Habit trackers are a great way to save time and space in your planner instead of re-writing the same tasks multiple times per week.
There are so many tasks you can add to your tracker, don’t feel that you need to track everything. It is a good idea to record those little things that you’re prone to forget when you’re trying to form a new habit.
Monthly trackers can be used for daily tasks and those that occur every couple of days like watering the plants or vacuuming. Whatever you need to remember!
20 things to record in your tracker
- Fill out gratitude log
- Drank 8 glasses of water
- No snacking
- Posted on Instagram
- Pinned on Pinterest
- Posted on your Facebook page
- Posted in Facebook Groups
- Quick clean-up
- No spend
- Water plants
- Studied/learned a new skill
- Read for a certain amount of time
- In bed by a certain time
- Medication and/or vitamins intake
- Electronics off 30 minutes before bed
- No soda, junk food, coffee, alcohol, takeout etc.
Free Printable April Tracker
The habit tracker can be downloaded in both half and full-size. See this post for A5 printing tips. You could also print onto full sheet label paper and stick it straight into your planner.
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