45 Healthy Habit Tracker Ideas

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Among all the Bullet Journal page ideas, habit trackers are probably the most influential. They really can help you to become a completely new person.

And it all starts with health. So in this post, you’ll find some health habit tracker ideas to get you on track with building a healthy lifestyle.

Building new habits is a difficult thing to do, especially if you’re mostly surviving on chocolate and cup noodles and trying to become that girl who drinks enough water and has salmon for lunch (in case you’re wondering, I am talking about myself and my constant struggle with a healthy lifestyle).

I think if something if hard to do, you have all the right to use all the help you can get, and a habit tracker is a wonderful tool to help you with that.

Using a habit tracker will provide you with that extra boost of dopamine every day to keep you motivated and keep on going and working on your better habits.

There is something so special when you have evidence in front f you that you’ve been doing this new habit for a week nonstop. You feel better about yourself, and you feel like you want to keep the streak.

OK, enough of talking you into using a habit tracker. Since you’re here, you’re probably already sold on this idea. And if not – check the end of the post for more resources.

Oh, and keep scrolling to get some free printables as well!

Healthy Habit Tracker Ideas

Starting to build a healthier lifestyle is not an easy gig, so I hope this list will help you find tiny habits to start with, so you can see the change right away.

This is, by the way, a very important thing to remember. Don’t do everything at once, and start small. That’s the key to bringing constant positive change.

Ok, enough; let’s dive right into the list. Since there are a lot, I tried to divide them into several smaller categories.

Sleep Habits

Starting with sleep-related habits because I feel like getting a night of good sleep is core to staying healthy.

1. Went to bed at …
2. Woke up at ….
3. Slept … hours
4. No screens one hour before bed
5. No screens one hour after waking up
6. Glass of water after waking up
7. Took a nap

Meal Habits

Next up is everything related to food, since after years of eating junk, I know for sure that better food will make you feel better and look better as well.

8. Drunk 8 glasses of water
9. Cooked healthy meal
10. No sugar
11. No alcohol
12. Healthy snacks
13. Meal planning
14. Ate a fruit
15. Didn’t overeat
16. Took my vitamins and supplements
17. No/limited caffeine
18. No caffeine after midday
19. Good breakfast
20. No Soda

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Physical Activity Habits

The next thing you can do for your health is trying to move more, and it doesn’t have to be anything huge like going to the gym every day. Any little change that adds a bit more physical activity to your day will bring huge results.

So here are a few habit ideas for you.

21. Sun salutation
22. Walked 10k steps
23. Daily workout
24. Took the stairs
25. Parked further away
26. Took a walk
27. Went to the gym
28. Stretched
29. Calorie counter
30. Body measurements
31. Cardio workout

General Health

These are a few general health ideas; not really something that will bring a drastic change right away, like when you eat better or workout, but still something important to build that healthy life for yourself.

32. Flossed
33. Skincare routine
34. Period tracker
35. No smoking
36. Time outside
37. No more than … hours on time wasters (TikTok, Instagram)

Mental Health Habit Ideas

Finally, I don’t think you can talk about health without taking mental health into consideration. So here are a few ideas to improve your mental health.

38. Meditated
39. Positive affirmations
40. Play with your pet
41. Journaling
42. Pray
43. My Miracle Morning
44. Gave myself a compliment
45. Did something that brought you joy

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Creating A Habit Tracker

There are so many ways to set up a habit tracker! This is a whole separate post (and you can see it in the resources section below).

Here I wanted to share with you some of my favorite supplies that will allow you to easily set up a habit tracker in no time.

More Resources

If you’re looking to do a deeper dive into building a better self with your Bullet Journal, I’ve got you covered.

First of all, here are a few posts on habit trackers:

For other pages that will help you with your health journey, check out these posts:

That’s a lot of extra content for you to check out! But what can I say, I like to be thorough and provide as much information as possible.

Let’s get into your freebies.

Free Bullet Journal Printables

The Resources Vault already has 100+ Bullet Journal printables, including several trackers.

Inside you’ll find a step tracker, water tracker, mood tracker, period tracker, several habit trackers, and so much more.

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

Once you confirm your subscription, you’ll get the password to get 50+ free Bullet Journal printables, stickers, and worksheets to use right away.

If you’ve never used printables before, be sure to check my post How To Use Printables In Your Bullet Journal.

It’s pretty basic, and you can find all the supplies you need in my post Supplies For Using Bullet Journal Printables.

Which one of these habits are you planning to start tracking?

Let us know in the comments.

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