The Square Tracker

Welcome to Day 6 of my #100DaysofBulletJournalIdeas Project! 

Day 6: The Square Tracker

The Square Tracker

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This is pretty similar to the Intention Wheel, a circular tracker, but in the form of a square.

I developed these because as much as I like the usual tracker style, I wanted something visually different and new so I created what I wanted to see. :)

Another shape I'm toying with is a hexagon ;)

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My sweetie asked if I was making a wormhole in my Bullet Journal when he saw the beginning stages of this haha!

There are a ton of different possible uses for this, I'm sure you'd find no shortage of ideas. 

Ideas of what you could track:

  • Tracking anything you need or want to
  • Habits
  • Moods
  • Cleaning! (Which is actually what I'm using this square tracker for this month since I'm also using the Intention Wheel, I call it the Cleaning Cube haha!)
  • Things you do on a daily basis
  • Things you do on specific days. Outline those shapes a bit bolder so you know when you scheduled it for yourself. This is a technique I've used in my year-long Running Log, in my Monthly Log, and in a few other ways and it works well!

Ways you could fill it in:

I purposely didn't give an example of what this could look like filled in simply because I wanted to see what you come up with. I think that's part of the fun, but if you'd like some ideas:

  • Choose one color for the day to fill all the shapes in
  • Choose a different color for each thing you're tracking
  • Draw a pattern with lines going in one direction and the opposite or upside down the following day/thing you're tracking
  • A rainbow color scheme
  • A pastel color scheme
  • Different patterns every day, perhaps Zentangle-inspired

Square Tracker Printable

Please Read:

Please do NOT make this design into a printable, stencil, or anything that you plan on selling. This is my design, I appreciate you respecting copyright. 

P.S. If you're new to the Bullet Journal®, I recommend checking out, it was invented by Ryder Carroll - he's an awesome human that walks you through how to set up your own Bullet Journal with his handy tutorial video that you can check out here!

Supplies Used to make this idea:

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Pens: Uniball Signo RT1 .38 

Notebook: Leuchtturm1917

Mini Ruler: 6-inch ruler

Correction Tape: Tombow Retro Correction Tape