Confession time: I’ve been seriously slacking on my resolutions for the new year. (Already? Yeah, I know. It’s sad.)
One of my resolutions of 2018 was to start and grow my blog’s Instagram (feel free to follow me here!) so I really wanted to find a way to incorporate my bullet journal into this process, as I feel like it could really help me get back on track. After all, my bullet journal truly feels like a reflection of my own life, so of course I want it to help me with my new resolutions!
With all of these ambitious resolutions for 2018, tracking our growth is a great way to see our progress and keep ourselves in check. So, what better way to include our resolutions into our bullet journal than by tracking our goals in a habit tracker!
Here are 50 things that you can track and implement in your bullet journal right now! Most of these can fit in a habit tracker, although some can also be stand-alone trackers. It’s up to you!
Don’t have a bullet journal yet? Check out this guide to start one today!
Ready to kick butt and get healthy this year? These are all great trackers to help you out!
You can either track whether or not you exercised each da or you could also track a specific exercise, like squats or pushups, and the number of times you performed each exercise.
2. Meditated/ Yoga
Trying to get into walking and/or running? Track how often you walk each day! If you’ve got a Fitbit or pedometer, you could also track the number of steps you take each day and work up to a certain number!
There are tons of benefits to drinking water, so it makes sense that people like to track their water intake.
Too lazy to create a water intake tracker in your bullet journal? Same, girl. Check out these cute water intake stickers, which you can get here!
6. Soda/ No Soda
If you’re trying to quit the fizzy drinks, a good way to track your progress is to track the days you have soda (or don’t have any soda.)
7. No Junk Food
Same as the soda, if you’re trying to lay off the junk food, you can keep track of the days you eat it.
8. No Sugar
9. No Alcohol
For those of you that are of legal age, try tracking how often you do (or don’t) drink! For some, this is just a fun way to visually see how often you actually drink, but it can also be good for your overall health as well.
10. Stuck to Diet
12. Doctor’s Appointment
This would be a good thing to track in a yearly tracker, so you can get an idea of how often you’re getting checkups, and make sure you’re keeping yourself healthy.
14. Took Vitamins
15. Took Medications
If you don’t have one of these nifty little pill planners, it made be a good idea to track when you’ve taken your meds in your journal!
16. Anxiety Attacks
If you have a history of anxiety attacks, your bullet journal is the perfect place to track how often they occur. If you’re also tracking some of your other habits, you may be able to find patterns and see if there’s any merit behind them.
Again, if you’ve got a history of seizures, you may find it helpful to keep track of them in your bullet journal.
18. Hours Slept Each Night
19. Up By a Certain Time
A little different from a sleep tracker, this is a way for you to track whether you get up at a certain time each day. So, instead of tracking how many hours you slept, you’d track whether you were up by 7am.
20. Went to Bed at Certain Time
There are literally tons of ways to set up a mood tracker, so if you want some inspiration, be sure to check out my Pinterest board dedicated to JUST mood trackers!
These are all just simple trackers that you can use to make sure you’re staying clean and taking care of your body.
24. Wash Face
25. Made Bed
One day, I’d like to have my life so put together that I can properly make the bed each day. Until that day comes, I’ll just track the days I actually do so in my journal haha.
26. Did Laundry/Chores
You could do individual chores, or just label them chores together to save space in your journal.
27. Brush Teeth
29. Morning Routine
Got a morning routine you’re trying to stick to? Try tracking your progress in your journal!
30. Night Routine
Are you a blogger? Here’s some things you can track in your bullet journal for your business!
Don’t have a blog yet? Here’s everything you need to know to start one today!
31. Posted a Blog Post
32. Social Media Growth
Trying to grow your social media presence? Track your growth in your journal! As an example, here’s my Instagram tracker!
If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you know I’m a big fan of Tailwind. And if you’re already using this scheduling tool, you know how helpful it is! But make sure you’re keeping up with your scheduled pins, so you don’t run out!
34. Comment on Another Blog
Since this is actually great for getting your blog’s name out there, maybe you’d like to keep up with how often you comment on other blogs! Whether it’s every day or every so often, share the love!
35. Posted on Social Media
36. Made X Amount of Money
37. Brainstormed Post Ideas
I like to try and do this at least once a week, although it doesn’t hurt to do this as often as possible!
38. Hit X Views on Blog
I’m a major analytics nerd, so I love to keep up with how many page views I get each day. I like to set myself a daily goal (right now it’s 2,000 views a day) and when I hit that goal, I mark it off in my journal! It’s just a fun way to see how your blog’s doing and who you’re reaching daily!
Wanting to save a little extra this year? Here are some great things you can track to help you meet all of your budget goals!
39. How Much You Spent/ Stick to Budget
If you’re trying to stick to a budget, you can keep track of how often you’re sticking to it, and get an idea of whether or not your budget is working for you.
40. No Spend
When I’m trying to save money, I like to try ‘no spend’ days, where I can’t spend ANY money that day. I try to go as long as possible and see how far I can go (my record is like 4 days haha. I’m so weak!)
41. Cook/Eat at Home
If you’re trying to save money, or just want to get an idea of your spending habits, you can track how often you eat at home. Another option is to track how often you plan meals.
42. Absent from School
44. Read a Book
If you’ve got to read a book for a class, you could try tracking how often you’re reading it in your journal, or even just track each chapter as you finish it!
Here’s basically everything else that you can track in your bullet journal!
45. Absent from Work
47. No Electronics
Okay, this one would be hard for me. Not so much for giving up my phone, but my laptop! I’m always checking on my blog, stats, etc. However, it’s really nice to have a break sometimes, so if you try this, see how long you can go! (My record is like, 4 days haha.)
49. Practiced Instrument
50. Filled in Bullet Journal
Finally, you can track the days you filled in your bullet journal! If you’ve recently started a bullet journal, and are trying to keep up with it, it may help you to keep track of the days you filled it in!
Whew! Hopefully you found this list helpful, and don’t forget to pin this so you can find it again!
And go ahead and follow me on Pinterest while you’re at it! 🙂
What’s your favorite thing to track in your journal?
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