Do you need a 30 day habit tracker printable to track a new habit this month? Or maybe you are looking for a 31 day tracker or 28 day tracker (or maybe even a 29 for those leap years!)
No matter what month you need a monthly habit tracker for, we’ve got the free printable habit tracker templates for you. This free set of printables includes a tracker for each month of the year so you can track your good habits (or bad habits) each month.
You’ll have two different designs for each month of the year. Version 1 has the option to track multiple monthly habits. Version 2 only has you track the most important thing of your choice (1 habit vs. multiple habits). And you have the option to print off multiple copies of version 2.
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Plus, as a bonus, I’ve included a weekly habit tracker for your weekly habits and a yearly habit tracker that matches so that you can get a real overview of your progress on one specific habit for an entire year. Yearly trackers are the best way to look for a pattern in your habit behavior (I suggest using one of these if you are working with a psychologist, therapist, doctor, etc. on tracking a specific habit or moods.
Building habits can help you achieve a new goal or create a new daily routine. In order to make a real change in your daily habits, the time it will take varies from person to person.
Some studies suggest you have to repeat a habit consistently for about 2 months before it becomes a routine while older studies say it takes about 21 days. In reality, it will just depend on you.
I do suggest to start with small steps or even smaller, mini goals, that will help you work toward a bigger goal. The most important information I can give you is to make sure that you are introducing concrete tasks vs. a general “habit” you want to accomplish to be your best self.
Simply tracking “a healthier lifestyle” is not concrete enough. Instead, you can track habits such as: drinking water, moving your body “x” amount of minutes per day, decreasing screen time, etc.
A great way to track your progress and encourage yourself to complete your new good habit is to track your habits. It is a visual reminder of your progress toward a goal.
Here at Mom Envy, I have a ton of free habit tracker printables to help you! With the help of these free habit tracker templates, you’ll be on your way to creating better habits.
What Do the Printable Templates Look Like?
These freebies have a very simple habit tracker design. They are for people who prefer a minimalist type of tracker similar to what you would create bullet journaling. If you want a cute design, you’ll need to use one of my seasonal habit trackers that have cutesy designs.
Here is an example of each of the different versions below.
28 & 29 Day Tracker Examples
Despite only representing one month of the year, February has not one, but two versions. It includes both a standard 28 day year and a 29 day year for leap years.
Alternatively, this option has the ability to track just one habit for the entire month.
30 Day Tracker Examples
Here is an example of the 30-day tracker that is included for multiple habits in a month. It is for the month of April.
This alternative version of a 30 day tracker is for a single habit. Here is the example for the month of November.
31 Day Tracker Examples
Here is an example of a 31-day tracker for multiple habits within a month. This one shows January.
This version of the 31 day tracker is for a single habit. The example is for the month of December.
Monthly Tracker for ANY Month
Want a tracker that looks the same each month? Just use the generic monthly version instead.
Weekly Habit Tracker
Yearly Habit Tracker Example
How Do You Download the Free Habit Trackers?
Or, you can scroll to the bottom of the page to click the large “Click to Download” image to get the freebies.
Habit Tracker Ideas
There are SO many things you can track using a habit tracker. You can find my list of 175 things to track in your planner which includes many ideas for using a habit tracker. But here are a few ideas you could use these printable files for:
- daily number of glasses of water
- exercise amount
- cleaning routine
- weight loss
- screen time habits
- decreasing Starbucks (or other coffee shop) trips
- decreasing take out food or junk food
- no-spend days
Non-Habit Tracker Ideas
You can also use the printables as a visual way for tracking things other than habit tracking. Here are some ideas:
- Symptom tracker
- body pains
- Work hours
- Period days
- Fertile days
Can I Use the Files in a Digital Planner?
Yes, I have included files that you can use in a digital planner. I suggest using the transparent PNG files if you want to insert them into a digital planner. If you want to just use it as a stand alone file, I would use the printable pdf file.
What Size are the Printables Available In?
The free printables come in US Letter size and Classic Happy Planner Size.
Can I Resize the Bucket List Printables to Different Sizes?
Yes, you can resize them for any size planner. If you are looking to print just a half-letter sheet, all you need to do is set it to print 2 pages per page and it will automatically cut the size in half. If you would like a different size like A5, follow this how to resize planner printables post.
What File Types are Included
- PDF format
- JPG format
- Transparent PNG format (for digital planners)
What is the Best Paper to Use for the Habit Trackers?
I suggest printing the habit trackers on a sturdier paper such as a 32 lb paper, like this one from Amazon. You can use standard printer paper as well, but the thicker paper keeps pens and markers from bleeding through to the back.
Can I Print the Pages Elsewhere?
Yes! You can send the free printables of your choice to a local print shop to print it if needed.
Weekly vs. Yearly vs Monthly Habit Tracker
Most of my readers use trackers that track an entire month. They’re always my most popular type of tracker I think because people like to look at patterns over an entire month vs. an entire year.
Sometimes you may not need to track a habit over an entire year or the idea of tracking something for an entire year is daunting. The weekly tracker is similar but looks at an even smaller sample of time. Both the monthly and weekly trackers let you track multiple habits.
The yearly tracker is for one single habit. It is better to show you an overview of a habit that you want to work on long-term (such as increasing your water intake, going to the gym, doing your homework each night, etc.).
Looking for More Free Habit Trackers?
When you sign up by email address to my free Mom Envy members club, you’ll get access to all of my freebies. The great thing is that means you’ll get access to hundreds of planner freebies.
I have so many more free habit trackers on my site including fun seasonally themed trackers. Check them some of my favorite free trackers below.
- mini habit trackers
- circular habit tracker
- more yearly habit trackers
- simple landscape habit trackers (our most popular set)
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