Creating new habits is an important part of changing your life, but how do you know if you’re staying on track with your new habits? By using a habit tracker! Here are some ideas for bullet journal habit trackers that you can easily create with just a few art supplies!
Bullet Journal Habit Tracker Ideas | Monthly Habit Trackers
In this first bullet journal video, I’ll show you how to create two different habit tracker ideas – either a weekly habit tracker made with boxes, or a circular habit tracker that can track a whole month at a time.
In these videos, I’m using the Happy Notes version of the Happy Planner which has bullet journal paper in it, along with some pens and colorful markers.
✍️ Recommended Supplies: 🎨
- Happy Planner Happy Notes with Dot Grid Paper
- Happy Planner (Dated)
- Happy Planner Box Kit
- Extra Happy Planner Fill Paper
- Happy Planner Happy Quotes Stickers
- Leuchtturm Bullet Journal (Alternative to the Happy Planner)
- Bullet Journal Kit with Supplies
- Crayola Supertips Markers
- Tombow Dual Tip Markers
- Sharpie Pens
- Pilot G2 Color Pens
- Lettering and Modern Calligraphy Book
The purpose of a habit tracker is to keep track of whether or not you successfully completed a habit on each day, so the tracker itself doesn’t have to be perfect. It’s just for your own use. 🙂
For the line version of the habit tracker template, you just need a ruler or a straight edge (I used a bookmark!) and for the circle habit tracker, you’ll need some round objects like a bowl and a few different sized mugs or cups.
At the bottom of the circle habit tracker, I created a color coded key with the habits I wanted to track (ok, I made up habits like “feed hamster” but it was just an example ;)). You can track as many or as few habits as you want, you just need to adjust your bujo habit tracker a little.
If you’re tracking a month of habits at a time, you’ll also want to note the particular month and see how many days are in that month and what day the month starts on (Sunday, Monday, etc). In my examples I usually used 30 days because it was easier to split up the trackers that way.
In part 2 of the habit tracker ideas for bullet journals, I created a horizontal habit tracker that takes up the full length of the page and can be used sideways, along with two mini trackers that just use little squares or hand drawn circles to track ONE habit for a month at a time.
Creating your own bullet journal habit tracker is a great way to keep track of all the changes you want to make in your life and see how things are going.
Good luck. 🙂
If you’d like more ways to keep track of your progress in this journey, check out our Recovery Diary.