Did you know that It takes on average 66 days to form a new habit? New habits are hard to keep. It’s essential to keep track of our habits. Are you making progress? Do you need to make any changes?
To help give you some inspiration, here at Yop and Tom, we have created a printable list of over 60 different habits you may want to track. Just fill in the form below to get the PDF emailed to you
It’s much easier to monitor your progress if you mark it in a bullet journal every day. We can identify trends and make changes if we can see it written down. For example, if we can see that every Saturday we drink less water than we should then we can take steps to make sure we drink more on these days.
Habit trackers are one of the most useful elements of bullet journaling. What you want to track in your habit tracker will be down to you and your own goals you are working on. Some common categories are fitness, wellbeing and business or work.
For some further inspiration on how to build some habit trackers, don’t forget to check out our Pinterest board.
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