Need Help Reaching Your Goals? Use This FREE 30 Day Habit Tracker Printable

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Need Help Reaching Your Goals? Use This FREE 30 Day Habit Tracker Printable

Guess What? I’ve made this awesome FREE 30 Day Habit Tracker Printable to help you reach your goals. Bad habits don’t happen overnight, and breaking them overnight doesn’t happen either. So whether you want to start a NEW habit or want to end a bad habit, this printable will keep you going.

Why I Made the Free 30 Day Habit Tracker Printable

Last week, I gave you a quick update that  was starting the Whole 30 eating plan.  You know I struggle with seeing things through. I have a thousand unfinished projects. I don’t want to fail at this project. So in order to keep myself disciplined about it, I made printables to share with you!

You can use these babies to track your progress, stay on the wagon, and countdown to push through.  I am excited to check off all 30 days of the Whole30 and then start again.

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30 Day Habit Tracker Printable: WHAT IT IS & HOW IT WORKS

A habit tracker is a visual way to measure whether or not you are keeping up with a goal. The best example of a habit tracker in its most basic for is a calendar. For this, you can print out a calendar and cross off the days with an “X” as you complete them.

Set A Goal

You can use any means of tracking a habit. There are apps, there is the old school form of a calendar and there are printables. For me, using a printable is the best course. It’s great because it’s visual. I can keep it out on the kitchen counter so that I see it every morning. It keeps me motivated to stick with the plan!

But before you start using the habit tracker, you need to set a clear, measurable goal. Write down your goal using the SMART method. I’m sure you have heard of the SMART acronym before, but here’s a quick recap  of what it means to set smart goals that you will be tracking with your habit tracker printable.

  • S – specific
  • M – measurable
  • A – attainable
  • R – relevant
  • T – timely

Setting specific goals means they should be well defined. Where do you want to end up? Examples

  • Lose 10 pounds in 30 days
  • Cook dinner every night for one month
  • Go to lunch with a friend each week
  • Write 4 blog posts every week

Amounts, dates, percentages, pounds, dollars, number

  • How much ____ by what time frame ____

When writing down your goal, make sure it is attainable or you will be discouraged. If you only have enough time to do X, don’t make your goal to accomplish XYZ. Bring your goal down in scale so that it is still something to work towards, but not so far off that you can’t realistically reach it, i.e losing 100 pounds in a month.

  • Correct: I will cook dinner 5 nights this week.
  • Unattainable: I will cook dinner at home every night this year.

Keep your goals relevant. The best way to do this is to create specific goals for each thing you want to achieve. If it is a health related goal- keep it to health. If you want to get $5,000 in savings, make that your savings goal. It’s better to have multiple goals than to combine multiple unrelated things into one goal. It is easier to achieve specific goals and to stay focused on the work that you need to do to reach that goal.


You goals need a deadline. Create a realistic timeline to complete your goal in increments. A great way to plan out a goal strategy is to break it down into three parts over 90 days. Break the 90 days down into 3 months of focused strategy points. Each month you add a new task(s) to the strategy to work up to the final plan and achieve the goal in a realistic timeframe.

Now that you know how to set SMART goals, you are ready to put those goals to paper and use the printable habit tracker to keep up the hard work every day!

Whole30: 30 Day habit tracker Free Printable


Did you know that it takes 66 days for a behavior to become automatic (Psychology Today)? That’s two months+! And that’s just the start of creating a new habit or breaking an old one (goal). The takeaway here is that it can take far longer than the old adage of 21 days to make or break a habit.

So to keep up with your habits and goals, you should use a habit tracker printable to keep track of your progress. Here are three things that using the printable will do for you:

  1. It reminds you to act daily
  2. Provides immediate satisfaction & positive reinforcement
  3. Motivates you to keep going


It’s super simple to use the habit tracker. Like in the calendar example, you check off the box daily. You can color it. You can X it off. Or you can highlight it. Which ever way you choose, you will want to print out a physical copy of the 30 day habit tracker.

After you print off the habit tracker, put it somewhere you will see it EVERY DAY. Keep it on the kitchen counter, in the bathroom where you get ready, by the front door or in your planner. Wherever that place is for you, pick somewhere you will definitely see it daily.

Make sure you check it off daily. Part of keeping up with a habit is keeping track of it as well.

So use those highlighters or sharpies and check off a box each day to show the progress you are making. It’s going to keep you motivated and moving on with your good habits!


While you probably have in mind how you will be using this Free Habit Tracker Printable, there are a thousand things you could use it for. I’ve made a list for you of ways you can use this free 30 Day Habit Tracker Printable:

  • healthy eating
  • meal planning
  • exercise log
  • daily bible reading
  • sleep log
  • daily work goal
  • medication tracker
  • meal tracker
  • water consumption tracker
  • quit smoking
  • daily house cleaning
  • take vitamins/supplements
  • go outside & get fresh air
  • call a friend/family member
  • practice self-care
  • do a load of laundry
  • water plants
  • review finances
  • save money
  • meditate
  • read something encouraging
  • habits of avoidance:
    • no alcohol
    • no snacking
    • cut out sugar
    • no caffeine
    • quit smoking


Missed days happen. Sometimes that day isn’t a win and you fall off the wagon. But we want to get you back on the wagon. This simple rule will keep up your good habit:

Never miss twice.

If you miss one day, let it go, give yourself a break and get right back to it the next day. If you miss more than one day in a row its sooo hard to restart. That’s why when you miss a day, make an intentional effort to do it right the next day.

If you eat pizza, make sure you get back to the healthy eating the next day. Don’t beat yourself up over it, but commit to making a change the next day.

I find that its easy to fall off on the weekends, regardless of what it is- because it’s two days, its a spiral of repeated mistakes. The repeating is what gets you. So commit to only messing up one day in a row. Jump back on the wagon on the next day and keep at it.

You will reach your goals and you will kick that bad habit if you keep with it! So, print off two or three of these free 30 day habit tracker printables and get started on your way to meeting that new goal.

How long should you track your habit (on a printable)?

Because the research answers come back with a wide range between 21-100 days depending on the person, and 66 days comes in as the accepted average, you should aim for 90 days or three months. This gives you a chance to solidify the habit and a good chance of long term success. With this 90 day timeline, if you are on track after 30 days, it gives you the ability to add more tasks towards reaching your goal.

How to print this free printable habit tracker:

  1. Download the PDF files below
  2. Open the PDF files in Adobe Reader
  3. Print out your habit tracker page at home with a color printer
  4. Place the page where you will see it & use it DAILY

Download your habit tracker by clicking the buttons below:

To Download the PDF: Click the desired photo and it will download.  Don’t right click and save, the quality will be poor :)

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We’ve talked about what a habit tracker is and how to use it. Let’s sum things up one more time.

  • Set a SMART GOAL
    • Specific
    • Measurable
    • Attainable
    • Relevant
    • Timely
  • Write down your goal
  • Print out the 30 Day Habit Tracker (or 3 for 90 days worth)
  • Place the Tracker where you will see it DAILY
  • Keep a marker, pen, or highlighter next to the tracker
  • Mark it off every day.
  • After 90 days, Celebrate success.

There you have it. A perfect FREE 30 Day Habit Tracker Printable to help you keep on top or you new habits and goals. Have fun tracking them and enjoy the free printable!

10 thoughts on “Need Help Reaching Your Goals? Use This FREE 30 Day Habit Tracker Printable”

  1. Awesome printable! I’m always struggling to stay on track with my habits, so this is perfect. Can’t wait to try it out and see the progress. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Thanks so much for sharing this free habit tracker! I’ve been struggling to stay on top of my daily habits and this printable is exactly what I need. The layout is easy to follow and the design is so pretty, it’s actually motivating me to stick to my routine. I’m looking forward to seeing the progress I can make over the next 30 days! 💪🏼

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