If you decided to start a bullet journal you might also look for tracker ideas that you could add to your pages.
If that’s the case – seek no further!
Here’s an ultimate list of 150+ different trackers you can use for any occasion.
(you could literally get lost here with all the possibilities available! 😀 )
To make browsing this article easier, I’ve organized this list of things to track into groups so you can jump straight to the section which interests you the most.
Ready to see this ultimate list of tracker ideas?
Here it is!
Happy tracking! 😉
Career & Work Trackers
Business certificates gained
Business courses I’ve attended
Business courses I want to attend
School / college class attendance
Things To Track In Your Online Business
Website/blog analytic/stats tracker
Blog posts published
Blog posts updates
Social media account statistics
Social media followers
Facebook groups joined
Facebook groups – thread tracker
Pinned to Pinterest
Email subscribers tracker
(here you can take a look at different bullet journal budget and finance pages to get ideas and inspiration for your own layouts)
Health & Wellbeing Trackers
What I ate in a day
(you can check out mood tracker ideas for some creative inspiration!)
Hair salon visits
Skincare routine tracker
(if you want to see some examples, check out these creative bullet journal health and fitness pages)
Out of school activities
Tooth fairy visits
Family & Friends Trackers
Get togethers with friends
Relationship (Romance) Trackers
Gestures of love
Home & Garden Things To Track
(check out the post on meal planning – you’ll discover why it’s useful to have one and get a step-by-step guide on how to create it)
New meals tried out
Sunset / sunrise
Things To Track On Your Personal Development Journey
(you must have a look at the habit tracker’s benefits because it can give you so many insights if you know the right way to approach it. Also, believe it or not, you can even use a habit tracker instead of a planner – see how!)
Books to read
Courses to take
(check out free online courses on Alison)
(in case you don’t know, I’m super-passionate about goals and here you can find many posts about this topic, but I think the best, and most comprehensive, is this one that guides you from creating to achieving your goal)
Morning routine tracker
Evening routine tracker
(consider reading how to create a schedule as an intro to creating a consistent daily routine)
(tracking your achievements is a great way to see your success in one place. you can check out 6 more lists you can make to both do the work and feel happy and content)
What I learned
Trackers For The Spiritual Aspect
Trackers For Hobbies, Creativity, And Fun Time
Trips to take
Crafts to try
Music to listen
Movies to watch
TV shows to watch
TV shows watched
TV episode/season tracker
(if you haven’t started your bullet journal yet, here’s a complete -and honest- guide to bullet journaling for beginners)
Museums / galleries visits
Sport events attended
Favorite Sport team
Trackers For Community Aspect
Local activities involved in
And, what do you know – you’ve reached the end!
Although this might seem like an ultimate list of things to track, by all means, it is not a definite one.
Also, I have to say that most of these tracker ideas are categorized according to the Level 10 life.
It’s a good starting point for a self-improvement journey, so if you’re new to this concept and curious to know more about it, you can check out this blog post – it’s worth taking the time.
(and for even more personal development ideas I have a post about 100 goals you can set this -or any other- year)
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