About forty percent of daily life is shaped by habit, so when we follow good habits, it’s much easier to be happier, healthier, productive, and creative. This habit tracker prompts you to record specific progress and choose from Gretchen Rubin’s “21 Strategies for Habit Change” to help you build your habits and achieve your aims. The pages provide structure and flexibility, with space to visualize progress in different ways, use “pass” stickers if you need to take a day off, award yourself gold-star stickers to celebrate your milestones, get reminders from Gretchen Rubin’s Habits Manifesto, and suggestions for ways to use this tracker effectively. “Don’t break the chain” is a powerful strategy for building daily habits, and this tracker makes it easier to maintain.
Ana Miminoshvili is a freelance illustrator and a designer from Tbilisi, Georgia.
- Includes 112 page tracker and two sticker sheets
- 100 gsm, uncoated paper
- Dimensions: 7.6" W x 6" L x 0.5" spine
- Case bound, lay-flat binding
- Elastic band closure
This Journal is very helpful. The smaller size is just right - plenty of room for quantitative metrics and also for notes, comments, reflection and analysis. I have a tendency to try to do too much at the same time and this Journal helps me focus on one habit per month. Much more manageable; more likely to be successful. Thank you!
Very helpful. Not only a diary but I can see how my decision to start a new habit or incorporate a new way of doing things has greatly helped me. I can also see a list of things that tried to cause friction in my path and eliminate them. I dont like diaries but I love this one. When it is full I will certainly order another one and also buy for gifts for others.
I really like the designs of your journals. However, I’ve gone paperless. Digital versions of your products are needed!
I love this journal. It has been super motivating for me to check off my habit each day. I also look forward to awarding myself with a gold star at the end of the month!
Each month is well set up for a new habit but when you get to the end of the month it would be a good idea to be able to continue monitoring previous habits as well as new ones