Free Bullet Journal Water Tracker Printables

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Masha Plans is an excellent resource for free Bullet Journal printables, and in this post, I found several free printable water trackers for you.

Because drinking water is essential, but somehow it’s not an easy task. With a tracker, you’ll be able to stay on track with your water consumption.

I’ve got the perfect solution for you to stay on top of your daily water intake: free water tracking printables!

Say goodbye to confusing measurements and track your hydration levels in style with these fun and functional trackers. Plus, they’re easy to customize with stickers, color, or washi tape to stick with your unique style as you drink up each glass.

And be sure to scroll until the end, to get links to some more printables.

Free Water Tracker Printables

Bullet Journal water trackers are e a fun and creative way to set yourself up for success, as well as being free! With these printables, you can keep track of the amount of water you drink each day, and printables are a great way to try out a new page in your Bullet Journal before committing the time and effort to create one yourself.

So let's dive in and see what freebies I found for you.

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How To Add Printables To Your Bullet Journal

First of all, let me mention the supplies you’ll need to use these printables.

You might think you have it all, but there is a trick to it. So here is what I’d recommend you use:

  • A printer. Of course, any printer you have will work, but I’d recommend this one.
  • High-quality paper. You need smooth paper if you’re planning to add color to your pages; otherwise, you might damage your pens. I recommend this one.
  • Paper cutter. You obviously can use scissors, but a paper cutter will be faster and will help create smoother edges. I recommend this one.

All these printables have different sizes, so if you want to learn more on how to reside your printables to fit your journal, I recommend you to check How To Use Printables In Your Bullet Journal, because I have there step-by-step instructions with images to help you figure it out.

More Free Printables

Since you’re here, I assume you’re interested in water tracking, so if you want to create one yourself, I recommend you check my blog post Bullet Journal Water Tracker Ideas.

But if you’re more interested in free printables, check out these:

What other types of printables are you interested in?

Let us know in the comments.

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