One of the best ways to maintain a habit is to keep track of when you’re doing it. Likewise, with monthly tasks, a checklist ensures you do it when needed. This set of printable task and habit trackers is perfect for those who love a list.
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I don’t know about you, but February is usually about the time that I start getting lazy about my resolutions. I’ve lost the motivation that comes with the new year and slowly losing momentum.
It’s much easier to eat some chocolate than to drink some more boring water. It’s much easier to watch a few hours of Netflix than to go for a walk around the park.
If you need a little help getting back on track, it doesn’t really matter what the date on the calendar is. Every single day is a good day to start building healthy habits.
Printable task and habit trackers
I made these two printables to be pretty flexible.
There’s a column to write down what you’re supposed to be doing. Add just one or two goals/tasks or write down a bunch. Each day, color in or check off the square when you’ve accomplished that day’s activity.
The daily habit tracker is perfect for building habits like
- getting up early
- drinking more water
- taking vitamins
- writing goals
The monthly task tracker is perfect for remembering repetitive tasks like
- paying bills
- adding to savings
- cleaning tasks
- car maintenance
- changing your furnace filter (Unless you do this!)
Seeing your success, even if it isn’t consistent yet, will help you keep going. I recommend picking some bright, cheerful pens or markers and picking a different color for each task or day of the week. Get creative and make it fun!
How to get the printable
This prints on two 8.5×11-inch pages.
You may need to allow popups or give permission to download. See Printables Troubleshooting and FAQ for help. If you want to save this for later, please pin an image from this blog post instead of saving the direct link to the PDF.
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