Happy, sad, angry, excited, meh? Whatever your mood, I have a feeling these bullet journal mood tracker ideas will make you feel good.
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- Vivid, colorful pens* to match your strong emotions
- Subtle highlighters* to soften your pages
- Strong black pen* to create the outline of your artful masterpieces
How and why use a mood tracker in your bullet journal
It's not an original component of the basic bullet journal system, but moods are a common thing to track in your bullet journal.
Why? Because knowing this information can help you identify triggers or correlations that will allow you to better understand where your emotions are coming from.
This will help you be in better control of your emotions so that you're hopefully more happy than not, and that's a good thing, right?Now let's get inspired by some beautiful mood tracker ideas!
Mood tracker ideas and examplesAnd now for the wonderful showcase of spreads, which we've broken down into categories for your viewing pleasure.
For the yearHere are a few ideas for a single spread to use to track annual habits.
Year in pixelsThis popular bujo trend helps you see the overall picture for the year. Simply color in a block each day. Gotta love the Super Mario Brother theme. (via @twinklytanya)
FloralThis two page spread helps you track and see your mood changes during the entire year in a beautiful flower pattern. (via @my.life.in.a.bullet)
Year at a glance calendarAnother alternative to the year in pixels is this brilliant calendar tracker system. So simple and pretty. (via @studywithinspo)
WhimsicalHere are some dreamy pages to try.
Mermaid mosaicOr this colorful one. (via Pin image)
Bubble bathIf you like the rounded look, this one is cute. (via Pin image)
Circle treeThe circles make this tree look straight out of a fairytale. (via @pagesbyleanne)
Gumball machineOr throwback to your childhood days. (via Pin image)
Star and cloudsHere's to hoping you're on cloud 9 all month. (via Pin image)
FoodThese arrangements are such a treat.
Coffee cupMaybe a little caffeine to run on high like that. (via Pin image)
DonutThis one's sweet! (via Pin image)
PineappleYou won't be sour with this pineapple tracker. (via @bulletjournalcollection)
NatureHere are ideas based on the flora, fauna, and animals around us.
CactiDon't get in a prickly mood with this spread. (via Pin image)
TurtleUse this turtle with caution: it might make you "sea" green. (via Pin image)
GiraffeDon't let this one "giraffe" you crazy. (via @jenna.bujo)
Mood mandalaDrawing your own mandala can be very soothing. (via Pin image) Or, if you'd rather not draw the mandala, how about a free bullet journal printable for it? My post has a lot of great printables for your bujo, but if you want to head straight to the mandala one, you can find it at Space and Quiet.
Power buttonThis one can give you the power to gain control over your emotional standing. (via @mylife.mylove.mypassion)
Lunar phasesMaybe this one will help you see through the darkness. (via @bujowithbecky)
Other unique ideasAnd here are the rest of the creative mood tracker spreads.
FlagsThis spread passes with flying colors, showcasing multiple colors and different patterns. (via @rainbowbulletjournal)
TetrisYou can also draw the facial expressions that match the mood you're in. (via Pin image)
MosaicThis is another minimalist spread that would be easy to replicate. (via @the.journal.life)
Light bulbsLast but not least, this tracker might help you see the light to more positive emotions. (via Pin image)
Thanks for bearing with me. I hope these bullet journal mood tracker examples (and at least one of my puns) brightened your day.
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