50 Habit Tracker Ideas | Bullet Journal

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Habit tracker (n.)

A tracker, commonly used in bullet journals, to log habits; daily, monthly, or yearly. 


If you use a bullet journal, there is no doubt you will have come across a habit tracker. In fact, seeing these is one of the things that drew me into the organisation method. I love accountability and this is perfect to keep tabs on those little things you want to be doing, whether it’s for your wellbeing, health or out of pure interest.


Here’s a list of 50 things you could track in your bullet journal:

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  1. No spend day

  2. Hair wash day

  3. Workout

  4. Yoga

  5. Reached daily steps goal

  6. Read

  7. Journal

  8. Meditated

  9. Ate 3 meals

  10. Ate healthy

  11. Drank enough water

  12. Watered plants

  13. Got some fresh air

  14. Posted on social media

  15. Blog post

  16. Talked to family

  17. Talked to friends

  18. Completed your morning routine

  19. Completed your evening routine

  20. Mood

  21. Did your hobby

  22. Creativity

  23. Productivity

  24. Motivation

  25. Studied

  26. Took medication

  27. Took vitamins

  28. No meat days

  29. Vegan days

  30. Sex

  31. Hours of sleep

  32. Skin care routine

  33. Period

  34. Chores

  35. Weather

  36. Went for a walk

  37. Cooked a meal

  38. Headaches

  39. Energy level

  40. Relaxed

  41. Worked on project/towards a goal

  42. No alcohol

  43. No Caffeine

  44. Digital detox

  45. Self care

  46. Made your bed

  47. Didn’t snooze the alarm

  48. Tarot cards

  49. Gratitude

  50. No makeup day.

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5 tips for using habit trackers

  • Only track the things that are important to you - too many things to track will leave you feeling overwhelmed and less likely to track anything

  • Don’t worry if you can’t find time to track everyday

  • But try and keep on top of it, make it a part of a routine

  • Look back over habit trackers at the end of the week/month and see where you did well and where you can improve

  • Try to keep your trackers positive, e.g. if you’re trying to quit smoking, track ‘no cigarettes’ rather than ‘smoked’ as it’ll motivate you to colour in that square (or however you mark off as completed)

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What habits do you track in your bullet journal?

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