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 155+ things to put in your habit tracker

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Things To Track In Your Habit Tracker

First, if you haven’t seen it yet, check out my post on All You Need To Know About Habit Trackers, where I talk about what is a habit tracker, why you should use one and how to set up your own.

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!

Don’t know where to start? Worry not, here is my extensive list of things to put in your habit tracker. The ideas are divided by categories for your convenience.

Personal Habit Tracker

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
  • Pray
  • No TV
  • No Spending
  • No electronics an hour before bed
  • Floss
  • Phone backup

Beauty Habit Tracker

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.

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  • Morning face care routine
  • Evening face care routine
  • Used makeup
  • Sunscreen
  • Hair mask
  • Body scrub
  • Face scrub
  • Mud face mask
  • Moisturizing mask
  • Face pilling
  • Manicure
  • Pedicure
  • Eyelashes growth oil
  • Hair vitamins
  • Coconut oil hair mask
  • Nail strengthening oil
  • Foot bath

Never forget how important self-care is! It’s pretty easy to get sucked in 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 well being of 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.

Healthy Habits Tracker

Healthy habits are something I’ve been struggling 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.

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  • Workout
  • Yoga
  • 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
  • Had alcohol
  • No soda
  • No snacking
  • Period tracker
  • Ate no more than that many calories
  • Morning stretches
  • No smoking
  • No coffee
  • No sugar

Personal Development Tracker

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 the 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 productive.

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  • Meditation
  • Affirmations
  • Miracle morning
  • Plan for the day
  • Reading
  • Practice a skill
  • Listen to a podcast
  • Filled gratitude log
  • Try something new
  • Completed daily goals
  • Work on a hobby
  • Smile to yourself in the mirror
  • Random act of kindness
  • Journaling
  • Wrote down day review
  • Watched educational YouTube video

Habit Tracker for Budgeting

Money management is always a useful skill, and 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. Being able to track 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.

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  • No money spent
  • Spent under 10 USD
  • Grocery shopping
  • Pay bills
  • Unexpected expenses
  • Daily spent amount
  • Transferred money to the savings account
  • Savings tracker
  • Payday
  • Daily Expenses

Cleaning Tracker

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.

  • Vacuumed
  • Dusting
  • Laundry
  • 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

Relationship Tracker

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 cellphone while meeting others
  • Compliment your significant other
  • Date night
  • Intimacy
  • 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

Social Media Tracker

Let’s be honest here – we all spend time on social media, and most likely way too much time. Social media tracker 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.

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  • 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 to my friend’s post
  • Just scrolled feed purposelessly
  • Found interesting and useful information
  • Followers count

Work Tracker

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

Study Tracker

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 make sure 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

Blogging Tracker

If you’re a blogger like me (or like I try to become), it’s very important to track your progress and all the tasks. Being a blogger is hard work, and you may want to make sure 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
  • Affiliates

Pet Tracker

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

Kids Tracker

If you have kids, tracking their activities will be also very useful. Check some of the ideas below.

  • Took bath
  • Brushed teeth
  • In bed on time
  • Homework is done
  • Potty training
  • Breastfeeding
  • No discipline
  • Height and weight
  • Playdate
  • Read a book before sleep
  • Did the chores
  • Packed lunch for school
  • Vaccinations 

These are some ideas you could use in your habit tracker. Try out as many as you want and see what works best for you. For that, make sure that before starting a new tracker, you go back to your previous one and check what worked, what didn’t and how you can do it better this time.

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.

What do you put in your habit trackers? How does this work out for you? Share your experiences in the comments.

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