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Bullet Journal Yearly Tracker Ideas

Today it is all about tracker Bullet Journal page ideas and, more specifically – yearly trackers.

There are many benefits of creating a yearly tracker and many different types of yearly trackers, and in this post, we’ll cover it all, and you’ll get tons of ideas on what kind of yearly tracker you should create.

A yearly tracker is exactly what it sounds like; it’s a tracker that lasts for an entire year.

It might sound scary to commit to something for an entire year, especially if it’s a new habit. But it has a lot of benefits, and there are many other yearly tracker ideas that don’t include such a huge level of commitment.

Let’s look into that first. And there is also a free yearly tracker printable at the end of the post, so be sure to scroll down.

BuJo Yearly Tracker: Pros And Cons

I wanted to say a few words about that before we dive into yearly tracker ideas. Because I know for the longest time, I was scared of yearly trackers, but now I discovered how amazing they actually are.

One of the biggest issues I see people having with these is that it’s difficult to commit to one new habit right away for a whole year.

Well, first of all, it doesn’t have to be a new habit; you can track other things, like your moods or period.

Secondly, you can always choose an easy habit and then as you go to change it to something different. All you need is to add a different color to your key to signify that you switched to a different habit.

Another con is that it takes a while to set it up, with all the lines and numbers and such. And that’s true, but it also means that you set it up once, and you don’t need to do it again for a whole year.

This takes a lot of pressure, and that way, you’ll keep on tracking your progress even in months when you don’t have the time to even do a proper monthly setup.

I hope these convinced you to try out a yearly tracker, so let’s look into some examples.

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Supplies To Create Yearly Trackers

Ok, first, a little detour to the supplies because I know a lot of people will wonder.

Here is some of my favorite stationery to create yearly trackers:

  • Fineliners. You’ll need those to draw all the lines and tables. Plus, if you want to decorate your tracker with doodles, these will be perfect as well. Currently, these are my favorite fineliners.
  • Ruler. You’ll definitely need it to create a year-long tracker. I think this one looks great, but I also would recommend this set of stencils because they can be used for so many things in your Bullet Journal, and one of them is a ruler as well.
  • Makers. You can fill out your tracker with patterns, but mostly it’s all about colors. So you’ll need a good set of markers, and these are my favorites.
  • Small tip brush pen. These are amazing for creating beautiful brush lettering headers. These ones are my favorite, and if you don’t know how, check my post on Brush Lettering For Beginners.

Supplies gathered; let’s get into yearly trackers.

Bullet Journal Yearly Tracker Ideas

Usually, when talking about a tracker, you think of habit trackers. But actually, there are so many different things you can use your yearly tracker for, like moods, period, or even just weather.

Below are some fun ideas of both, what to track and how to set up a tracker.

To learn more about habit trackers and other ideas on what to track in your Bullet Journal, be sure to check out these posts:

Free Yearly Tracker Printable

Of course, I didn’t want to leave you without a freebie, so here it is.

I created a yearly period tracker, which is already in the Resources Vault, together with many other Bullet Journal printables.

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

Once you confirm your subscription, you’ll get the password to get 100+ free Bullet Journal printables to use right away.

There are so many habit tracker benefits; why wouldn’t you commit to it for a year?

And if you decide to use a yearly tracker, what would you track?

Let us know in the comments!

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