Since the start of my bullet journal journey I have been notoriously bad at keeping up with trackers. After trying them every month for a while, and failing miserably, I just stopped using them. But now that I am almost six years into bullet journaling, I realised that I needed to make my trackers work for me, and track things that made sense to me instead of trying to copy what others were tracking. My approach is to use it to see where I’m spending my time, and if I am actually doing the things that I want to do every day. So this is what my monthly tracker looks like now.
Each image represents and activity related to hobbies, work, or self care that I want to get a better handle on how often I am doing them. As you can see some columns remained completely blank last month. I decided to take them out of the tracker for now, and figure out a way to build those habits over the next few months.
Here is my tracker for February
Here’s what I’m tracking:
- Blogging every day for the Ultimate Blog Challenge. Yes! I will be writing a blog post every day this month, so keep an eye out for this. It’s been a couple of years since I’ve done a blog every day challenge. I’m excited!
- My daily tweet with a favourite quote. Follow me here.
- Newsletter sent
- Post on Instagram
- Post in Facebook Group
- Photo with DSLR
- Early bedtime
I also have some separate trackers for a few other projects.
I’m using this fun tracker from Karen Abend as I try to develop a consistent sketchbook habit.
And finally my reading log as I make my way towards my reading goal of 70 books.
Phew! I think I need to lie down! What things do you track?