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Free Printable Habit Tracker Collection

Habit Trackers and Year-at-a-Glance Calendar

Happy New Year! To help you get off to a good start, today I’m sharing several year-at-a-glance calendars and free printable habit trackers. They’re just the thing to help you stay focused on your New Year goals and resolutions.

I’ve been a big resolution and list maker for as long as I can remember. But it wasn’t until this month that I realized how many of my children have inherited those same goal-setting tendencies.

I’ve noticed my younger kids (and grandkids, when they visit) lining up with Bibles in laps first thing every morning, then running laps around our house after breakfast to start the day right with devotions and exercise.

And I caught several of our older ones downloading charts from our family website to track their progress. So I’ve gathered several of my most popular year-at-a-glance calendars and habit trackers in one place now (with a couple of new ones thrown in for good measure). Scroll to the bottom of the post to download them all at once, then use whichever suits you best.

We have six different Habit Trackers to choose from:

First, there are three charts that will allow you to tack a variety of habits either simultaneously or in succession. Our monthly-focus printable lets you pick a new area to work on every month. Our pretty vintage “Number Your Days” graph lets you see a full year’s progress at once, and the measurable progress chart lets you track several different goals over the course of one month.

Progress charts for goal setting

Second, I offer three different styles of Year-at-a-Glance Calendars. Take your pick and use the calendar to track your progress on any given habit, all year long. Just mark off the days you meet your goal. How long can you keep the streak going?

Year-at-a-Glance Habit Trackers

To download all six of my free printable habit trackers in a single click, just follow the link below.

Habit Tracker Link - Download Now

I hope you’ll find these helpful. Best wishes to you for a joyous and productive new year!

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  1. Thank you for the resources to help us be organised in this new year. My main goal is to complete my third year of school in February. I am pursuing a degree in Early Childhood Education.

    1. Early Childhood Education is a special calling, Sarah. My sister has taught 1st grade for about 20 years now. I’m praying for you this morning, that God will help you learn what you need to know for this very important job.

  2. Greetings, Ma’am!

    Sincerely, I like what you do. I’m in love with them. I got to learn a lot from you. You’re blessing and lifting up lives worldwide. Please, be encouraged and continually refreshed.

    Much love,

    1. Thanks so much for your sweet words of encouragement, Oduduatta. It makes me happy to know my printables are being used in Nigeria!

  3. Hello and Happy New Year!
    Just wondering when your 2020-21 Academic calendar will be ready.
    They are most helpful and I thank you for providing them!


    1. The calendars are ready now, but I haven’t posted them to the site yet. I plan to do so soon, but in the meantime am sending you a copy directly. I have one with a July start and the other with an August start. Take your pick!

    1. I’m sorry it has taken me so long to let you know about those, Giovanni. I made the calendars you’re talking about months ago, but haven’t published them all on my blog yet. However, you can download them directly by following this link.

  4. Dear Jennifer,

    You are amazing, I can’t understand how powerful and full of energy you are. I have three little kids and it’s a huge challenge for me. But when I see how you manage to make your job so perfect, I get a big inspiration whom to follow.

    Thank you for so great example and all the information that you share!

    Best wishes for You and Your beautiful family from Lithuania!

    Justa Stasiškienė

    1. Thank you for all those kind words of encouragement, Justa. I can assure you it was a huge challenge for me when I had only three little kids, too. Those early stages of parenting are exhausting!

      I don’t know about managing my job “so perfect,” but as somebody much wiser than I am once said, “God equips those whom He calls.”

      That is certainly true of motherhood. He’s done it for me and will do it for you, too. First He blesses us with the children themselves, then He gives us the all wisdom and patience and energy we need to raise them.

  5. Hi Jennifer.

    Thank you for the habit tracker. I had brain tumor surgery over 19 years ago, and I had suffered a brain stroke during the surgery, so I forget things very easily. I’ve been trying to figure out how to come up with writing things down and making sure I can keep track of things. Thank you very much for this. It’s a lifesaver! Thank you, thank you! You have a good day.

    1. You’re so welcome, Gloria! I’m sorry about your brain tumor and stroke, but am glad to hear you’re in year 19 after surgery. That’s wonderful! Glad the habit trackers have helped you.

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