What gets tracked, gets done, right? After all often we have things totally different in mind as they were in reality. Let's say: You think you have meditated quite often over the month and when you really track it or write it down somewhere you see that you have maybe meditated two times per week and even that not regularly.
And this is where a Habit Tracker comes into play! If you put it into your Bullet Journal you can tick the boxes when you did what. Just make sure you do not start with more than three different things per week you want to track - this can get a bit overwhelming.
You can easily draw this Fall Habit Tracker yourself but you can also get it in our store as a printable to download, print it or transfer it into your Bullet Journal with Graphit Paper*.
You do not need a lot of material for your Fall Habit Tracker. Here is what I've used.
How to draw a Habit Tracker
Here is an overview what you'll learn in the video. Just click on the links and you automatically go to that minute in the video. I show you step by step how to draw this lovely Fall Habit Tracker. However, you can of course also use Christmas Doodles and colors for your Tracker and then you can use it for December. That's up to you!
0:55 Let's start drawing the Habit Tracker
1:43 Count the dot grid to get the Bullet Journal Spread right
1:54 Create 31 squares, one for each day of the month
2:45 Washi Tape for the Habit Tracker Heading
3:21 Let's use the White Sharpie
4:09 Color the Habit Tracker
5:43 Separate the boxes to track different habits
7:48 Fall Doodles
9:06 Let's color the Doodles
Let's start drawing the Habit Tracker
Drawing the Habit Tracker is first about counting the squares in your dot grid journal. Make sure that you have all 31 squares drawn - that is what you definitely need. After that you can easily draw "around" your box and put the Washi Tape on it. Don't forget - you can peel of the Washi Tape at any time. So if you use a pencil first you are save because you can change everything at any time.
Count the dot grid to get the Bullet Journal Spread right
Before you start doodling and/or setting up the heading make sure you have all 31 squares in your Journal you need.
Create 31 Squares, one for each Day of the Month
I have three squares width and four squares hight. For me that's the perfect size, then I can track three different habits over the month.
Washi Tape for the Habit Tracker Heading
Once I have drawn my box around the Squares I put in the piece of Washi Tape. The great thing is that I can peal it off at any time so it doesn't matter if it does not turn out right.
Let's use the White Sharpie
I use the white sharpie to write on the Washi Tape. I use a thin one. This way I can add a doodle and maybe a few dots.
Color the Habit Tracker
Now I color my habit tracker with fall colours. Each row gets a different colour but it all fits to the other spreads. My fall colours are grey, orange, yellow, and a light green from the set of the Zebra Mildliner pens.
Separate the boxes to track different habits
Once the spread is coloured I just draw with the Micron Fineliner the lines for the different habits. This way I can easily cross off whatever I track for the month.
And last but not least I decided to put a few fall doodles around my spread. I just love these colours. Fall doesn't have to be a dark and sad time. It can be fun with the right attitude and colours around you.
Freebie "How to draw Fall Leaves"
Here is a freebie for you! When you watched the tutorial you know how easy it is to draw your own leaves but here is a spread to try it first, step by step. You can get it in our store.
Fall Habit Tracker
If you are short on time or simply want my Fall Habit Tracker, here you go. I've added the printable to our store. Download it, glue it into your Bullet Journal or simply use Graphit Paper to transfer it.
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