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Good morning! Welcome to this month's Moments Inked Planner feature. I'm excited to be back with a second post and a new printable, so let's dive right in!

 

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I've been wanting to re-establish a few habits recently, so I created a mini habit tracker to help me focus on my progress. Are you up for a little personal spring cleaning with me? As with the Papertrey Days Dashboard last month, I formatted the tracker to fit on one of the Moments Inked: Binder Page Dies, this time the smallest of the three.

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I've seen many monthly habit trackers out there, but I wanted something small that could tuck into my weekly spread rather than having a separate section or a larger dashboard. I personally don't like to have too many of the same size dashboards at a time, so the partial page was the perfect solution to keeping it front and center, but still somewhat out of the way.

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Just like the past printables, you simply fit the die into the rectangle guides I've included and it's a perfect cut. And four print on one 8-1/2 x 11 page, so you can easily set yourself up to track the same habits for a whole month. Or mix it up and focus on different ones each week.

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The size of the partial page allowed for a chart of seven rows and a "days of the week" header with room to reference the date. Simply write in (or stamp!) your habits and get ready to check them off. I opted to use an x from Moments Inked: Posted, leaving it out on my desk ready to fill my boxes each day. Of course, you could also color in or check them off by hand.

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There's something about the smaller weekly grid that seems a little less daunting to me when trying to create habits. Even if I'm tracking the same ones over a full month, focusing on seven days at a time makes them feel more attainable. I've also found the days of the week set up to be a little more straightforward than the numbered trackers. Plus every week is the same number of days!

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You can use the chart to encourage yourself to do something more often or to simply track a behavior you want to keep an eye on. Healthy habits, household habits, work habits, fun habits – they all deserve a little attention.

CLICK HERE to Download Weekly Habit Tracker

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Clearly, I needed this handy tool – maybe I'll have more x's the next time I post a weekly layout! Until next month…

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Happy Planning!
🙂 lexi

Nichole Heady

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