40+ Creative Bullet Journal Tracker Ideas

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One of my favorite things to add to my bullet journal are trackers. There are so many different trackers you can add to your bullet journal.

There are mood trackers, fitness trackers, self-care trackers, habit trackers, holiday trackers and more.

In this post, you’ll find a wide variety of creative bullet journal tracker ideas.

Before I share the trackers, make sure you check out my favorite bullet journal tools below.

Gather Your Bullet Journal Supplies

Leuchtturm1917: This is my all-time favorite notebook to use for journaling. There’s no better journal in my opinion.

iBayam Colored Pens: I love these pens. They’re affordable, you get just the right amount of colors, and they don’t bleed through the paper. I couldn’t ask for anything more when it comes to colored pens for my bullet journal.

Journal Stencils: When I first began journaling, I wondered how people made such perfect shapes in their journals. You can imagine my surprise when I discovered these journal stencils.

Bullet Journal Trackers

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lemon or orange slice mood tracker

I love this lemon or orange slice mood tracker. This is a simple and creative way to track your mood.

Credit: @bujo.by.lo

kite mood tracker

Kites are actually really easy and fun to draw. I love the idea of using kites to track your mood. I also love the colors used here.

Credit: @bulletsandconfetti

squares mood tracker

This mood tracker is so simple, yet still looks really nice. I really love the header design used for this tracker.

Credit: @bulletsandconfetti

wall decor mood tracker

I love the trackers that use wall decorations for tracking your mood. This tracker uses books, mugs, plants and more that are on shelves.

Credit: @marthasjournal

scarf mood tracker

Once the fall comes around, this tracker would be perfect for tracking your mood. You could also adjust the theme based on the season.

Credit: @plinthced

reindeer mood tracker

Here’s a tracker that’s perfect for December. It has a great Christmas theme that’s so creative and cute.

Credit: @xpaperwingsx

candy cane mood tracker

This Christmas mood tracker uses candy canes to track your daily mood. I love this festive tracker.

Credit: @thejournaltea

flag mood tracker

If you love bunting, I think that it would be fun to create a bunting themed mood tracker. Choose your favorite colors and designs for your triangles.

Credit: @paperi.lintu

instagram mood tracker

I’m loving this cute and creative Instagram tracker. What a fun way to track your followers on Instagram.

Credit: @bujowithnato

bubbles mood tracker

If you love a good bubble bath, I know you can appreciate this bubble bath mood tracker. I love the candles sitting by the bath tub too.

Credit: @allcutified

milk tea mood tracker

Wow, this mood tracker is stunning. I would love to create something like this for my bullet journal. The artist was so creative with this spread.

Credit: @thelamejournal

roses mood tracker

You can’t go wrong with a simple floral mood tracker. This spread uses roses to track your daily mood. Choose your own favorite flower to track your mood.

Credit: @bujoandcookies

instagram mood tracker

Here’s another Instagram tracker that I really love. You don’t have to track your Instagram followers with this spread. You can track whatever you’d like.

Credit: @wiscobujo

crystals mood tracker

Crystal themed trackers are always a lot of fun to draw. This spread also includes the moon, clouds, and a crystal ball.

Credit: @izstudying

sleep tracker

If you’d like to keep track of your sleep, consider making a sleep tracker. I love the overall design of this sleep tracker.

Credit: @mashaplans

water tracker

Creating a water tracker is a simple way to make sure you’re drinking enough water.

Credit: @wellellabujo

year in pixels tracker

I love the idea of tracking your mood using a yearly pixel tracker. This would be really nice to look back on once the year is complete.

Credit: @bujowithbeth

mailbox mood tracker

Isn’t this a really cute mood tracker? This tracker would be perfect for the month of February because it has a love theme.

Credit: @smallestdot

book tracker

If you love to read books, keep track of the books you read every month with this book tracker.

Credit: @creativefiggy

gratitude log

This gratitude log has a fall theme, but you can change the design based on the time of year. I love the idea of tracking what you’re grateful for every day.

Credit: @magicalbujo

day planner for bullet journal

What is your ideal day? Plan out your idea day with this simple tracker. What a fun way to plan out your daily schedule.

Credit: @planwithmaddy

floral mood tracker

Here’s a mood and habit tracker that I think is just gorgeous. The font, design, and colors all go so well together.

Credit: @wildeyesbujo

rainbow mood tracker

I think that this mood tracker would be great for the month of April because the rainbow and rain drops remind me of spring.

Credit: @littleolivebujo

sleep tracker

This sleep tracker is a bit more advanced, but looks great. Not only does it have great art, but the font used here is fantastic.

Credit: @bujowithpau

snail habit tracker

This is such a fun and cute habit tracker. You’ll use snails to track your monthly habits, such as reading, working out, etc.

Credit: @jjournalfairy

workout challenge spread

If you’re participating in a workout challenge, consider using this workout challenge tracker as a reference.

Credit: @littleolivebujo

purple gratitude log

Live in gratitude with a daily gratitude tracker. I would love to do something similar to this using daises.

Credit: @magicalbujo

water tracker with doodles

This water tracker shows you the benefits of drinking water, which is a great motivator to keep you on track.

Credit: @mashaplans

mood tracker with moon

This mood tracker is very unique and creative. Using stencils can help you create perfect circles like the ones in this spread.

Credit: @jashiicorrin

habit tracker with pear drawings

This habit tracker is so lovely. I love the pear and fruit slices and the color palette. “Success comes from what you do consistently.”

Credit: @jamdoodless

habit tracker with retro drink drawing

This habit tracker is simple and uses a fun blue and purple pastel color palette. I love this 30 day habit tracker.

Credit: @tritopus_

couch to 5k tracker

If you’re doing the couch to 5k challenge, this is a great tracker reference for you. A wellness and mood tracker is also included.

Credit: @doodlelou.co

black and gold sleep tracker

This sleep tracker reminds me of The Great Gatsby movie with the design and gold and black color scheme.

Credit: @cynthiabujo

netflix and chill tracker

If you want to have a little fun, create a Netflix and Chill tracker. What a great way to keep track of the TV shows that you watch.

Credit: @da__kaa

selfcare bingo

Keep track of your self-care practices with this self-care bingo spread. The more you practice self-care, the closer you get to achieving a bingo.

Credit: @hayleys.bujo

study tracker

Here’s a simple way to keep track of the time you spend studying. I love this minimalist studying spread.

Credit: @lisenlettering

yellow and black study tracker

If you’re looking for a minimalist tracker idea, this study tracker provides you with a simple way to track whatever you’d like.

Credit: @littlebyjoy

sleep log

This sleep log features cans of fruit juice and uses different fruit colors to track your daily mood.

Credit: @purplepotatou

monthly habit tracker

I really love this habit tracker. This tracker logs things like exercise, healthy eating, and skincare.

Credit: @teanbujo

reading tracker

Here’s another creative reading tracker. Each time you finish a book, you’ll fill in the title on one of the books on your shelf.

Credit: @whimsical.doodles

succulent mood tracker

If you’re looking for plant bullet journal spread ideas, this habit and mood tracker is perfect for you.

Credit: @wildeyesbujo

sleep and mood tracker

These sleep and mood trackers are so simple and creative. I love how straight forward both of these trackers are.

Credit: @ann.calligraphy

I hope this post has given you some great ideas for your next bullet journal tracker.