The fun part of bullet journaling is creating your own pages and the easiest way to start is to create a tracker page. There is no limit to the number of bullet journal trackers you can put in your BUJO; some of which include habit trackers, mood trackers, water trackers, sleep trackers, and so much more!
It never fails -am I right?! You start in a specific planner style (say, the disc system) and within months you want to change up your planner game…again. I’m not gonna lie. I’m feeling that itch again! As I prepared this post, I realized how much I miss my Stalogy 365 bullet journal and all its’ pretty covers!
In this post, I’ll be sharing 6 creative bullet journal tracker pages I had created in my Stalogy 365. Since I can’t draw, I’ll also share my hack for getting bullet journal style images on your pages along with other creative tips to help you create your own pretty bullet journal pages.
We are all creative! But sometimes we forget that or don’t see it because we can’t draw; or compile a page structure; or decide on colors and composition. But you don’t have to worry about any of that. I’ve done the work for you already!
All of the bullet journal tracker pages I’ll show you are simple structures based on tables or boxes, except for two. It really is all about the boxes!
There is something cathartic about immersing yourself into creating bullet journal trackers, pages and spreads. Even the simple act of making lines can be relaxing! For each page style I created, I first set the page structure up using a good ole’ pencil!
01. Simple Online Ordering Tracker
This has to be one of the easiest bullet journal tracker pages! First decide what you need to (or want to) track. Then decide if you want to make your page structure horizontal or vertical -either composition will work.
The beauty of using a bullet journal that has a grid or dot grid is it makes it super easy to create tables. Be sure to leave enough room at the top for your images.
Now, here comes my hack if you can’t draw. Ready?! TRACE IT! That’s it!
That is exactly what I did with the shopping bags image. I placed the Happy Planner sticker image behind the page I was using and just traced an outline. Easy peasy!! Then I used an outline lettering technique to create a header, colored it in and the page is ready for me to start tracking my online orders.
You can use any colors you like on your page, but I definitely recommend Tombow Dual Brush Pens! They have an amazing array of colors and the brush tips makes it super easy to get into those tight spots!
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02. Seasonal Online Ordering Tracker
This next bullet journal tracker is actually a two-page spread. On the left side is a seasonal goals tracker page with a coordinating online ordering tracker on the right side.
It was so much fun creating these two bullet journal trackers! This online ordering tracker uses the same table concept as the first tracker except for that little pumpkin in the corner. Can you believe it’s actually an image I fussy cut out of a seasonal notepad?! Yup, no lie! To finish off this cute pumpkin, I added a swirly twig vine with my black Micron 01 pen.
I wasn’t joking when I said these bullet journal trackers were going to be super easy! The final touch was to glue down small leaf shapes that I cut out with a paper punch. I wanted the page to look like leaves were falling from the autumn trees!
02.1 Seasonal Goals Tracker
Would you believe me if I told you the stencil I used for this bullet journal page was…..real leaves?! Well, it was! I used a variety of real leaves (previously dried and pressed) that I had collected during the fall season and just varied their placement on the page.
To add interest, I used a variety of stamping ink colors to shade around the page edge, giving me a clean center page to draw my box. Add some fancy lettering, extra stencil tracings and it was done and ready for me to use!
03. Leaves Mood Tracker
This bullet journal tracker had two parts to it. The first part was tracing out the seasonal leaves using a stencil. I added below this a colored index of the different moods and would then color in the leaves based on the color index.
But, as I was using this page I decided I wanted to add some warm copper glitter to give it a little more of an autumnal feel. So I decided to use my glue pen to adhere the glitter (the image shows the work in progress before shaking off the excess).
This page was a little more tricky because I had learned the hard way the glitter was still coming off (a lot of it ended up at the bottom of my tote bag). So to combat that problem, I used a dab of mod podge to seal the glitter to the page. Worked like a charm!
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04. Ghosts Mood Tracker
When creating a Halloween bullet journal spread remember, it can be cute too! For this ghoulish October mood tracker I used a paperclip. No special tools, simply a paperclip.
The ghosts, their bows, the spiders and the smaller corner spider webs were the only draw elements on this page. To recreate the ghosts you’ll need a large silver paperclip and all you do is trace over the top of the paperclip for the curved part and then draw in the jagged bottom. I had to go that extra mile and add eyelashes on my girly ghosts too!
The small corner spider webs were drawn in but the larger ones came from a Happy Planner sticker book. I don’t like spiders but the ones I drew are just adorable (…never thought I’d hear myself say that about a spider)!
04.1 Memories and Gratitude Tracker
By far, this is the easiest tracker to create!! Simply label your lines for each day of the month, letter in a header and you are ready to record those memories and gratitude!
05. Body Tracker
While I thought it was a great tracker to include in my bullet journal, I didn’t really keep up with it. The concept was inspired from one I saw online and then modified it to my needs and design capabilities.
Both body trackers use a table/boxes concept to contain the data. The top table will track in a graph format weight for each month. The second table was for measurements by month. I added in a Happy Planner sticker quote that reads, “compliment yourself” and some yellow measurement washi tape at the bottom of the page.
05.1 Weight Loss Tracker
Again this tracker utilized the table or box concept and it’s actually quiet a popular layout to use. I drew in a header and added in some lettering for effect. I used Happy Planner stickers from the Healthy Hero collection to add two quotes, (1) “make yourself a priority” and (2) “be happy, active & healthy”; I also added a Healthy Hero planner girl sticker and some cute purple sneakers too!
06. Books I’ve Read Tracker
This books tracker was so pretty I wished I had used it more. I used to read a lot, but now it’s about finding the time. But, if you are an avid reader and you want to track the books you’ve read, this is a super cute way to do it -bullet journal style!
My books tracker bullet journal page was also the inspiration for my Home Projects Planning Page I created recently over on my YouTube channel. Be sure to check it out and don’t forget to subscribe!
Creating the books consisted of drawing two lines and simply connecting the ends with a curved line. I made them in different lengths and thicknesses and added them on top of a “shelf” which also consists of two lines.
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The plants are traced from some Happy Planner journaling stickers I had on hand. Although I could’ve used the plant stickers, I didn’t want to do that. So I just traced them out and colored them in using Tombow Dual Brush Pens. I finished this page by adding a center “framed” picture quote and another box at the bottom to track the month I read the book (for each month I used a different color).
06.1 Books I Want To Read Tracker
This bullet journal tracker was structured much like the memories and gratitude page. I outlined square bullets to list books I was interested in reading; lettered in a header and quote and; finished the page off with some eyeglass washi tape at the bottom.
Just remember when you are creating a bullet journal tracker or page, pre-planning out the page is key. For all of these trackers, I made sure to take into account the number of available squares and used that as a guide. The Stalogy 365 I used was a B6 size.
So there you have 6 bullet journal trackers to inspire your next BUJO spread. Which bullet journal tracker page spoke to you? Drop a comment below and let’s chat about it!!
If you are inspired to create one of these bullet journal trackers don’t forget to share by tagging me on Instagram and using #btdinspired, I’d love to see your work (and I just might repost your photo)!
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