When you’ve got a million things on your mind, it can be difficult to keep track of daily tasks or habits.
I wanted to create a tracker where I could mark off tasks after I completed it. This helps me see when was the last time I completed tasks like clean the floors and wash the sheets, while it also helps me get closer to my goals. How? Let’s take losing weight for example. If that is your goal, you will need to introduce new habits into your every day life. Things like exercise and eating less unhealthy foods.
By using this free printable habit tracker it will hopefully help you to get in the habit (and out of the habit) of doing certain behaviours and reach your goals!
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This page is a free sample of one of the 60+ pages of my new life planner kit that is available now!
To download this habit tracker, please scroll down until you find the download links.
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This printable habit tracker page comes in 3 sizes: US Letter (North America), A4 (Europe/International) and A5 (for planners like kikki.K large and Filofax A5). You can keep this sheet loose, or place it in a binder or planner.
Pin the image below to save it to Pinterest!
Inspiration for using your habit tracker
A bunch of people have tagged me in their Instagram posts showing how they used their habit trackers. Take a look at these habit tracker ideas:
Ashley is using her habit tracker to track her journaling, Bible study, workouts, and more. She printed it a little smaller so that she could fit these cute stickers in the empty space.
@planitbex is using her habit tracker to keep track of her fitness routine.
Lindsay is using her habit tracker to keep track of cleaning chores, gym, and more.
Related post: free printable resolutions worksheet
Are you inspired to start tracking your habits? Let’s do this!
How to print this free printable habit tracker:
- Download the PDF files below
- Open the PDF files in Adobe Reader
- Print out your habit tracker page at home on a colour printer or at a copy shop
- Place the page in your binder or planner
- Printer paper
- A colour printer (here’s the one I use)
- A 3-hole punch for placing it into a regular sized binder or 6-hole punch for inserting it into A5 planners
- A clipboard to place your habit tracker in or a cute A5 binder
- A pen
More habit tracker inspiration
Need more ideas for using your habit tracker?
You can keep your habit tracker simple or dress it up like Ashley did.
Divya split her tracker into three parts: health, personal and blogging. If you need more space you can use a different tracker for each area of your life you want to track.
Do you need an editable habit tracker?
Don’t want to write all your habits by hand every month? I feel you. That’s why I created a habit tracker with fillable fields where you can type in your habits every month, save the file and re-use it.
This is exactly the same as the free version (the same sizes too), except you can fill in your own text on the PDF itself. It will save you more time so you can focus on cultivating those habits instead!
Here’s what Lamont had to say about her purchase:
“I just downloaded it and put in the days of the week. Very nice and so easy and quick to do. It helps save time and energy. It also spares me of my own hand writing (which is unlike the journals I see on Pinterest. Nice work. Thanks again.” ~ Lamont
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Inspiring accessories for your new habit tracker!