Habit Tracker Ideas – Cute Bullet Journal Layouts & 53 Habits to Track
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Looking for some awesome habit tracker ideas? Want to get inspiration on layouts and what habits to track? Super! Here are some cute layout ideas and 53 habits to track.
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Some people like to keep it simple with just a handful of habit tracker ideas, while others like to get really detailed and track everything they possibly can. There’s no “right” way to do it, so find what works for you.
If you’re new to tracking habits and need a little more help getting started with habit tracking, you’ll find plenty of inspiration from this post.
Now let’s get into the list of daily habit tracker ideas!
Habit tracker layouts – ideas for your
bullet journal or planner
Let’s start with the layouts.
Whether you’re looking for a layout for
Circle habit tracker
Mini habit tracker
Water tracker printable
21-day habit tracker
90-day habit tracker
Daily/weekly/monthly habit trackers
Mandala habit tracker
Yearly Habit tracker
Year in pixels
Habit tracker Calendar
Related post: You can find many of these habit tracker layouts as printables from this post : 43 cute & free habit tracker printables
53 ideas to track in your habit tracker
You can track anything with your daily habit tracker. Whether you want to break bad habits or form good ones.
And I mean anything!
From no snacking, period tracker, ate a healthy meal to reading a book each day, achieving inbox zero, and not hitting the snooze button.
I’ve written 50+ ideas you can track in your daily habit tracker. But don’t start tracking too many habits at the same time. Choose the ones you really want to concentrate on and begin with a few.
Here are some ideas you can track in your
1. Waking up at a certain time (like 5 am or 6 am – and on weekends at 8 am)
2. Going to bed at a specific time (like before 10 pm – and on weekends before 12 am)
3. Didn’t hit the snooze button
4. Enough sleep (like sleeping 7-8 hours a night)
Psst! grab a printable sleep tracker from this post: Cute & free printable sleep log to track your zzz’s
5. No rush/on time everywhere
7. Buying something nice for yourself
8. Journaled/bullet journaled
New to bullet journaling? Check out this post: Bullet Journaling Guide For Beginners
9. Taking vitamins
10. Taking medication
11. No symptoms (if you have some illness you’d like to track)
12. Period tracker
13. No pimples
18. Mental health / Mood
19. No treats/no snacking
20. No soda/no coffee/no alcohol
21. Ate healthy breakfast
22. Ate enough fruit and vegetables
23. Calorie intake below your target
24. Water consumption
Eating in / eating out
25. Eating out (so you can track how many times you eat out and cut back if it’s too much)
26. Bought a coffee from a coffee shop (so you can track how many times you do that and cut back if it’s too much)
27. Cooking at home
28. Family ate together
29. No junk food / eating out
30. Learning something new (like tracking an e-course you’re taking)
31. Studying on a new language (small exercises that you can do each day, like learning 3 new words)
32. Read a book
33. Follow up a challenge you’re participating in
34. Taking a small (or a big!) step towards your goal or dream
35. Working on your project/hobby/to-do list
Cleaning, decluttering & organizing
36. Decluttered at least one item (if you’re doing a decluttering project)
37. Empty email inbox / Inbox zero achieved
38. Clean kitchen/empty sink before going to bed
40. Watching tv less than a certain amount of time (like watching tv less than 1,5 hours)
41. Put your cellphone away in the evening 1 hour before you go to bed or keep the phone/computer/electronics out of the bedroom
42. Using social media less than a certain amount of time (like using social media less than 1,5 hours a day). Psst! There are apps and functions on your phone to see how much you actually spend time on social media.
43. No Instagram/no Facebook/no Pinterest/no Twitter
44. Posted on Instagram/Posted on Facebook/Pinned on Pinterest/Tweeted/Published a blog post
45. No games (like Candy Crush or other games on your phone)
Other habits to track in your habit tracker
46. Watered plants
47. Didn’t gossip (read or told)
48. Left work on time
49. Bible study, praying
50. Quality time with your significant other / Date night
51. No buy -challenge (I’m not a big fan of these buy nothing -challenges. I recommend choosing low buy over no buy).
52. Met / Talked to a friend
53. And yes! You can track if you used your habit tracker.
How many habits should you track?
Start only with a few habits. Or even with only one.
If the good habits are stackable, then you can add more.
You want to track enough habits to see results and feel good about your accomplishments, but not too many that it becomes overwhelming.
Remember that you can always start small and then increase the number of daily habits you track as you get used to the system.
Cute & free habit tracker printables
Looking for a printable monthly habit tracker? Or mini bujo habit tracker designs? You can find 43 free printable habit tracker templates from this post.
You can find so many other cute and free printables to add to your planner or
GRAB A CUTE & FREE HABIT TRACKER: Check out these habit trackers I’ve created (and grab your favorite): 43 cute & free habit tracker printables
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