I don’t know about you but for me, the great thing about Bullet Journaling is its variance. No bullet journal is the same and no layout looks exactly alike either. But since it can get very time consuming to think off and draw new layouts all the time I want to make it a bit easier for YOU! So today I want to share 9 unique layouts with you which you can use to track habits in your bullet journal!
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9 unique layouts to track habits in your bullet journal
You can either use them for inspiration and draw them yourself or purchase and download these unique habit tracker printables at a very affordable price. I made sure to search the world wide web for as much variance as possible so that you really can build a habit tracker database that offers you many different layouts. Let’s have a look, shall we?
PS: The order in which they are displayed says nothing about my personal preference. I like them all the same and just listed them the way I had them in my favorites ♡
#1 – One for all
If you have following my blog for a while you know I love time savers. So this habit tracker template is perfect if you don’t have much time and want a tracker you can use all year round. Why? Because the lovely Anna created a system which not only allows you to use this habit tracker each month of the year. It also allows you to mark the current month so you don’t need to add your own ‘maybe-not-so-perfect’ handwriting. Which most of us worry about more often than not 😀
It’s very colorful and motivating and she inspires you to add even more color as shown on her example page above. Loving it!This #habittracker fits my every need and is the perfect addition to my #bulletjournal! Click To Tweet
#2 – My Go-To Habit Tracker
I don’t know about you but most of the time simplest is best. While having fancy and unique designs is a lot of fun and I love to use them once in while I prefer my standard habit tracker setup most of the times. For one it’s easy to read. So I can see at one glance what habits I still need to work on today. And secondly, I love my motivational quotes. One for each month of the year!
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#3 – Let your good habits grow
I was very excited to find this habit tracker design since it’s truly unique and I haven’t seen one like it before. Especially not as a printable so that we all can get the pleasure to use it ♡
I love Evelyne’s idea to portrait our personal growth through plants, which grow like our good behaviors should too. As long as they are nourished and well-taken care of. I’m also excited about the fact that she prepared the files so that they both fit a Travelers Notebook as well as A5 Planner perfectly. Having said that, let me know if you love the standard Travelers Notebook and want me to start producing all my printables in this format too.
#4 – For all you color lovers
Contrary to all the black and white designs so far here a super colorful habit tracker chart designed by Martina. I love the polka dot design and that they are usable all year around. But I have to say that I personally would prefer it if the name of the month was already added. And I never use a planner as big as A4. But by printing them at 50% size this problem should be resolved easily 🙂
#5 – Minimalism Habit Tracker
Love decluttering your home using the Kon Mari method? You can do the same with your bullet journal! By focusing on using the layouts that help you out the most each month you save a bunch of time. And by going with very minimalistic layouts even more. Especially when you draw them all yourself!
I had a few months where I only drew minimalistic designs and I still use them occasionally whenever I feel my bullet journal gets cluttered and I can’t focus properly. As mentioned before feel free to use the coupon code HTBLOG to get 25% of all habit tracker printables available in my Etsy Shop ♡25% OFF all #habittracker #printables in the Wundertastischdesign Etsy Shop! Click To Tweet
#6 – Vertical and Circular Habit Trackers
While I have seen many circular habit tracker templates before I have never seen one that uses a vertical spread from top to bottom. And I’m in love with the idea! Since I know don’t need to turn my Bullet Journal Filofax anymore whenever I want to use my habit tracker. Thank you Savanna for your creativity! The fact that you get both layouts in the sizes A4, A5, Half Letter, and Letter makes this an amazing deal especially since you can use them all year around as well!
#7 – Size doesn’t matter
I absolutely adore Dee’s trackers since they are so different and you can add them literally anywhere. Instead of having all your habits in one big table you can add them individually wherever you need them. Monthly spread, note page, goals layout … they fit everywhere thanks to their size. The only thing I would recommend here is purchasing a bunch of sticker paper since it will save you a ton of time when you want to use these babies after printing 🙂
#8 – Habit Tracker Mandalas
These are my absolute favorite!!! I was so excited when I launched my very first of these twelve unique designs back in December 2016 and I still can’t get enough of them! While they most certainly are not the number one choice for a minimalist they are perfect for everyone who enjoys details, coloring pages and mandalas. And by using a light color first to mark off each habit as you go along. You can easily see what you have accomplished each day of the month and color these boxes in fully on a nice Sunday afternoon ♡
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#9 – Lunar Habit Tracker
Wait, what? Yes, you heard right and I was as stunned as you are right now. The ‘boxes’ in this habit tracker chart are not colored in or crossed off. Instead, you fill them with the moon phase of the day. And this is not all! The bottom part of each habit tracker gets filled with stars. Which you can connect at the end of the month to create your personal star chart. This is so cute I just had to add it!
As well as the cute plants above, this habit tracker was designed by Evelyne. She is an incredible artist and I highly recommend checking out her Instagram feed!
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Be sure to let me know in the comments below what other habit trackers I need to check out the next time I browse the world wide web for inspiration!
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