Do you struggle with motivation and staying on track to reach your goals? I sure do! These 30 day tracker printable sheets were created for anyone who needs a little extra help staying focused and intentional in daily life.
It’s a sad reality but I lack organizational skills. I need all the help I can get to stay organized in pretty much every area of running a household. When it comes to setting and keeping goals it’s more of the same. It didn’t used to be this difficult but ever since having our last little guy, the “mom brain” syndrome has become REAL if you know what I mean!
You will find ten different types of habit tracker printables in this blog post, plus one blank one for you to customize.
Eleven 30 Day Habit Tracker Printables
- Water Tracker
- Prayer Tracker
- Reading Tracker
- Decluttering Tracker
- Homemaker Routine Tracker
- Time Spent Outside Tracker
- One on One Time Tracker
- 30 days Random Act Of Kindness Tracker
- No Spend Tracker
- Savings Tracker
- Blank Tracker
Just a few super quick housekeeping things to get out of the way.
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Habit Tracking Benefits
If you’re trying to form a new healthy habit or get rid of bad ones, keeping track of your progress helps you in a few different ways:
- Keeping track of good habits helps you achieve bigger goals.
- It keeps you focused.
- Great way to stay motivated.
- Keeps you accountable.
- It helps you see the progress you’ve made.
1. 30 Days Water Tracker
Raise your hand if you’re horrible at remembering to drink enough water throughout the day 🙋🏻♀️
Yep, I’m right there with ya my friend! This 30-day habit tracker will definitely help you stay on track to drinking your 8 glasses of water a day.
Every time you drink a glass of water put a check mark through one of the little glasses on the sheet. Every time you finish a 16oz bottle of water mark off two little glasses on the tracker. Easy peazy!
2. Homemaker Daily Routine 30 Day Tracker Printable
This simple tracker printable is going to become my new best friend, and hopefully yours too!
Included in the printable are the most basic things we homemakers should stay on top of to keep the home from chaos. The goal is to do these seven household jobs at least six days a week. Don’t worry about spending too much time on each one. Just get things done to keep them from piling up for too long.
Get dressed for the day. If you’re a stay at home mom fight the urge to stay in your comfy pjs. Getting dressed will help with your mindset and make you more productive in your day.
Make your bed.
Do one load of laundry a day from start to finish. wash, fold, put away.
Wipe down kitchen counters and the table where you eat all your meals.
Sweep and/or vacuum the floors in your main living spaces. Kitchen, dining room, living rooms.
15 minute tidy up. Set an alarm for 15 minutes and do a general quick clean up around the house. Or use the time to focus on one thing that needs your attention.
Quickly wipe down all the bathrooms in the house. Don’t worry about getting them squeaky clean, just wipe down the counters and the toilet and take out the garbage.
Place your homemaker routine tracker on the fridge or anywhere it will serve as a daily visual reminder. Even if you need to keep it on the kitchen counter for a few days just to get you going in the right direction every day.
3. Decluttering Tracker
Most of us could stand to get rid of a ton of things around our home, THAT alone will help keep the house a bit more tidy.
This cute houseplant decluttering monthly habit tracker has 37 leaves on it.
The goal here is to get rid of 37 things in one month.
Grab a box or trash bag and pick one or two things to get rid of every day. For every 1 thing you put in that box color in a leaf on the houseplant tracker. When all the leaves have been colored in for that month you’re done!
Print another sheet and repeat as many times as you like throughout the year.
The REAL trick though is to ACTUALLY get rid of that box when it’s filled. Take it to the donation center right away, don’t allow it to sit in your home for too long. Put it in the trunk of your car and the next time you’re out running errands drop it off.
4. Prayer Tracker
Making time to pray every day can be difficult if you don’t already have a routine in place. For me, if I don’t get up before my two year old and read the bible and pray before he’s up chances are I just won’t get around to it.
This 30 day tracker printable will remind you to carve out a few minutes of your day to spend one on one time with the Lord. It’s important to exercise our prayer muscle every day.
This tracker has a place for you to write specific prayers and a place to keep track of when you prayed for each one. It’s especially helpful to keep track of family and friends prayer requests.
5. No Spend Tracker
I used to do no spend trackers all the time when we were trying to get out of debt.
This habit calendar has 31-day slots for you to customize into any month, just make copies and use it for the whole year.
How it works:
-Set a goal for how many days out of the month you don’t want to spend ANY money. For example, in a 30 day month I would set a goal to not spend money 20 days out of the month.
-Write down allowances. Think of what you have going on that month and give yourself one to three things you are allowed to spend on besides the regular monthly bills and groceries.
The money you would have spent during those “no-spend” days use to pay down debt or add to your savings. See the savings tracker below.
6. Savings Tracker
Are you saving up for something? a vacation maybe? Or how about a new piece of furniture you’ve been wanting for a while? Or maybe you just want to set a little more money aside for emergencies.
Using the no spend and savings trackers together is a great way to find extra money to meet your savings goals by putting the money you would have spent during a no spend day towards savings.
How the savings tracker works:
- Set a savings goal.
- Assign each leaf on the savings tracker printable a dollar amount.
- Every time you put that amount into savings color in a leaf.
- Repeat until all the leaves on the tree are colored in.
After you’ve set your savings goal divide that number by 66 (that’s how many leaves are on the tree). The answer will be the dollar amount you have to save in order to color in one leaf.
Example: Let’s say you want to save $1,000.
$1,000 ➗66 = $15.15
But let’s make it super easy and just round it up to $16 even. Every time you put $16 into your savings color in a leaf. By the time all 66 leaves are colored in you will have $1,056 in savings!!
7. Reading Tracker
For all of us homemakers who really want to make reading one of our daily habits, this tracker is for us.
Set a daily amount of minutes per day you want to read for just 5 days a week and color in a book in your tracker.
8. One-On-One Time 30 Day Tracker Printable
Spending one on one time with each of our kids on a daily basis is very important. This time needs to be free of cell phones and other interruptions.
If your kids are younger, spend 15 to 20 minutes playing with them. If they are tweens or older spend the time doing something they want to do or just talking about their day.
You and your spouse can take turns with each child on those busy days when the day just seems to get away from you.
Since our last baby was born I have definitely noticed most of my time revolving around the baby and his needs. Leaving my teenagers more and more on their own. I really don’t want this to become the new normal in our family just because the older kids are independent and don’t “need” me as much.
However this time looks for you just make sure you are present and in the moment without distractions.
How the tracker works:
Print one tracker for each of your kids and put their name on it.
Every time you spend one on one time with each child, color in different colors a line on the heart. There are 30 lines in each heart so you can color one for each day of the month.
9. Time Outside Tracker 30 Day Tracker Printable
Just within the last few years have I begun to understand how good for us it is to spend time outside every day.
Getting vitamin D from the sun and breathing in fresh air is essential to our physical and mental well being.
I was listening to a podcast recently that talked about how great outdoor time is for kids academic well being. They shared a statistic, I can’t remember the exact numbers, but children who spent time outside scored significantly higher in test scores than kids who spent most of their time indoors. Not that test scores matter all that much, but it just goes to show all the different areas of our lives spending time outdoors benefits. Ginny Yurich from 1000 hours outside has an awesome habit tracker app that keeps track of all the hours you spend outside for the entire year. The app costs $2.99 but if you don’t want to spend the money just print this free habit tracker template.
Use this 30 day tracker printable to make sure you and the kids get outside every single day even if just for a few minutes. Color in a sunshine for every day you get out.
10. Random Acts Of Kindness 30 Day Tracker Printable
The world NEEDS more random acts of kindness done on a daily basis. This would be a great activity to do as a family.
Every member of the family can take a turn for a day or you can totally just do it on your own.
If you get the kids involved you can do it all summer long or during the Holiday season.
For those of us with young children it is a wonderful opportunity to be intentional about teaching them to always be looking for opportunities to help others.
Acts of kindness don’t have to be big or expensive. It can be simple small things like opening the door for someone or saying hello to an elderly person. Thanking a veteran for serving our country or saying an extra prayer for someone God has put on your heart. Don’t put limits on what you can do for others.
11. Habit Tracker
I added a blank habit tracker for you to add good habits you want to incorporate into your life, or maybe bad habits you may want to get rid of.
It can be used as a weekly habit tracker for several daily tasks, or on a monthly basis for two or three new positive habits.
Here are some other habit ideas if you need a little inspiration:
- Start a daily gratitude journal.
- Spend 20 minutes a day learning a new skill.
- Power off your phone for 1-2 hours a day.
- Call a friend or family member.
- Incorporate a fasting routine, either for religious or physical health reasons.
- Keep track of how many fruits and vegetables you eat daily.
- Go for daily walks.
- Get a full eight hours of sleep every night.
- Hug someone every day.
- keep track of how much junk food you eat daily.
I read that it takes an average of 90 days to fully incorporate a new habit into your life.
If you keep forgetting to do something daily or weekly don’t give up! keep trying, keep making small changes and tweaking how you go about doing something. Maybe instead of doing something in the morning it needs to be moved to the afternoon or before bed.
It took me nine months to get a budget system that worked for our family when I first started doing our family budget! Seriously nine long months! I went way over that 90 day mark but persistence paid off.
If building habits for a new healthy lifestyle is important to you don’t get discouraged if you miss a day or two, just pick up right where you left off.
What have YOU found works when you’re trying to reach a goal in life? I would love it if you shared it in the comments section.
Also if you print off one of these trackers and you find it helpful in your habit tracking journey, I would love it if you shared it and tagged me on social media @keeper.of.ou.home