15 Step Tracker Bullet Journal Page Ideas
Trackers are some of the most impactful Bullet Journal page ideas, and today we’re talking about step trackers.
It’s hard to get started on a fitness journey, especially if you’re not sure what to do. You may feel overwhelmed by all of the information out there. The best thing to do is to start small by walking more.
These Bullet Journal step tracker ideas will help you stay on track and motivated while working on your fitness goals.
The step tracker Bullet Journal page will help you easily and effortlessly keep track of your progress without all the fuss.
They are easy to set up, and you get to play around so much with all the creative ways you can customize them to your own style.
The pages below will definitely be a great starting point to get inspired.
Be sure to scroll until the end to get some more resources on health and fitness Bullet Journal pages, as well as get your freebie!
Let’s dive in.
Bullet Journal Step Tracker Ideas
Not only does tracking your progress provide tangible motivation for you to keep going, but creating the trackers themselves can be both fun and therapeutic.
You can find one that matches your lifestyle or something new that'll help kickstart your journey toward success.
Stationery Themed Step Tracker
Starting with this amazing tracker by Jess. I love how creative it looks and the graph view of the steps. I'm always for a more visual approach to tracking.
Yearly Walking Tracker
Walking is definitely an easy idea for a yearly Bullet Journal tracker. And I love that this tracker has colors for different distances.
Circle Step Tracker
I love all the circle trackers, and this one is great. It looks pretty, and it has a graph feel to it with a clear visual representation of how much you've walked.
Square Step Tracker
Circle elements are not the easiest to create; I still struggle with my circle trackers. But here is a fun way to avoid this - by creating a square instead of a circle.
Harry Potter Step Tracker
Harry Potter and specifically marauder's map seem like an excellent idea for a step tracker, and for a good reason. It looks great!
If you're looking for more magical ideas, be sure to check my post Harry Potter Bullet Journal Inspirations.
Bee Step Tracker
I love the color match here; it's so beautiful. The idea is to record every week how many steps you've walked until the honey pot is filled with 600k steps.
Green Steps Tracker
I love the beautiful greens of this spread and how you get to record any number on the date. It doesn't have to be something pre-made. That way, when you have a low day, you don't necessarily feel horrible about it sticking out so much in your tracker.
Black And White Steps Tracker
I love the monochrome and minimalist look of this tracker. I'm not sure about the way this tracker actually works, but I'm guessing each dot stands for maybe 500 steps.
Carrot Step Tracker
You can't not love this step tracker - the carrot is so determined and kind of scary - I wouldn't want to disappoint him and not walk enough steps.
Plant Step Tracker
I love the aesthetics of this tracker and the soft colors. It's also a fun idea to draw those plant strands for each day to symbolize how many steps you've walked.
Shoe Step Tracker
A fun idea to connect your track with a shoe print. And again, I'm loving that there is a color coding for the number of steps done that day.
Colorful Step Tracker
I love this one with all the bright colors and the graph to display how many steps you've made this day. I also really love these beautiful mandalas at the top used as decoration.
If you want to learn how to create them, check my post How To Draw And Use Mandalas In Your Bullet Journal.
Blue Step Tracker
Beautiful circle step tracker, and I love that she filled it out with the soft change in colors. The little circles seem like too much work, but visually they look stunning.
Floral Step Tracker
A beautiful way to include flowers in your tracker. And this actually gave me an idea of maybe using this washi tape tio track daily steps.
Weekly Step Tracker
Finally, it's important for you to know that you don't have to create a huge monthly or even yearly step tracker. You can start simply by creating a small step tracker in your weekly spread like here.
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Time for my favorite part, some stationery recommendations for creating trackers like these in your Bullet Journal.
Again, you don’t really need any of these; you can use whatever you have to create trackers. But if you want to do some stationery shopping, here is what I’d recommend.
- Fineliners. I always recommend them for all types of Bullet Journal spreads; they are perfect for drawing not just decorations but tables as well. These are my favorites
- Circle ruler. If you want to create a circle tracker, you’ll need one. This one is my favorite, and it’s so affordable.
- Colored markers. In case you want to go colorful. I always stick with these, but I can definitely recommend these Crayola ones; they come in many colors and are also pretty reasonably priced.
With supplies out of the way, let’s get into move pages and your freebie.
More Health & Fitness Bullet Journal Page Ideas
On this blog, I gather a lot of page ideas and inspirations to help you create your perfect customized Bullet Journal.
So if you’re looking for more health-related ideas, be sure to read these:
- Health And Fitness Bullet Journal Page Ideas
- Yearly Workout Tracker Ideas
- Weight Loss Bullet Journal Page Ideas
- Bullet Journal Water Tracker Inspirations
- Cute Bullet Journal Sleep Tracker Ideas
With that out of the way, time for you to get your free printable.
Free Bullet Journal Printables
We already have a lot of free printables in the Resources Vault, and with this one, I’m adding one more – a step tracker.
It will be perfect for you to print and use to see if this spread is something that you’ll love.
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Once you confirm your subscription, you’ll get the password to get 100+ free Bullet Journal printables 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 all you need is a printer, a good-quality paper, and, of course, a paper cutter.
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