You have good reasons for wanting to build a habit.
Maybe you want to read, write, learn, exercise, eat healthy, or wake up early.
All of these will improve your life, and they’re worth making the necessary sacrifices. But it’s not easy to build new habits. That’s why you work to set yourself up for success as much as possible.
Accountability, rewards, punishments—these are all methods people use to keep up their momentum and stay on track.
But how do you know if you’re staying on track unless you actually track your habits?
That’s what we’re talking about today.
Recently, I shared a sketch from my notebook featuring a habit tracker I designed. There was a lot of demand for me to write an in-depth blog post.
In addition to a blog post, I also put together some downloadable resources to accompany what I wrote over at FiveHabitTracker.com.