a health issue or make sure you’re keeping up with something important.

 

Yearly habit trackers are perfect for things that aren’t frequent enough to watch on a weekly or monthly basis, things like oil changes for your car or bill payments.  

(Want a free habit tracker printable to get you started? Scroll to the bottom of the page!)

Habit Tracker Ideas:

  • Drinking Water
  • Flossing
  • Cleaning
    • Kitchen
    • Bathroom
    • Car
    • Craft Room
    • Office
    • Fridge
    • Microwave
    • Windows
    • Deck
  • Exercise
  • Posting to Social Media
  • Eating Veggies
  • No Sugar
  • Meditating
  • Praying
  • Walking the Dog
  • Steps
  • Cooking
  • Pop/Soda
  • Smoking
  • Alcohol
  • Skincare Routine
  • Watering the Garden
  • Weeding the Garden
  • Mowing the Lawn
  • Journaling
  • Drawing
  • 8 Hours of Sleep
  • Laundry
  • Studying
  • Checking Email
  • Ironing Clothes
  • Training (for a marathon or other event)
  • Practicing a Hobby
  • Learning a Language
  • Caffeine
  • Bill Paying
  • Attending Meetings
  • Quality Time with Friends & Family
  • Hair Treatment
  • Reading
  • Morning Routine
  • Bed By
  • Awake By
  • Taking Medicine
  • Reducing Bad Habits
  • Periods
  • Gratitude
  • Time Outdoors
  • Reducing Electric Bill
  • Reducing Trash
  • Grocery Shopping
  • Errands
  • Playing Games
  • Taking Pet to the Groomers
  • Giving Pets Medicine
  • Visiting Family
  • Homework
  • Affirmations
  • Calling Parents/Kids
  • Manicure/Pedicure
  • No Spend
  • Yoga
  • Snacking
  • Contacts
  • Vitamins
  • Supplements
  • Coffee Run
  • Vacuuming
  • Dusting
  • Mopping
  • Organized Paperwork
  • Created Copies of Files on Phone and Computer
  • Washed Hair
  • Learned Something New
  • Oil Change
  • Tires Rotated
  • Changing Sheets
  • Regular Dr/Dentist Appointments
  • Organizing Bills
  • Writing
  • Dreaming
  • Creative
  • Weighing Yourself
  • Meal Planning
  • Meal Prepping
  • No Meat Mondays
  • Mood
  • Dish Free Sink
  • Paint
  • Whole 30
  • No TV
  • No Electronics
  • Crafting
  • Swim
  • Makeup
  • Completed To Do List

Wish you had even more things to keep track of? Try this list of bullet journal collections.

 

 

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