Habit trackers are a great way to keep track of your daily routines and establish new habits. But with so many different types of habit trackers out there, how do you know which one is right for you? Let’s take a look at some of the most common types of habit trackers and what makes them unique.
Free Printable Habit Trackers
I’m excited to share some of my favorite habit tracker printables with you, each with its own unique features and design. Whether you’re looking to eat healthier, exercise more, or break some bad habits, there’s a habit tracker on this list that can help. I’ll also be adding more “empty” trackers soon since I have a bunch of unpublished designs just waiting to be shared. If you’re looking for something specific, let me know in the comments! I might just have something in my tracker “vault” that’s perfect for you 😄
This monthly tracker is available in multiple sizes: A4, A5, US Letter & Half Letter.
The Monthly No Spend Tracker is available in two variations: the No Spend Tracker and the No Spend Month. Both options include 30 and 31-day versions, and are available in A4 and US Letter sizes. The notes section can be used to record any additional information related to expenses or to track specific spending categories.
The Monthly No Alcohol Tracker is available in two sizes: A4 and US Letter. There are 30 and 31-day versions included. Use the notes section be used to jot down reasons for abstaining from alcohol, track alcohol-related triggers or patterns, record feelings or mood changes, and set goals for the upcoming weeks.
The Monthly No Smoking Tracker is also available in two sizes: A4 and US Letter. There are 30 and 31-day versions included. Use the notes section to record triggers or cravings, feelings, or any other relevant information that may help you understand your smoking habits and progress towards quitting.
The Daily Exercise Challenge/Tracker is available in two sizes: A4 and US Letter, and both sizes offer 30 and 31-day versions. I recommend utilizing the notes section to color code your exercise types, such as upper body, jogging, legs, etc. By selecting a color for each type of workout, you can easily track your progress by coloring in the corresponding section for each day. This visual representation allows you to see how often you exercise and what types of workouts you completed at a glance by the end of the month.
The Daily Stretching Challenge/Tracker is available in two sizes: A4 and US Letter, and both sizes offer 30 and 31-day versions. The notes section in a monthly daily stretching tracker can be used to record the duration, type of stretches, and any notes on how the body feels before and after stretching. Additionally, it can be used to jot down any modifications or adjustments made to the stretching routine.
The Monthly Wellness Tracker is a comprehensive tool for tracking multiple aspects of your wellbeing all on the same page. With designated sections for tracking your mood, water intake, sleep, exercise, and food, you can easily monitor your daily habits and identify patterns. By using this tracker regularly, you can gain insight into how these different factors may be impacting your overall wellness, and make adjustments as needed to improve your health and wellbeing.
One of the most popular trackers on the website is the weight loss tracker, which happens to be one of my personal favorites due to its elegant design. It’s available in both A4 and US Letter sizes, and it simplifies progress tracking with fields for entering your starting weight, goal weight, and intermediary goals for each week, along with the corresponding rewards. Additionally, there’s a field for recording your main goal and the ultimate reward for achieving it.
I hope you’re enjoying these habit trackers so far! Do you have any feedback or suggestions for additional trackers I could add to the list? I’d love to hear your thoughts on how you like to use habit trackers – which format do you find most helpful, or do you have any tips for making the most of them? Let me know in the comments below!