100 Habits To Track In Your Bullet Journal

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A habit tracker is one of my favorite Bullet Journal page ideas, and it can be a very powerful tool to help you build a better life. But with limitless opportunities comes the issue of which habits you should track.

In this post, you’ll find 100 ideas for habits to track. That way, you can find the ones that work best for you and make lasting changes.

With a habit tracker, you’ll see your progress in real-time and set goals tailored specifically for you. Plus, by tracking your habits, you’ll be less likely to break them.

Change can be hard, but we can definitely make it easier with these ideas and with the use of Bullet Journal.

Be sure to scroll until the end to see where you can learn more and, of course, get your freebies.

What Is A Habit Tracker & Why You Need One

A habit tracker is a great way to stay organized and stay on top of your goals.

It’s like a scoreboard that you can use to track your progress as you work towards completing certain activities each day.

These days, it’s easy to let important tasks slip through the cracks – but not if you have a habit tracker. By tracking your important tasks and habits in one place and reminding yourself to stay on top of them, you can easily become more organized and focused.

And the best part is that you can customize it to track whatever habits you want, whether it’s drinking more water, exercising more often, finishing a project at work, or taking time for yourself each day.

A habit tracker provides the perfect incentive for self-improvement by adding an element of gratification from keeping up with habits and staying on streaks.

So let’s dive in and see what kind of habits you can add to your habit tracker.

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100 Habits To Track

For your convenience, I also divided these into different categories.

With so many ideas, I think it’s easier when you see what precisely each habit can help you with.

Physical Health

Starting with a few ideas on how you can improve your physical health with a habit tracker:

1. 10,000 steps a day
2. 8 glasses of water a day
3. floss
4. skincare routine
5. healthy snacks
6. no alcohol
7. stretching
8. cold shower
9. no junk food
10. cooked instead of takeout
11. no coffee
12. took vitamins
13. sleep before midnight
14. meal prep
15. healthy breakfast

If you want to dive into it deeper, you can check my post with Health And Fitness Bullet Journal Page Ideas.

Mental Health

Mental health is just as important as physical, so here are a few ideas of habits to track to help you with that.

16. journaling
17. meditation
18. gratitude log
19. play with your pet
20. affirmations
21. smiled to yourself in the mirror
22. showed me self-compassion
23. mindful breathing

Check my post Bullet Journal Page Ideas For Mental Health for some more inspiration.

Pet Care Habits

If you have a pet, you definitely have certain things you have to do every day for them. Wouldn’t it be more fun to turn them into habits?

Of course, these will vary depending on what kind of pen you have, but here are a few ideas to get your imagination going.

24. feed twice a day (or whatever your feeding schedule is)
25. fresh water in the bowl
26. prepare enrichment toys
27. daily walk
28. training time
29. cleaned the litter
30. no accidents day
31. bonding time

Personal Development | Self-Care Habits

These are hard to categorize, but it’s basically some simple things to take care of yourself and push yourself to do better every day.

32. my miracle morning
33. body scrub
34. cuticle oil
35. spend 10 minutes outside
36. practice a new skill
37. 10 minutes reading
38. no screen before bed
39. did something that brought you joy
40. wrote a to-do list
41. 5 minutes of duolingo
42. set daily priorities
43. gua-sha or face roller

More page ideas can be found in my post on Self Care Bullet Journal Ideas.

Social Habits

In this world where we spend so much time at home and by ourselves, it’s easy to hide in your cacoon and disconnect from society altogether.

But this is never a good idea, and sometimes you might need a habit tracker to remind yourself to snap out of it.

44. call parents
45. coffee date with friends
46. check up on your grandparents
47. text a friend how much you love and appreciate them
48. plan a family reunion dinner
49. replied to all the texts
50. date night
51. tell your partner you love them

Financial Habits To Track

I don’t know about you, but for me, finances were always something hard to manage. A small habit tracker can really make a huge difference.

Here are a few ideas:

52. no spend days
53. put some money in a savings account
54. worked on a side hustle
55. didn’t buy coffee out
56. positive money affirmations

Get more ideas in my post Bullet Journal Page Ideas To Manage Your Finances.

Work Habit Ideas

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by all the work and burned out. But it’s easier if you try to divide your tasks into small habits and do them one at a time.

57. at work on time
58. concentrated work
59. replied to all emails
60. connect with coworker
61. tidy workplace
62. finished daily to-do list
63. clock out on time
64. lunch with coworker

You can check my post Bullet Journal Page Ideas For Work for some more ideas.

Home | Cleaning Habits

Managing a household and keeping your home clean is no easy task, but using a habit tracker for those tasks can be helpful.

65. set up the coffee maker for tomorrow
66. wash dishes before going to sleep
67. quick bathroom clean
68. make the bed
69. did laundry
70. took out the trash
71. tidied the living space
72. sorted mail
73. offloaded dishwasher
74. cleaned your purse
75. water plants
76. wiped down counters

You can get some more inspiration in my post on Spring Cleaning Bullet Journal Page Ideas.

Habits To Quit

You don’t have to track only new habits you want to establish. You can just as well track things you’re trying to quit.

77. no sugar days
78. not late to work
79. woke up on time
80. no snoozing alarm
81. no screen an hour before bed
82. no negative self-talk
83. no binge eating

Entertainment Habits

Habits don’t have to be about productive things only; you can easily create a tracker for fun things you like doing.

84. listened to podcasts
85. watched an episode of my favorite show
86. spend time on a new hobby
87. practices brush lettering
88. did a thing on my bucket list
89. watched a movie
90. organized craft room
91. researched a new craft project
92. found new music I love
93. decluttered one area

For some fun examples, you can check my post with Movie And TV Tracker Ideas.

Technology | Social Media Habits

Technology and social media are very big parts of our lives these days, so here are a few habit ideas in that area.

94. phone on “do not disturb” during work
95. only one hour of TV
96. social media free day
97. no scrolling first thing in the morning
98. not compare yourself to others on social media
99. found something inspirational on social media
100. no mindless scrolling

More About Habit Trackers

If you want to learn more about habit trackers, how to use them and how they can change your life, be sure to check the posts below.

Habit trackers really can change your life, so be sure to look into it more and use your Bullet Journal to the full extent with them.

Free Printable Habit Trackers

Finally, it’s time to give you your freebies.

Already in the Resources Vault are several printable habit trackers and 100+ other free Bullet Journal pages.

Free Printable Habit Trackers | Masha Plans

If you don’t have access yet, you can always sign up in the form below.

Once you confirm your subscription, you’ll get the password to get 50+ free Bullet Journal printables, stickers, and worksheets to use right away.

If you have never used printables in your journal, be sure to check my post on How To Use Bullet Journal Printables.

It’s really pretty easy; all you need is a printer, some high-quality paper, and a paper cutter.

What kind of trackers do you use in your journal? Share with us in the comments.

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