Bullet Journal Habit Tracking

Saturday, 2 July 2016


Habit tracking is one of my favourite parts of my journal, I'm a very visual person and it allows me to monitor things I might otherwise not be able to visualise. Have a look at how I track my habits and some ideas for what you could track in your journal


Since I started my Bullet Journal in May tracking my goals and habits quickly became one of my favourite parts, partly because I just like colouring in the little squares, but mostly because I otherwise wouldn't visualise these things.



As I mentioned in my One Month In post, it makes me double check whether or not I'm doing things I'd like to be doing more of like blogging, instagramming consistently, exercising, sleeping well and not spending money unnecessarily etc.



 I have an overall monthly tracker for my priorities I want to check at a glance, but then in my weekly logs I've added some more nitty gritty trackers like my food schedule, how much fruit, veg and water I'm getting and the amount of sleep I'm getting and some mini goals. I also like little schedules to keep me on top of things like housework and chores.



20 things to track in your Bullet Journal

  1. Sleep
  2. Exercise
  3. Weight
  4. Spending/Saving
  5. Reading
  6. Instagramming
  7. Blogging
  8. Hair Washing
  9. Hydration
  10. Fruit and Veg
  11. Goals
  12. Housework
  13. Skincare Routine
  14. No Alcohol, Caffeine, Fizzy Drinks
  15. No Snacking/Junk Food/Sugar
  16. No Meat
  17. Offline
  18. Walking 
  19. Mood
  20. Journalling

Do you use your bullet journal for tracking? What's your favourite thing to track? Let me know in the comments.

This bullet journal story so far...






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10 comments

  1. I really like seeing what people do with their bullet journals. I still don't have one myself and probably won't do one, but I do like the idea of habit tracking so might do something with that!
    Jennifer x
    Ginevrella | Lifestyle Blog

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    1. That's the beauty of it, you totally don't need to have one. I mean, you could print out a table and stick it to your fridge or a pin board, or put something in the back of your work notepad or something. Mine has become a habit tracking journal more than anything to be honest

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  2. I've also recently started a bullet journal so I've been loving reading how other people use them! I'm defo seeing the appeal of habit tracking... seems like it could help me procrastinate less... which I'm always in need of doing, especially now I'm getting back into blogging! Your drawings are soooo pretty too :) x

    Polly Cat Contemplates

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    1. I love peoples posts on BuJo's too! You should definitely give it a go!! If it doesn't work for you this month just don't do it again - the beauty of bullet journalling eh?

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  3. I haven't habit tracked in a while, but I really want to get back into it as it can be very telling!! Haha. Your bullet journal is so pretty!!

    Hannah xx
    www.hannahemilylane.com

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    1. Hannah! What! It's the best bit! Haha, it's mostly cause I don't do anything so I have too fill it with soooomething!

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  4. Ok I loved this even more the second time I read it - the first time I read it on Bloglovin and now I can see the details of the habit trackers on my laptop, it's legit one of the most pretty journals I have ever seen. Your sleep tracker is adorable and makes me wish I had a squared journal so I could do a graph :') And your handwriting it so teeny tiny and cute!!! Oh and I was still like OMG I AM FAMOUS with my name on there haha! xx

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    1. Thank you my love. It's a bit all show no substance at times hahaha. The squared pages are brilliant to be fair they make it so much easier to lay things out but I wish it was all squared really, or the dots in the lectrums *drool*. You're in it again this week so you're like double famous hahaha

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  5. This is brilliant! I love the idea of bullet journals but it feels like just another thing on the to-do list, you know? I worry it would just make me feel more busy and stressed. Yours looks fab though, I think I'm getting closer to caving in ;)

    Nina | www.wordsbynina.com

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    1. I totally get what you mean! It really depends what you want it for, mine is definitely less task driven more life tracker which is great, for me.

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