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Whether you’re in school or not, September is a great month to start new habits! These awesome habit tracker ideas will help you get your spread looking perfect and matching your theme
With everything from a super minimal spread to a colorful tracker, I’m sure you’ll find something that fits your style…
Here are the trackers I found for September:
School Theme Habit Tracker
Photo credit: Little Olive Bujo on Instagram
If you’re going with a “Back To School” theme this month, then this super cute habit tracker is for you! I love how the mini trackers are super simple and clean… which really makes the doodles stand out ✏️
Blue & Yellow Habit Spread
Photo credit: Ashtyn Duddleston on Instagram
Gosh… this spread is super neat. I love the color combo and the habit icons but my favorite part is definitely how she colored in each completed day
Windows Theme Habit Tracker
Photo credit: Cypriana on Instagram
I don’t even know where to start with this tracker! The idea of using old school computer windows for each habit is genius… plus, the sky background in each window is gorgeous!
Stranger Things Habit Tracker
Photo credit: Miriam on Instagram
Any Stranger Things fans out there?! Even if you aren’t a huge fan, I’m sure you can take inspiration from this spread. I love how the forest border at the bottom 🌲
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Horizontal Habit Tracker
Photo credit: Aska on Instagram
If you’re looking for a simple layout to track multiple habits, then this tracker will definitely give you some ideas! Plus, even if you don’t use this style for September… you could make it work any month of the year
Terrarium Habit Tracker
Photo credit: Productive Doodling on Instagram
Here’s a great example of a simple habit tracker for September. If you’re going with a green or plant theme for the month, this tracker would look great!
Highlighter Habit Spread
Photo credit: Brooke on Instagram
Looking for a fun and playful habit tracking spread!? If so, this one is right up your alley. I love the actual layout of the tracker with the to-do list and goals at the bottom!
Simple Flower Habit Tracker
Photo credit: Rebecca on Instagram
If you want to go with a layout that’s not the simple mini trackers, then this one might spark some ideas… I love how each habit is laid out horizontally and how she keeps it simple by only tracking a few things!
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Star Theme Habit Tracker
Photo credit: Creative Krista on Instagram
Want to fill in the dots to track your habits? This tracker is a perfect example of incorporating doodles into the spread and while still keeping it relatively basic
Autumn Habit Tracking Page
Photo credit: Dunya’s Bujo on Instagram
How about this Autumn themed habit tracker?! This would be a great layout if you’re going to track a lot of habits for the month
Brown Paper Habit Tracker
Photo credit: Becky on Instagram
I haven’t tried a bullet journal with brown paper yet… but it looks awesome with all those different colors! Plus, the layout of the tracker itself is super cool with single “pixel” bars for each habit with a simple icon at the top
Simple September Habit Tracker
Photo credit: Susan on Instagram
This is another great example of an easier layout for your tracker! I could see something like this working with plenty of themes by just changing out the doodles / decoration at the bottom of the spread
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Plant Theme Habit Page For September
Photo credit: Nadia on Instagram
I can’t get enough of plant and succulent theme spreads, and this one is no exception! Just like the example from above, you could very easily swap out the doodles for something that makes your theme and you would end up with the perfect September habit tracker!
Minimalist Habit Spread For September
Photo credit: Kath on Instagram
Speaking of bullet journal themes, if you’re going with a minimalist theme for September, then this might be your style! I love how she paired the cursive headers with the simple layout of the trackers!
Floral September Tracker
Photo credit: Annas Attempt on Instagram
Looking to combine your habit, mood, and fitness tracker for the month!? If so, this spread will give you some ideas on how to lay everything out with still being able to clearly see whats going on. Plus… that flower drawing is amazing!
Mini Habit Trackers
Photo credit: Bujo Palette on Instagram
Get your sh*t together! This spread has tons of room to track everything from skincare, health, daily routines and I’m loving it!
Autumn Routine Tracker
Photo credit: Differenz on Instagram
If you’re with a fall-themed habit tracker this September, then this one is for you! Everything from the colors to the way she used a different type of leaf for each habit… this tracker is awesome 🍁
Brown & White Habit tracker
Photo credit: Tiina Marila on Instagram
Here’s another super cool brown paper tracker but this time with white lettering! I love the contrast between the paper and the trackers… but my favorite part is definitely the drop shadows on the mini trackers
Dot Habit Tracking Spread
Photo credit: Bujo With Matilda on Instagram
This is another great example of a minimalist habit tracker that’s super cute! You could definitely use this spread all year long, not just in September
September Fitness Tracker
Photo credit: Mariana on Instagram
While this is technically a fitness tracker, I still had to include it since I absolutely love the layout I’m sure it’s going to look even better at the end of the month!
Colorful September Habit Tracker
Photo credit: Danique on Instagram
Going the colorful route with your theme?? I’m going to take inspiration from this spread and use a different color for each habit!
Full Page Habit Tracking Spread
Photo credit: Lisanne on Instagram
Want to go with a full-page habit tracker!? I’m interested to see how this turn out at the end of the montH… and if she’s going to color in each pixel, use a dot or something else to mark off each completed habit
Coffee Habit Spread
Photo credit: Esthy on Instagram
I don’t know about you but ALOT of my notes end up looking something similar to this lol. If you’re an avid coffee drinker, you’re going to love this one!
Hello September Tracker
Photo credit: Klara on Instagram
If you’re going with a solid color for your bullet journals theme, then this habit tracker might give you some ideas. You could have this spread set up in just a few minutes and matched to your theme perfectly with any color!
Light Pink Tracker
Photo credit: Irene J on Instagram
I love the way she has the actual trackers laid out on this spread! Plus, that floral header is adorable!
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Back To School Tracker
Photo credit: Tings Bullet Journal on Instagram
Here’s another awesome September back to school tracker! I love how she’s using “sticky notes” for each little habit tracker and alternating colors making it easy to read
Graph Habit Tracker
Photo credit: Bullet Journal Noob on Instagram
How about this technical habit tracker?? The way she set up the graph and uses a simple dot tracker up top makes the overall spread look basic but very neat at the same time!
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