Habit Tracker is one of the most beloved spreads in the bullet journal system. Many bullet journalists have claimed that the habit tracker motivates them to adopt good habits, tracks the ones they fall short and even reminds them when they last did an activity.
I didn’t know how important the habit tracker was for me until I skipped it in my March bullet journal setup. It was a wrong move! I either forgot what I needed to do or felt so unmotivated to do them. But I’ve learned my lesson and I make sure to include a habit tracker in my bullet journal setup EVERY MONTH from now on.
If you’re someone who cannot live without a habit tracker in your bullet journal like me, then this post will help you find some new ideas to switch up the way you set up your habit tracker.
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The calendar-style habit tracker is pretty quick and easy to set up. You have the option to write out the number for each day or just leave the boxes blank. Adding some stickers or doodles and you’ll have a customized habit tracker that suits your style.
Incorporating habit tracker into your monthly or weekly spread is a great way to save space in your notebook, especially if you don’t have many habits to track.
Alla from @journal.it tracks her habits weekly instead of monthly. She also divides her habits into categories to stay even more organized.
Or you can be creative like Nicole from @plansthatblossom and use icons instead of the traditional boxes and circles.
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The most traditional way to set up a habit tracker is the monthly list. It’s easy and allows you to track as many habits as you want. You can spike things up by switching between vertical and horizontal layouts or adding doodles and colors.
The square and circle habit trackers are very eye-catching. I use these once in a while to change up my setup whenever I feel bored with the traditional layouts. However, these habit trackers can be difficult and time-consuming to set up. Also, there are a limited amount of habits you can track.
If you want to try the circle habit tracker but don’t want to spend too much time setting it up, you can grab my Free Circle Habit Tracker Printable available in 30-day and 31-day.
Of course, you don’t have to follow any of the layouts I just shared above. Let your creativity run wild and come up with unique habit tracker like the one Rebecca from @theislandbujo did.
I hope this post has been helpful. Let me know in the comment section which layout is your most-used. See you next time!