Tracking your mood is one of the best ways to get a look at your overall mental health state and then work to correct it if needed. A bullet journal mood tracker gives you a place to do that easily and creatively.

Tracking anything that is physically or mentally happening with you could help to identify real issues that need to be resolved. A mood tracker can help you to identify depression and anxiety triggers or symptoms quickly.

A mood tracker that is filled with a lot of sad days could mean that there are issues you need to resolve. Likewise, anger or feelings of fear could reflect the same thing. Learning to identify your overall mood and then working to fix that mood could go a long way to resolving issues and becoming a happier person.

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Mood Tracking To Live In The Present

When I first started mood tracking I was waiting to have every day fill up with all different colors. What I found was I have more happy days than bad, the bad days just feel like they take over.

Mood tracking helps you to focus on your present mood and evaluate your mood through the day. This helps you to determine a bad day from a good day. If you feel like you are always stressed or sad but then you focus on just today’s feelings, sometimes you can be surprised by just how many good or great days you have.

When you see that you have more good days than bad you can actually find yourself feeling happier more often.

Mental Health Benefits

Outside of helping you to live more in the present tracking your moods can have additionally mental health benefits. When pair your mood tracking with daily journaling you can quickly identify triggers for depression and anxiety.

This will go a long way for you dealing with those triggers and recovering faster from them. Half the battle in mental health is knowing what it is that sets your brain on fire. Finding the causes for panic attacks can help you to find the trigger and figure out why you start to panic.

Using a mood tracker can also help you when you are talking to a professional about your mental health concerns. The two of you can identify, talk through, and hopeful find ways to cope with the issues that you are facing.

If you are depressed or need help please reach out to someone. Call a friend or family member and just talk to them. It’s important to talk about your feelings.

Monthly Mood Tracker Setup

Mood trackers are usually set up with color in shapes or designs. The designs can match your theme or be something different. I have seen mood trackers set up as graphs, colorful designs, or theme specific.

Like with every single thing in our bullet journals it’s important that you set it up to work for you. I’ve tracked feelings of fear in order to help manage my anxiety. You want to set up your feelings to match the feelings that mostly apply to you.

Our feelings will never be the same as someone else’s. My definition for a happy day could be completely different than your definition of a happy day.

Bullet Journal Mood Tracker Ideas

Below are some amazing mood trackers to help you find your triggers and to have more happy days.

@january.journal Foxy Mood Tracker

january.journal Foxy Mood Tracker Source

@bulletjournalr Cactus Mood Tracker

bulletjournalr Cactus Mood Tracker Source

@vintagequeencie Puzzle Piece Mood Tracker

vintagequeencie Puzzle Piece Mood Tracker Source

@art__daily_ Rain Cloud Mood Tracker

art__daily_ Rain Cloud Mood Tracker Source

@ellesjournaling Hedgehog Mood Tracker

ellesjournaling Hedgehog Mood Tracker Source

@with.amie.watee Playful Fox Mood Tracker

with.amie.watee Playful Fox Mood Tracker Source

@sarahmilchstern Orbit Mood Tracker

sarahmilchstern Orbit Mood Tracker Source

@bulletjournal_sascha Umbrella Mood Tracker

bulletjournal_sascha Umbrella Mood Tracker Source

@ncl172 Trick or Treat Mood Tracker

ncl172 Trick or Treat Mood Tracker Source

@andantestudies Honeycomb Mood Tracker

andantestudies Honey Comb Mood Tracker Source Sunflower Mood Tracker Sunflower Mood Tracker Source

@jrhermionesblog Bertie Botts Jelly Beans Mood Tracker

jrhermionesblog Bertie Botts Jelly Beans Mood Tracker Source

@ookehmate 4 Month Mood Tracker

ookehmate 4 Month Mood Tracker Source

@bapne_ Tiny Flower Mood Tracker

bapne_ Tiny Flower Mood Tracker Source

@color.bujo Harry Potter Mood Tracker

color.bujo Harry Potter Mood Tracker Source

@erin_bulletjournal Whale Shark Mood Tracker

erin_bulletjournal Whale Shark Mood Tracker Source

@the_bujoist Hogwarts Letter Mood Tracker

the_bujoist Hogwarts Letter Mood Tracker Source

Monthly Mood Trackers in Bullet Journal

To make the most of your mood tracker make sure you are staying in the present every time you fill it in. Focus on just today. You can also use your mood tracker in conjunction with a daily journal in order to figure out triggers for depression and anxiety.

Get creative with your mood tracker and use designs to match your monthly bullet journal themes or keep it simple with a minimalist approach. As long as you fill it in every day you will put your mood tracker to good use.

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