25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

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25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

You can use a bullet journal to track literally everything. Out of all the collections that one can use in a bullet journal, my favorite and the one I can’t do without is a habit tracker.

Without habits trackers, I can’t even imagine my bullet journal. Being passionate about self-help, it’s one of the reasons for me to start a bullet journal.

We all want to have in life. But you know, is easier said than done. This is where a habit tracker can help you.

**This post contains affiliate links. I may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you if you make a purchase through my affiliate link**

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

What are the benefits of having a habit tracker in your bullet journal?

- You can keep track of all your habits in one place.

- You don’t forget to do your habits anymore. Especially new habits that you want to form.

- By the end of each week/month, you can assess how much did you plan to do and how much you did accomplish. It is really useful because just by wishing away. A habit tracker gently forces you to actually do them. Since you write them down and track every day, your brain knows it is important and it reminds you every day.

- Your life gets a new order and a routine.

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

- By looking at the pattern in your habit tracker, you get a visual idea of how your week/month was in accordance with your performance of habits.

- You are more because you don’t want blank trackers. Trust me, it’s a thing. Your journal becomes your accountability partner. Sometimes I find myself doing my chores even , just to track in my journal.

is a weekly or monthly habit tracker better?

I would say, you should experiment with both. Personally, I like monthly habit trackers because once I take some time to set up a monthly tracker, I am done for the month. Then I have to worry about setting up weekly spreads only.

But sometimes I do weekly trackers. When setting up each month’s spread, if I am short on time , I decide to use weekly trackers. It’s not that difficult.

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

But for some people, monthly trackers may not work. They are more productive when they track habits weekly. It’s up to you to experiment.

Or else, you can have both trackers. For the habits you do weekly or twice/thrice per week, you can have a monthly tracker. Habits like exercise, weekly scrub/mask, grocery shopping etc. You can mark them beforehand and it will help you to remember on which days you are supposed to do them.

For the habits you want to track with more details like, how much water do you drink each day, how many hours do you sleep etc, you can have weekly trackers or separate monthly trackers for them .

A hack to remember to check your monthly habit trackers

Use , so that you don’t forget to check it ever.

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

25 bullet journal habit tracker ideas to get inspired

Most of the habit trackers fall into these categories: linear, circular and mini trackers.

I have handpicked some habit trackers from each category so that you can get a variety of ideas and inspiration.

If you have many habits to track, you can try linear trackers. You can draw them in one or two pages.

Isn’t this tracker beautiful? The poppies give this spread a color pop. Apart from being beautiful, this habit tracker is functional too. It has a general tracker for all habits and separate logs for water and sleep. It is useful for people who want to track the exact numbers.

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

This tracker is also easy to draw since there are no columns. You can use the dots as the reference.

This habit tracker is made in two pages and decorated with pictures around. This one is also less time consuming to make since you rely on dots rather than lines. I would make such a tracker when I am in a hurry. If you don’t want to draw, you can use stickers like these.

A two-page spread which is divided into morning, workday and night. I love how the spread is divided into three time periods and the color coding.

A hand-drawn vertical tracker. Again, a simple one. I am all for simple and easy to draw trackers. What about you?

See how this tracker has ten habits included. And each of them is color coded. The butterfly stickers add to the beauty of this spread.

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

I simply love this tracker. In addition to other habits, sleep and mood trackers are included in this spread. And don’t you think the tree doodle on top is beautiful?

I love the pattern used in this spread. Lovely, isn’t it?

Another simple tracker where each week is separated by a line. I am always attracted to simple spreads in a bullet journal because they are less time-consuming and suitable for non-artistic people .

If you have read my articles before, you know how much I adore minimalist bullet journal spreads and trackers. Here is one. You don’t need to draw lines as dots serve as the guide ).

Did you notice how many types of trackers are fit in one single page? Impressive! I will definitely try this one.

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

If you want to keep getting such ideas, go follow these accounts on Instagram.

Sleep tracker that tracks the exact time you went to bed and the number of hours of sleep.

Unlike linear trackers where each habit is tracked along a line, this one has a box dedicated for each habit with 30 or 31 squares. It need not be a box, people use circles and other shapes too. Let’s see some examples.

This habit tracker has separate columns for a month for each habit. Using different colors for each row makes it vivid. I love the graphical representation of sleep and steps tracker.

I love the flowers and the colors used in this spread. A beautiful tracker.

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

Now this one is different from all the others. While we usually track for a week/month, this habit tracker tracks for 100 days. The starting date is noted on the page. The triangle is colored yellow on the days a habit isn’t completed. The only downside it has is, it doesn’t have dates. But I think it’s meant to see the ratio or pattern over three months rather than individual days.

I love yellow spreads. A refreshing one!

This one comes with a twist. This is a tutorial on how to create novelty monthly trackers. It’s a fun and innovative way to track your habits. You know how hard it is to change habits. In the beginning you are enthusiastic, but after a few weeks, it gets monotonous. Changing your habit trackers every month to use fresh ideas as this can kill monotony.

Love the little doodles and bright colors.

A mini tracker for habits and circular tracker for tracking mood.

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

What struck me here is the hand-lettering and those lemons. Such a beautiful spread!

Instead of boxes, we have feathers here. And the tracker is color coded too.

Here is a spread for minimalist bullet journalers. Simple, functional and do not consume a ton of your time.

Habit tracker and mood tracker in a page, where circles denote each day. Crayons are used to highlight. An example of starting a bullet journal with whatever you have.

I love the look of circular habit trackers. It definitely breaks the monotony and makes your journal beautiful. I use this for drawing circular trackers in my bullet journal. And for filling in, I use . I love these pens, the tip is thin enough to fill in the small squares or pies and available in many colors. I like to color code my habit trackers with these pens.

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

You can use circular habit trackers when you have fewer habits to track. Like this one.

If you love doodling or illustration, the center portion of a circular habit tracker is an ideal place. Ain’t that butterfly beautiful?

Mini circular trackers and butterfly mood tracker.

I love the look of this simple half circle habit tracker.

There you are. I hope you liked the collection.

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

Do you have a habit tracker in your bullet journal? How have you benefited from it? I’d love to know. Please comment below.

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25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

You can use a bullet journal to track literally everything. Out of all the collections that one can use in a bullet journal, my favorite and the one I can’t do without is a habit tracker.

Without habits trackers, I can’t even imagine my bullet journal. Being passionate about self-help, it’s one of the reasons for me to start a bullet journal.

We all want to have in life. But you know, is easier said than done. This is where a habit tracker can help you.

**This post contains affiliate links. I may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you if you make a purchase through my affiliate link**

What are the benefits of having a habit tracker in your bullet journal?

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

- You can keep track of all your habits in one place.

- You don’t forget to do your habits anymore. Especially new habits that you want to form.

- By the end of each week/month, you can assess how much did you plan to do and how much you did accomplish. It is really useful because just by wishing away. A habit tracker gently forces you to actually do them. Since you write them down and track every day, your brain knows it is important and it reminds you every day.

- Your life gets a new order and a routine.

- By looking at the pattern in your habit tracker, you get a visual idea of how your week/month was in accordance with your performance of habits.

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

- You are more because you don’t want blank trackers. Trust me, it’s a thing. Your journal becomes your accountability partner. Sometimes I find myself doing my chores even , just to track in my journal.

is a weekly or monthly habit tracker better?

I would say, you should experiment with both. Personally, I like monthly habit trackers because once I take some time to set up a monthly tracker, I am done for the month. Then I have to worry about setting up weekly spreads only.

But sometimes I do weekly trackers. When setting up each month’s spread, if I am short on time , I decide to use weekly trackers. It’s not that difficult.

But for some people, monthly trackers may not work. They are more productive when they track habits weekly. It’s up to you to experiment.

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

Or else, you can have both trackers. For the habits you do weekly or twice/thrice per week, you can have a monthly tracker. Habits like exercise, weekly scrub/mask, grocery shopping etc. You can mark them beforehand and it will help you to remember on which days you are supposed to do them.

For the habits you want to track with more details like, how much water do you drink each day, how many hours do you sleep etc, you can have weekly trackers or separate monthly trackers for them .

A hack to remember to check your monthly habit trackers

Use , so that you don’t forget to check it ever.

25 bullet journal habit tracker ideas to get inspired

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

Most of the habit trackers fall into these categories: linear, circular and mini trackers.

I have handpicked some habit trackers from each category so that you can get a variety of ideas and inspiration.

If you have many habits to track, you can try linear trackers. You can draw them in one or two pages.

Isn’t this tracker beautiful? The poppies give this spread a color pop. Apart from being beautiful, this habit tracker is functional too. It has a general tracker for all habits and separate logs for water and sleep. It is useful for people who want to track the exact numbers.

This tracker is also easy to draw since there are no columns. You can use the dots as the reference.

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

This habit tracker is made in two pages and decorated with pictures around. This one is also less time consuming to make since you rely on dots rather than lines. I would make such a tracker when I am in a hurry. If you don’t want to draw, you can use stickers like these.

A two-page spread which is divided into morning, workday and night. I love how the spread is divided into three time periods and the color coding.

A hand-drawn vertical tracker. Again, a simple one. I am all for simple and easy to draw trackers. What about you?

See how this tracker has ten habits included. And each of them is color coded. The butterfly stickers add to the beauty of this spread.

I simply love this tracker. In addition to other habits, sleep and mood trackers are included in this spread. And don’t you think the tree doodle on top is beautiful?

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

I love the pattern used in this spread. Lovely, isn’t it?

Another simple tracker where each week is separated by a line. I am always attracted to simple spreads in a bullet journal because they are less time-consuming and suitable for non-artistic people .

If you have read my articles before, you know how much I adore minimalist bullet journal spreads and trackers. Here is one. You don’t need to draw lines as dots serve as the guide ).

Did you notice how many types of trackers are fit in one single page? Impressive! I will definitely try this one.

If you want to keep getting such ideas, go follow these accounts on Instagram.

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

Sleep tracker that tracks the exact time you went to bed and the number of hours of sleep.

Unlike linear trackers where each habit is tracked along a line, this one has a box dedicated for each habit with 30 or 31 squares. It need not be a box, people use circles and other shapes too. Let’s see some examples.

This habit tracker has separate columns for a month for each habit. Using different colors for each row makes it vivid. I love the graphical representation of sleep and steps tracker.

I love the flowers and the colors used in this spread. A beautiful tracker.

Now this one is different from all the others. While we usually track for a week/month, this habit tracker tracks for 100 days. The starting date is noted on the page. The triangle is colored yellow on the days a habit isn’t completed. The only downside it has is, it doesn’t have dates. But I think it’s meant to see the ratio or pattern over three months rather than individual days.

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

I love yellow spreads. A refreshing one!

This one comes with a twist. This is a tutorial on how to create novelty monthly trackers. It’s a fun and innovative way to track your habits. You know how hard it is to change habits. In the beginning you are enthusiastic, but after a few weeks, it gets monotonous. Changing your habit trackers every month to use fresh ideas as this can kill monotony.

Love the little doodles and bright colors.

A mini tracker for habits and circular tracker for tracking mood.

What struck me here is the hand-lettering and those lemons. Such a beautiful spread!

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

Instead of boxes, we have feathers here. And the tracker is color coded too.

Here is a spread for minimalist bullet journalers. Simple, functional and do not consume a ton of your time.

Habit tracker and mood tracker in a page, where circles denote each day. Crayons are used to highlight. An example of starting a bullet journal with whatever you have.

I love the look of circular habit trackers. It definitely breaks the monotony and makes your journal beautiful. I use this for drawing circular trackers in my bullet journal. And for filling in, I use . I love these pens, the tip is thin enough to fill in the small squares or pies and available in many colors. I like to color code my habit trackers with these pens.

You can use circular habit trackers when you have fewer habits to track. Like this one.

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

If you love doodling or illustration, the center portion of a circular habit tracker is an ideal place. Ain’t that butterfly beautiful?

Mini circular trackers and butterfly mood tracker.

I love the look of this simple half circle habit tracker.

There you are. I hope you liked the collection.

Do you have a habit tracker in your bullet journal? How have you benefited from it? I’d love to know. Please comment below.

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

PIN this post to come back whenever you need inspiration!

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25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

You can use a bullet journal to track literally everything. Out of all the collections that one can use in a bullet journal, my favorite and the one I can’t do without is a habit tracker.

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

Without habits trackers, I can’t even imagine my bullet journal. Being passionate about self-help, it’s one of the reasons for me to start a bullet journal.

We all want to have in life. But you know, is easier said than done. This is where a habit tracker can help you.

**This post contains affiliate links. I may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you if you make a purchase through my affiliate link**

What are the benefits of having a habit tracker in your bullet journal?

- You can keep track of all your habits in one place.

25 Bullet journal habit tracker layout ideas to help you build better habits

- You don’t forget to do your habits anymore. Especially new habits that you want to form.

- By the end of each week/month, you can assess how much did you plan to do and how much you did accomplish. It is really useful because just by wishing away. A habit tracker gently forces you to actually do them. Since you write them down and track every day, your brain knows it is important and it reminds you every day.

- Your life gets a new order and a routine.

- By looking at the pattern in your habit tracker, you get a visual idea of how your week/month was in accordance with your performance of habits.

- You are more because you don’t want blank trackers. Trust me, it’s a thing. Your journal becomes your accountability partner. Sometimes I find myself doing my chores even , just to track in my journal.

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