Today we’re talking about Bullet Journal page ideas for a February habit tracker.
Habit trackers are very important in building a better life and establishing better habits, so I always recommend adding them to your Bullet Journals.
Especially in February when you’re still working on all those new habits you decided to start in the new year.
In this post, I found some inspiring habit tracker ideas that I’m sure you’ll love. I always find that if you make a pretty page in your journal, you’ll end up coming back to it and using it more.
Wait, but what are habit trackers, and why do I need them? if that’s what you’re asking yourself, here is a crash course.
Habit trackers are basically a way for you to track some new habits you want to create or to make sure you avoid the habits you decided to drop.
I know, mindblowing ahahaha
But that’s what they are, and you can learn more in my post Ultimate Guide To Bullet Journal Habit Trackers.
There are so many things to add to your habit trackers! Usually, it’s something you want to change in your life, but if you need ideas, check my post with 193+ Bullet Journal Habit Tracker Ideas.
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Stationery To Create Habit Trackers
To create a habit tracker, what do you need? Not much.
You can use whatever you want and have in your collection, but if you want some recommendations, here are my favorites:
- A journal. You definitely need one as your Bullet Journal, so that’s a no-brainer. This is my go-to brand.
- Fineliners. These are the perfect pens for drawing in your Bullet Journal, and you’ll need to doodle and draw to create these trackers. When it comes to fineliners, I definitely love these.
- Markers. Something to add color! And using color is a great way to fill out your habit tracker. These are my favorites, of course.
- Small brush pen. I love using these to create some pretty headers, and I find the small tip ones work the best. These are definitely worth having in your collection.
Ok, now that all supplies are ready, let’s look into February habit trackers.
Free Printable Habit Trackers
There are so many printables already in the Resources Vault, including several habit trackers.
I always work on creating new printables, so if you have a special idea for a habit tracker – be sure to leave a comment below.
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Once you confirm your subscription, you’ll get the password to get 50+ free Bullet Journal printables, stickers, and worksheets to use right away.
For more printables, you can always check my post with Free Printable Habit Trackers.
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