Tracking your mood provides valuable information for monitoring mental health conditions like anxiety and depression. And it can be fun using these 30 creative bullet journal mood tracker ideas!
Monitor Your Mood
It’s easy to get wrapped up in your mood and lose sight of the bigger picture. Falling into a bad mood can happen quickly and last all day if you aren’t careful — but there is a good way to focus more on creating a positive mood and getting out of that funk. You can always use a bujo mood tracker! A mood tracker will help you focus on your attitude so you don’t let it control you so easily, and it’s helpful to see your mood patterns over time. Here are some great bullet journal ideas for integrating mood tracking into your planning!
Though a habit tracker is not technically a bullet journal mood tracker, it the perfect tool for tracking your mood. You can easily use your habit tracker to identify triggers that tend to affect your mood, or use it to track your self-care activities.
The I Need List helps you keep track of the things that you absolutely need to do to ensure that you are doing everything possible to take care of your own mental health. This list works great when paired with a habit tracker. Just include all of the things you need in your habit tracker to make sure you are doing them on a daily basis.
It's not always enough just to keep track of your different moods, but keeping a few health trackers alongside your bullet journal mood tracker is a great way to identify things that may be adversely affecting your mood.
I love the idea of using lightbulbs to track your mood. This is such a cute idea that really makes keeping a bullet journal mood tracker simple and fun. Assign different shades of yellows and oranges for different moods.
This is a gem of a mood tracker... Bad jokes aside this really is a fun yet effective way to tracker your mood. Plus as someone who grew up playing Zelda, I'm always looking to collect as many gems as possible!
This fun circular galaxy bullet journal mood tracker is a simple way to track your mood without using a ton of space. This simple circular design can be paired with just about any color to make an effective and easy to set up tracker.
Click read more to see some self-care spreads that make a perfect companion for any bullet journal mood tracker.
Your Bullet Journal Mood Tracker
Now that you’ve seen some brilliant ideas for your mood tracker, it’s time to get cracking on making your own! However you decide to create your bullet journal mood tracker, know that you’re doing good for yourself. There’s nothing better than being kind to your mind, and taking steps to not let bad days and negative emotions take control is the perfect way to do just that. Happy tracking!
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