In addition to being a terrific way to schedule your time, a bullet journal is a great place to utilize all of those amazing trackers. So very many things can be tracked, it’s hard to know where to start! From your calendar, to celebrations, entertainment, faith, financial, food, health, hobbies, household maintenance, kids, pets, self-care, to-do lists, and even work.
One of my favorites is the mood tracker. There are so many options available, and I love to color anyway. Check out these 5 reasons to use a mood tracker if you need to be convinced! Likewise, please check out this wonderful monthly habit tracker to get you started. I love seeing my month in color.
When I was working on giving up my Dr Pepper habit, I used a water tracker. It helped me focus on increasing my water intake instead of decreasing my soda drinking. It was a mindset that really worked!
If you are working on debt reduction, tracking your extra payments to the different vendors can help keep you on track. You can also keep a list of what bills are due on what days so nothing incurs a late fee.
What about weight loss? It’s sort of a reversed tracker but it is still a great motivator to see your progress. If you use it in combination with a mood tracker, you might even be able to pinpoint “high risk” moods or times that could jeopardize your weight loss.
Check out this handy
monthly habit tracker!
Sign up below for access to the library – you can find a great list of over 100 things to track as well as several printable mood trackers.
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[…] Keep a journal to track your compliance. It’s inevitable that you’ll slip up occasionally. Always remember that a slip-up is NOT the same thing as failure. You only fail when you quit. So, acknowledge your error and strive to quickly correct yourself. You’re always only one better action from correcting your mistake. Don’t aim for perfection. Even a compliance rate of 90% is fantastic. […]