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March Mood Tracker & March Habit Tracker – Free Planner Printable

Looking for a March mood tracker or March habit tracker? This clover themed mood tracker and habit tracker is perfect for the month of March.

March is a fun month because we welcome spring, celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, Mardi Gras, and sometimes, we even celebrate Easter. With so much happening, I have seen some amazing spreads with fun themes for the month of March.

St. Patrick’s Day is the theme I decided to go with for my free March tracker. But, since it’s just clovers and not a cute little leprechaun, it works well for a spring theme, too.

This image shows the March mood tracker available to download at the end of this post. It is is an image of the March mood and habit tracker on a notebook on green stained wood with St. Patrick’s day things around it including a green felt shamrock, a gold horseshoe, green and white stripped straws, and green clover shaped glasses.

What is a Mood Tracker used for?

Mood trackers are a great way to track your moods on a daily basis. You color in one shape representing your mood for each day of the month.

For those that are struggling with mental health, it can be very helpful to use a monthly mood tracker. First, it requires you to reflect on each day as a whole and how you are feeling – like a mood diary.

Second, by looking back at your month’s moods, you can see if there is a trend or pattern in your bad days and happier ones. Then you can possibly adjust your lifestyle to remove common bad day triggers or add in more of an activity that results in good days.

Can I use this as a Habit Tracker or Health Tracker?

Yes! This tracker is versatile as it comes included with multiple versions of blank keys. Instead of filling in your daily mood, you can fill in your habit each day.

For example, you can use it to track water intake. You can have a different color represent a certain amount of water. Then, you’ll just color in the corresponding color for each day based on your water intake.

Another example would be to use it as a no spend tracker. You could use one color for no spend and a second color (or no color) for a day you spent money. Each day, you could color in the tracker to correspond if you spent money or not.

There are so many ways to use habit trackers. There is no perfect way to use it – you can use it however it fits your own personal needs.

Need some more ideas of what to track? Download this generic habit tracker and a list of habits you can track.

This image shows the March mood tracker available to download at the end of this post. At the top of the image, it says Free March Mood & Habit Tracker in black text overlayed on green. Below that is an image of the March mood and habit tracker on a notebook in a field of green clover.

March Mood Tracker & Habit Tracker – Shamrock-themed Tracker

For this March tracker, you will color in a shamrock in a different color (or a different shade of green) for each day of the month. There is a blank key at the bottom of the tracker so you can make each color you choose represent whatever you would like.

Whether you want to track good and bad mood days or you want to track a habit. It’s flexible and can be used in a way that works for you.

What type of Planner can I use the Tracker in?

You can use it for any size planner or type of planner. The standard sizes the planner printable is made in are:

  • Letter size (or Big HP)
  • Classic HP size
  • A5

If you would like to use it for a differently sized planner, check out our guide for how to resize any planner printable to fit any size planner.

If you’re a bullet journal user, you can use this as a mood tracker spread by printing it and gluing it into your March bullet journal section. Another great idea would be to use some St. Patrick’s day washi tape to tape it into your bullet journal (wouldn’t that look cute??) It would be a great addition after your monthly spread or at the end of your weekly spreads for the month.

Can I use a Digital Planner?

Yes, you can use a digital planner. I have included a PNG with a transparent background and a white background for each file so that you can paste it into your digital planner spread for March. Download the files from the folder called Digital Planning Files.

Another cute, free St. Patrick’s Day planner printable?

In addition to this March tracker, I have another free planner printable for St. Patrick’s day. This free planner printable set for March includes planner clips or die-cuts and planner inserts. The inserts are flexible and are similar to half letter size or fauxbonichi size – they’re meant to be an overlay in a weekly spread or monthly spread.

You can write down your menu plan for the week, track your to do list, write about why you’re lucky, or use it another way that works best for you.

More Mood Tracker Ideas

Need an April mood tracker? Check out our adorable bunny-themed mood and habit tracker for April. Want to track another month or want a different style? This free circle habit tracker can be used for any month.

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Have a differently sized planner or a traveler’s notebook? No worries! You can print the letter size calendar for any size planner. You can read the full directions on how to resize planner printables here (including videos). 

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