Tracking your moods from day to day and over time can be a helpful way to pinpoint what’s not working in your life, what’s causing you extra stress, and what factors are contributing to feeling anxious or depressed. Here’s a free mood tracker printable so you can keep track of how your mood changes over time and what’s affecting it.
- How to Start Recovering from Depression or Anxiety
- Daily Recovery Progress Tracker
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Bullet Journal Mood Tracker | Free Mood Tracker Printable | Daily Mood Tracker
To use this mood tracker, simply print out a few copies and mark down a score each day from 1-10, with 1 being that you were depressed and felt awful, and 10 being that you felt amazing and super happy. You have enough space for a full week.
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I’d also recommend writing down a few notes each day about any reasons behind the score you have, like why it was a good or bad day and what seemed to cause it. Over time you’ll start to see patterns and be able to determine if there are any specific stressors in your life that you’re actually able to eliminate or change. Some things you won’t be able to change, but sometimes it’s just helpful to know that certain things in your life will inevitably cause extra stress so you can prepare yourself for that.
(Note: for an eco friendly alternative, simply record the same information on the notes app on your phone. :))
It’s in your power to start making the changes that could ultimately change your life. And it all starts with getting a picture of how things are now so you can get a better idea of where to start making changes.
Good luck. 🙂
If you’d like more ways to keep track of your progress in this journey, check out our Recovery Diary.