Habit trackers are some of the most impactful Bullet Journal page ideas.
A habit tracker is a great tool for personal improvement, increase in productivity, and goal achieving. Moreover, keeping a habit tracker can help you know more about yourself and your lifestyle.
What I found difficult is to choose what to track! So here is my comprehensive list of 193+ Bullet Journal habit tracker ideas.
Bullet Journal habit trackers are probably some of the most important pages to help you improve your life.
Habit trackers can help you to learn more about yourself and your habits, and – later on – to develop better habits and a more productive and healthy lifestyle (depending of course on your reasons to use one).
It’s also a great tool to keep you motivated and on track to creating a better life for yourself.
The beauty of a habit tracker is that you can track anything with it. I’d advise you to try out several different things, to see what works for you the best.
But always remember, you’re doing it to have a more productive and happier life, so once you feel like filling out trackers becomes a chore – it’s time to cut down on what you track!
And be sure to scroll until the end, because I have some free printable habit trackers that will help you to get started right away.
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What is a Bullet Journal Habit Tracker
Ok, let’s start simple – what is a habit tracker?
That’s simple – a habit tracker is a tool you create in your Bullet Journal that helps you to monitor your good (and bad) daily habits and actions.
But of course, you don’t actually need a Bullet Journal to start tracking your habits; you can simply use a piece of paper and a pen, or even your phone (even we here at Masha Plans are all for a pen and paper approach).
The essential elements of a habit tracker are the habits you want to track and how long you want to track them. As long as these elements are there, you’ll be able to make huge changes to your habits and therefore your whole life.
Benefits Of Using A Habit Tracker
Your habit tracker is there to provide you with information on the little things you do every day. And the next step is up to you – to figure out how to use this information to improve your life.
Is there an annoying little habit-changing that can have a huge impact on you later? Is there something you can be more consistent with so eventually, it can grow into a huge change in your lifestyle?
If you’re having mental health struggles, a habit tracker can be a useful tool for your therapy sessions, since again – little changes in your habits can lead you to better mental health.
Moreover, if you create a habit tracker that is relevant to your life and goals, it can help keep you accountable, and motivated, and push you toward achieving your goals.
If you want to learn more about habit trackers, be sure to check my post Your Ultimate Guide To Habit Trackers, where we talk more about different types of habit trackers and different ways habit tracking can help you.
And for more benefits, check my post 7 Remarkable Benefits Of Using A Habit Tracker.
How To Set Up A Bullet Journal Habit Tracker
Setting up a habit tracker is pretty easy. Just create a column for each day and a row for each habit you want to track.
Once you complete the habit, just mark an X or just color the square that coincides with the habit and the date on which you completed it.
If you want to create some cute circle trackers, you definitely will need a Helix Circle Ruler. Or if you want you can invest in my favorite set of stencils, which includes a stencil for the usual table tracker, as well as one for circle trackers (or a circle monthly log).
Here are a few ways you can set up your habit tracker and the variations are limitless.
But here are a few main concepts:
- Mini Daily Habit Trackers
Mini habit trackers are a fun way to track your habits weekly.
They are simple to set up, and you can create them in a super cute way to match your monthly theme.
- Calendar Habit Trackers
My favorite way to set up a habit tracker is by creating little calendars for each habit.
I love how clean it looks and how easy it is to see how you’re doing on each habit.
- Horizontal Habit Tracker
This is probably the most popular format, or at least the one everybody starts from. It’s really convenient when you have a lot of things to track.
You can create it on one spread, so you’ll need to turn your journal every time you fill out your tracker. Or you can create one huge habit tracker on two pages.
- Vertical Monthly Habit Tracker
Another great format if you want to track quite a lot of habits but want to see how you do every day on each habit. That way you can estimate your day-by-day, not habit-by-habit.
It’s very convenient to have all the habits together like that, you can see more interesting patterns that way, or at least they are easier to spot.
- Circle Tracker
These are so so cute! Ever since I started Bullet Journaling I’ve been in love with circle tracker and dying to try it. They also look pretty neat even if you’re tracking several habits at the same time.
To help you with that you can always use a helpful stencil or a ruler, or just get some printables.
- Doodly Tracker
This type of habit tracker is super fun, but it does take extra effort because it implies that you need to repeat a doodle as many times as there are days in the month.
The idea is that you draw a doodle and assign a habit to each part of it.
Once you complete the habit during the day, just color that part of the doodle.
These are some of the ideas on how to set up your habit tracker, but there is also a different option – to use a printable.
This might help you experiment more with that kind of habit tracker format that fits you better. Plus that can help you start tracking your habits sooner, which is always a good thing.
We have several printable habit trackers in the Resources Vault, so that’s always a good place to start.
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193+ Bullet Journal Habit Tracker Ideas
I gathered here 193+ habits to track in your Bullet Journal that will help you improve every area of your life.
You don’t need to try them all at once, but I think if you look at the list you might see something that will help you find a perfect habit to track in your journal for maximum impact in your life.
Personal Habit Tracker Ideas
Personal habits are the things you do in your everyday life.
These trackers are very useful to evaluate your daily routine and check which habits you should implement in your lifestyle to improve it.
- Early bird
- Didn’t hit the snooze button
- Slept 8 hours
- Mood Tracker
- Bed before 10
- Had Breakfast
- Had a morning glass of cold water
- Walked the dog
- Morning pages
- Used planner / Bullet Journal
- No TV
- No Spending
- No electronics an hour before bed
- Phone backup
Beauty Habit Tracker Ideas
As a girl (if you’re one), I know you must have plenty of beauty routines and procedures. I do too! And it’s a bit of a struggle for me to remember them all, truly.
Here are some ideas of beauty habits you can track.
- Morning face care routine
- Evening face care routine
- Used makeup
- Hair mask
- Body scrub
- Face scrub
- Mud face mask
- Moisturizing mask
- Face pilling
- Eyelashes growth oil
- Hair vitamins
- Coconut oil hair mask
- Nail strengthening oil
Never forget how important self-care is! It’s pretty easy to get sucked into a routine, and all the responsibilities and self-care might feel selfish, but it’s not.
Self-care is essential for your well-being and the well-being of the people you care about. Feel free to jump to my post on 5 Ways To Make Yourself a Priority and Why You Should if you’re not convinced.
Health-Related Habits Tracker Ideas
Healthy habits are something I’ve been struggling with for a while. I always feel like I want to do a lot of things, but I never do any.
This habit tracker has helped me to see that I actually do more than I think, and to work on establishing the healthy lifestyle I want to have. Here are some ideas, and I’m sure you’ll want to add some of these to your habit tracker.
- No junk food
- Eating out
- Had that many fruits
- Had that many vegetables
- Water consumption
- Took medications
- Took vitamins
- Walked 10 000 steps
- Walked the stairs
- Got X hours of sleep
- Had no alcohol
- Took the stairs
- No soda
- No snacking
- Period tracker
- Ate no more than that many calories
- Morning stretches
- Healthy snacks
- No smoking
- No coffee
- No sugar
If you’re interested in more health and fitness-related pages check my post 51+ Health and Fitness Bullet Journal Page Ideas.
Personal Development Bullet Journal Tracker Ideas
A lot of people use habit trackers for personal development. For me personal development isn’t only about having good habits for yourself, but also about giving joy to others, so I included some of these things in my list below.
Here is the list of things you can track to make your life calmer, more organized, and more productive.
- Miracle morning
- Did something that brought me joy
- Plan for the day
- Practice a skill
- Listen to a podcast
- Filled gratitude log
- Try something new
- Went to therapy
- Completed daily goals
- Work on a hobby
- Smile to yourself in the mirror
- Random act of kindness
- Wrote down day review
- Watched an educational YouTube video
- Practiced coping skills
- No screen before bed
Habit Tracker For Budgeting
Money management is always a useful skill, and a habit tracker can really help you to achieve two things.
First – to see how you’re spending your money, and second – to see how much you’re saving up. Tracking these things helps to understand the patterns and change them for better saving habits.
See below the list of things you could track for your financial stability.
- No money spent
- Spent under 10 USD
- Grocery shopping
- Positive money affirmations
- Pay bills
- Unexpected expenses
- Worked on a side hustle
- Daily spent amount
- Transferred money to the savings account
- Savings tracker
- Daily Expenses
- Didn’t buy coffee out
Cleaning Tracker Ideas
Even if you live alone in a small place, there’s still a ridiculous amount of cleaning you have to do to maintain it all in order.
To keep you on track try using these ideas in your habit tracker.
- Bathroom cleaning
- Kitchen cleaning
- Did the dishes
- Change towels
- Change the sheets
- Washed couch covers
- Washed the floors
- Watered plants
- Take out trash
- Mowed the lawn
- Cleaned the counter
- Put away the clothes
- Pantry Inventory
- Cleaned kitchen sink
- Unloaded dishwasher
If you want to learn more about cleaning trackers and how to organize your home, check out my post Bullet Journal Ideas To Tackle Spring Cleaning.
Relationship Tracker Ideas
Here I mean all relationships you have. We have so many people we love, and yes in this fast-moving rhythm of life, sometimes we forget, and sometimes just one message or a short phone call can mean so much! Here are some ideas to track for a better connection with people you love.
- Call a family member or a friend
- Message your friend
- Hang out with friends
- Family dinner
- No cell phone while meeting others
- Compliment your significant other
- Date night
- Replied all texts
- Volunteer work
- Told a friend how much he/she means to you
- Treat your friend to a cup of coffee
- Have family/friends over for dinner
- Planned a social activity
Social Media Tracker
Let’s be honest here – we all spend time on social media, and most likely way too much time.
Social media trackers can help you see how much you spend your time on these networks, so you could create better habits dealing with them. Here are some ideas.
- Posted on social media
- Used social media no more than 1 hour a day
- Spent no more than 15 min on social media at once
- No social media during working hours
- Replied all messages
- Left a nice comment on my friend’s post
- Just scrolled the feed purposelessly
- Found interesting and useful information
- Followers count
- No scrolling first thing in the morning
Tracing working activities is an easy way to have a more productive day.
Create a special work tracker, or maybe have a habit tracker in your work notebook. So many things you can track!
- At work on time
- Responded to all work emails
- Worked on the main project
- Brought my own lunch
- Had a meeting
- Finished a project
- Finished today’s work to do list
- Presented at a meeting
- Cleaned working space
- Reviewed weekly goals
- Work with no distraction
- Clocked out on time
Study Bullet Journal Tracker Ideas
For those who don’t work, but study – a habit tracker, can be a great help to keep you focused and motivated!
Here are some things you can put in your tracker to ensure your studies progress well.
- Attended all classes
- Did the homework
- Studies for the test
- Read the textbook
- Worked on the assignment
- Extracurricular activities
- Got a good grade
- Had a quiz
- Met with a tutor
- Reviewed lesson notes
If you’re a blogger like me (or like I try to become), tracking your progress and all the tasks is very important.
Being a blogger is hard work, and you may want to ensure you do it all and do it on time.
- Wrote a post
- Prepared images
- Posted new article
- Replies to all the comments
- Shared on social media
- Pinned the new post
- Replied to followers’ emails
- Guest posted
- Backed up the blog
- Replied to comments on social media
- Ran a giveaway
- Participated in a blogging group
Pet Tracker ideas
Having a pet is a big responsibility; there are so many things you have to track.
A habit tracker for your pet is a perfect tool to make sure your pet will stay happy and healthy.
- Feed the pet
- Have water in a bowl
- Clean the cage
- Clean the toilet
- Potty training
- No accidents day
- Trained the pet
- Exercised the pet
- Walk outside
- Socialize the pet
- Visit to vet
- Trimmed the nails
- Gave extra supplements
- No chewing day
- Mental exercise
Kids Tracker Ides
If you have kids, tracking their activities will also be very useful.
Check some of the ideas below.
- Took bath
- Brushed teeth
- In bed on time
- Homework is done
- Potty training
- No discipline
- Height and weight
- Read a book before sleep
- Did the chores
- Packed lunch for school
How Many Habits Should You Track
This is a big question, and I want you to really think about it.
Habit tracking must never feel like a chore because then you lose all the effects.
Trying to track ALL the habits at once will just overwhelm you and eventually will lead to you leaving the whole idea of habit tracking.
To stay concentrated on your habits, I’d recommend starting from 2-6. once these are established, you can add more as you go. Just be sure you start very simply.
It can even be a fun and motivating idea to add “filled out a habit tracker” as one of your habits.
Ultimately, there are no right or wrong amount of habits to track; it’s up to you to figure out what works best. Just be sure not to overwhelm yourself.
Habit Tracker Bullet journal Inspirations
Finally, I gathered a lot of habit tracker layouts for most of the categories I mentioned above.
There are lots of different and creative ways to set up your habit tracker, so I wanted to collect a lot of inspiration for you here.
Starting something new is always difficult, so a cool idea would be to make your habit tracker a bit more fun and creative so you’d want to look at it every day.
Here is a sleep tracker that helps you track how many hours you slept during the night and when you went to bed.
I found that the time I go to bed usually influences a lot of how well I sleep, so I thought this will be a great thing to add to your sleep tracker.
If you want to learn more about sleep trackers, check out my post 21 Adorable Bullet Journal Sleep Trackers For Better Sleep Habits.
A mood tracker is a must-have spread for me pretty much every month. I started using it when the pandemic hit to help me stay sane, and it helped so much that I kept using it.
If you never used a mood tracker, be sure to check my post 35+ Creative Mood Trackers and How To Use One In Your Bullet Journal.
A beautiful way to track all the things for a healthy lifestyle. I really love the aesthetics of the page and the beautiful abstract style of decoration.
This is kind of something similar to what I was trying to do in my January 2021 Bullet Journal setup, only I went with an even simpler style, and more cold colors since my setup was for winter.
Can we just take a moment and appreciate how creative this mood tracker is?
It’s perfect for fall because that’s the season when so many tree colors are possible. Genius!
Speaking of Fall, if you’re looking for a theme to create a setup this Autumn, be sure to check my post 35+ Enchanting Fall Bullet Journal Theme and Page Ideas.
I love this cute Disney-themed mood tracker. Honestly, I’m interested in how she filled it out.
I think probably the best option here would be to use different colors; that would work great since all dwarfs were dressed in different colors if I remember correctly.
Check my post Wonderous Disney Themed Bullet Journal Inspirations, with more tips on bringing your favorite classics to your Bullet Journal pages.
Another sleep tracker, and this one is right next to a productivity tracker.
I think this is such an awesome idea because let’s be honest – sleep has an incredible influence on our productivity levels.
Skincare is important at any age, but let’s be honest – life can be busy, and you can easily start skipping some steps of your routine.
This is no good though; you and your beautiful face deserve better!
So create a little tracker like this with your routine and follow through with it daily. A habit tracker can help!
This is a great example of tracking your self-care routine; this one, in particular, is concentrated on body care.
I need it because things like body scrub are the first for me to forget to do!
I also find that it’s cool that the creator added the measurements to this tracker as well. If you’re trying to be in your best shape – this is a great way to check how you’re doing.
At the first glance, this tracker doesn’t seem like anything special, but if you look closer, you’ll see.
It’s so creative how all the trackers are also divided by different categories – how heavy the makeup was, what time of an outfit was worn.
Establishing a new habit of working out can be pretty hard, but you can do it!
And a little workout tracker can help you stay motivated as you see the boxes filling out each day.
For me, this one looks like a great tracker for a health challenge, like 31 days of a plank or something like that, when you need to do something every day.
Seeing your progress when you’re on a weight loss journey is so important and motivating, so I recommend you try this one.
I also added here the before measurements so that once you lost all the weight you wanted, you could see how far you’ve come.
Notice that there are no dates on this tracker; this is because I think weighing yourself each day is not very useful and can be even more damaging if you see one day the numbers go up. So instead, maybe try to do it once a week; it will serve you much better.
An amazing weight loss tracker by Jess.
I love that she added it together with tons of things she will be doing for weight loss, like healthy meal ideas and monthly health challenges.
That way, you always stay on track and concentrated because you know what’s your goal and how exactly you’ll be getting to it.
You can always just add your health-related habits to your usual habit tracker and have such a cluster for all your habits.
Just be careful with this – tracking too many habits can become a chore and overwhelming.
This is my little book tracker. Here I will be writing the books I read until I name all the books. Yeah, I know there aren’t that many here, but I’m starting up on my reading with small steps.
These kinds of trackers are great as yearly pages when let’s say you put yourself a goal to read a certain amount of books, and you fill it up as you go during the year. It feels pretty satisfying to have all the books named once the year is over.
Another meditation tracker, and I love how this one is divided by how much time you actually meditated.
I must say it’s amazing to see that one day the author meditated for 30 minutes! I just started picking up the habit of meditation again, and so far, 15 minutes is pretty much my limit.
I’ve been totally obsessed with listening to podcasts. They can be anything – good education, good entertainment.
Whatever you need, you can find it in the podcast form.
So it can be a fun idea to have a podcast tracker. You can either track which episodes you’ve already listened to or maybe just see how many times a month (or a week) you listen to them.
What’s the hardest thing to do for you when it comes to finances? For me, it’s definitely saving money!
But with the help of a little tracker, I managed to save up quite a bit.
It’s all about saving a little bit but being consistent about your savings, and a savings tracker is a great tool to keep it up.
Another cool savings tracker for managing your finances.
It can be fun to draw little coins with the amount of money you added to your savings each time you do, so you can see it fill out, just like when you were a kid.
Note that there is no exact date here to fill out the jar. This habit tracker concentrates more on gathering a certain amount rather than saving it by a certain date. This is kind of just building your savings account kind of tracker.
I really love this tracker because there is just so much here to keep you motivated. Not only a savings tracker but also a no spend the day and, most importantly – the reason for savings.
I always find when you have an exact reason why you do something, it really helps to stay motivated and keep up.
A yearly cleaning tracker I created to keep all the cleaning organized.
I like this tracker and how it helps me to remember to do some cleaning tasks I usually forget about.
Another great cleaning tracker and this one divides the house by areas. This is a great way to organize your big cleaning projects, like, let’s say, a spring cleaning.
I also really like the bright colors she used for this page; it kind of makes the cleaning look a bit more fun.
Classy black and white tracker.
I really love the contrast of black and white, and with how clean and neat it looks – it seems like the perfect match for this type of tracker.
This was probably my most popular social media tracker.
I thought since I was tracking my Instagram growth, it made sense to use cameras for tracking, and since Pastel Set of Tombow Dual Brush Pens was my favorite at the time, I went with these colors.
This was a little tracker for another account I had one day. It was very new, so I counted it in much more detail.
With my love for hot beverages like coffee and tea, creating a tracker with cute little cups was just a matter of time.
I love this tracker and the awesome galaxy vibe! It also kind of makes me think of old games like Pacman?
The lettering of the header is also such a perfection! I love the black outline and white lines n the letter – there are some of my favorite ways to add interest to my lettering as well.
This tracker is so cute! My guess is that the general idea is that, using the colors in the key, she will be writing the numbers for each thing she tracks next to the date.
With her cute drawings and wonderful handwriting, I’m sure this tracker ended up looking great!
Sleep trackers and work trackers often go together, and it’s a great idea, I think.
Sleep and work really influence each other a lot, so it can help you a lot to understand the connections. And work tracker is a great way to keep yourself organized, especially if you work from home.
An awesome tracker that makes sure you’re covering all the important work tasks.
You have different things you do for your work when you have a corporate job, but if you work for yourself, it’s even more! You are your CEO, marketing specialist, designer, and sales team. An entire company is just one person.
With so much to do, it’s easy to get lost in tasks and forget about some areas. So a tracker like this is very important,
Such a cute ultimate tracker of ALL things.
I love this idea of seeing everything at once, and that way, you will surely never forget to fill out any of your trackers.
I also like the way this page is decorated with kraft paper and those cute kitty paws.
A cute work tracker that you can use on your weekly pages.
Always remember that you don’t have to use a monthly tracker – if tracking things week by week works better for you – just go for it.
Studying piano is hard, I actually played piano for four years when I was in school.
Dropping it was one of the silliest things I could’ve done.
The important thing when you study piano is to remember to practice, and this tracker doesn’t only allow you to see which days you practiced but also what exactly did you play – love it!
Such a cute tracker, and the colors and leaf pattern in the frame make it perfect for a Fall Bullet Journal Theme.
I actually started using a similar tracker in my French study journal, and it helps a lot to be sure I keep up with my homework.
I love how beautiful this tracker looks and, of course, how extremely useful it is.
There is a lot of information here, from which days and what kind of homework you did to how long you started and how productive you’ve been.
And yet it doesn’t look convoluted at all.
Can we just take a moment and admire how adorable this tracker is with the cute illustrations?
Having a pet is always a responsibility, so it’s helpful to track things like these to make sure your little friend gets all he or she needs.
How cute is this tracker?! I really love that she included the photos of her little pup.
I must say I also absolutely love how neat and straight all the trackers look. I can never get such perfection in my journal, even with a ruler.
One more super cute tracker rocking some Happy Planner stickers. Even if you don’t use a Happy Planner, their stickers are amazing!
I use them all the time in my memory-keeping pages.
I also really like that she added the birthday to the page; such a sweet thing to remember.
Final tracker with two pets to track.
I rarely see people having snakes, but I must admit – snakes are so beautiful and they do have some magic in them; they just completely enchant you.
If having a pen is a lot of responsibility, I can’t even imagine what it’s like to have a baby. You have to do so many things to make sure your little one is all good. So trackers are definitely a great help.
Like this little one tracking the feeding and sleep of the baby – are two of the most important things for the little one to grow.
One more take on the baby tracker. I like that you also have an area for notes where you can add some of your observations or even milestones.
The habit tracker is there to help you have a better life and to make you more productive.
So when you feel like it’s a chore and doesn’t help you anymore, it’s crucial to look through it and cut out the parts that aren’t working for you.
If you’re looking for more ideas, you can check my post 100 Habits To Track In Your Bullet Journal.
What do you put in your habit trackers? How does this work out for you? Share your experiences in the comments.
Free Printable Bullet Journal Habit Trackers
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