Of the most common bullet journaling spread is trackers. Mood trackers and habit trackers would likely be most often used. However, today we are merely focusing on habit trackers. Habit trackers can be used for such a wide variety of activities and habits. For example, you can have a habit tracker that focuses on physical activity, productivity, health, sleep, or house chores, among other things. What would you use your habit tracker for? Below are over 20 excellent habit trackers that you need to try in your bullet journal!
I am absolutely in love with this layout. Further, my favorite part is the grid behind the spread. Then, the different trackers and doodle items are hung on the grid. It is very clean and beautiful on the eyes!
I thought it might be a great idea to include a digital habit tracker as well. This one is a simple grid style spread. However, I believe that it is incredible that bullet journals can be digital now! It’s not my style, but it makes planning so much more accessible!
Last but not least, I was drawn to this tracker by the simplistic design. Further, I cannot help but love how the creator is using tiny symbols to identify her habits instead of writing out what he habit is. That is super creative and saves a ton of space on the spread.
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