8 habit tracker ideas

In our second episode of 2017 planning series, we talked about habit building and how it is important to develop and maintain a healthy & peaceful lifestyle. What better way to make sure we live up to our promises and dreams, than put some great tracker ideas into practise?! These are monthly trackers but you can easily shrink them into weekly trackers if you like. The sky is the limit!

Habit tracker #1

This is my newest ‘3 habits’ monthly tracker that I absolutely love! The colour coding within it looks lovely and as you can see in the picture, I like to track me exercise, clean/energy eating, and hydration.

Habit tracker #2

Look at this pyramid! Isn’t it great? The idea of this tracker and shape is that by the end of the month, you will build a solid base of your ‘new thing’, you new habit, and you will stick to it because let’s face it — you have put a LOT of effort into this! Of course, the title can be the name of your habit or you can write your favourite quote around the pyramid too!

Habit tracker #3

My favourite tracker that you can also find in our Community library – we have a new one every month πŸ˜‰

You can keep it in this vertical position (you can tell by the way the date numbers are written) or turn the date numbers around and have it in a horizontal position. OR you can spread it horizontally across both pages so you don’t have to keep rotating the entire notebook. Here, I tried to show you what it looks like when you use colours and how you can mark off the habit that has been completed; or not. Keeping it black and white, playing with different shapes or lines are another options to make it pretty. Simply do whatever you like!

Habit tracker #4

Here are actually three trackers but all of them are basically the same, only the numbers are in different order. These are sort of like mini monthly calendars and you can track a new habit that you are trying to establish this month or keep track of your social media etc. ‘I’ and ‘G’ state for Instagram.

Habit tracker #5

This tracker looks magnificent when you draw it bigger over the entire page! It certainly makes your journal very pretty once completed and coloured in. Of course, you don’t have to use it for habits only! You can track the number of followers here, number of steps, all kinds of goals etc.

Habit tracker #6

This idea came to me as I was drawing the pyramid tracker and I LOVE it!! Obviously, you don’t have to limit yourself to three habits only! Go ahead and draw more circles if you wish. This will look incredible when finished! I would love to see the final picture of it, especially if you like black & white and some shapes — it would sort of look like a zen mandala! Please guys, if you will use this type of tracker and post a picture of it on Instagram, tag me so I can view it πŸ™‚ And any tracker you use for that matter!

Habit tracker #7

Inspired by Zoe @zf.sp . This is a vertical layout but I turned the notebook for you so you can see it better. The left half is used as a regular tracker which you can colour in or tick off the tasks completed, and the second right half can be used as a 1-10 scale tracker that has been inspired by Kara @boho.berry . How it works is that you basically measure everything on a scale 1-10. When you feel great, you mark it with a particular colour that you consider to be your ‘mood colour’ – you do this every day and connect the dots as you progress towards the end of the month. This is really cool because you get to see how your sleeping might be affecting your mood or productivity levels. Kara has a great video about this and you can watch it here.Β 

Habit tracker #8

This last tracker has been inspired by Jady @greenishplanning . The tracker is divided into three sections (you can have less or more). The first section could be your morning routine/self-care tracker, another section or area might be schoolwork, and another one could be social media/improvement section. The choice is yours as always πŸ™‚ The morning routine you can see in the picture is my actual morning routine and the squares are filled out to give you an idea on how to fill in your tracker.

ALL OF THE ABOVE HABIT TRACKERS are 100% customizable, you can alternate everything according to your own needs and please, don’t be afraid to experiment whenever you feel like it! That’s the joy – and bonus – of building up our new better ways of living!

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