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I have also created a Habit Tracker Dry Erase Sticker!
I was recently came across a “habit tracker” page that I saw many people included in their bullet journals. I love the idea of bullet journals (once I understood how they worked) and some of the beautiful detailed spreads people create but it just isn’t for me. If I were to start one, it’d be more of an art project than utilizing it as a to-do list or to jot down notes.
But I think the idea of tracking your habits is great! Not only is it fun to X or color each square in, it is totally motivating (at least for me) to want to complete the entire row. It also sort of acts as a to-do list since it reminds me of the daily tasks I’d like to complete before I go to bed. So instead of creating a whole journal, I just created a habit tracker page that I wanted to share with you. I hope you find it as useful as I have!
How it works:
1. Circle, highlight, or shade in the current month.
2. Write down each habit you’d like to track in the boxes in the first column.
3. The numbers across the top represent each day of the month.
4. Everyday, color in the box associated with that day for every habit you complete.
That’s it! You can also designate the amount you would like for each habit. For example, my goal is to go to my Bounce workout class at least 5 times per month so I have added that to the tracker to remind myself that row only needs to have 5 colored boxes at the end of the month.
Download the PDF here or by clicking the image below:
I hope you enjoy this PDF and that it helps you stay consistent and reach your habit goals! As always, I love to hear from you and learn about your experience–don’t be shy and send me an email or message on Instagram.
Wishing you a very happy and productive month! :)
* I recommend printing on cardstock.
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