“Don’t count the days; make the days count.”
– Muhammad Ali
Have you ever attempted to create massive changes in your life at New Year, only to be left feeling disappointed by February? Here’s a simple solution. Use a habit tracker to make small, achievable tweaks to your daily routine.
Here are 5 things I love about using a habit tracker:
1) You can customise it.
You use one A4 page per month and choose your own goals or habits.
2) It’s satisfying and motivating.
You can tick off the squares or colour them in. By the end of the month you will see how many things you have achieved.
3) You can add something easy that you would do every day anyway.
This could be brushing your teeth, making a coffee or checking your emails. Adding a habit that you already have builds in some guaranteed success to your day; it’s so motivating to tick something off straight away!
4) You can add self-care reminders…
…alongside your personal, family, creative, health and career goals. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. You could choose ‘Watch a movie once a week,’ ‘Coffee with a friend’ or ‘Buy myself a treat’.
5) You can drop a habit.
If you find that you didn’t do well at maintaining one of the habits, consider just leaving it off next month. Add something else that you really do want to do! Go easy on yourself.
Get your free printable Habit Tracker when you sign up to receive my weekly cartoons. Your first email also comes with quirky colouring pages to calm your consciousness, and tickle your fancy. Click below to get your habit tracker now and I’ll send you snippets of sunshine one scribble at a time.
This offer is only open until the end of January 2018, so get your habit tracker today!
Please note that all freebies on my site are for personal use only, and may not be sold. Feel free to share this freebie, but please credit me and link back to this page when placing my images on your blog or social media. Thank you for your cooperation!
Now I’d like to hear from you. What ONE habit would you love to add to your day this month?