This World Health Day, Track Your Well-Being With These BuJo Trackers

Today is World Health Day. I’m sure none of us need reminding of our health after the past year. The pandemic has allowed us to think of little else. COVID aside, all of us need to pay attention to our overall health as well. A healthy body leads to a healthy mind and vice versa.

In a previous post, we have covered how Bullet Journals can be used to plan out meals. Healthy eating is one aspect of staying well. Here are some other things you can track.

GENERIC HEALTH TRACKERS

Getting an annual health check-up is important especially as we get older. You can keep track of all the important information pertaining to your doctor’s appointment with this layout.

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Staying healthy also depends on maintaining healthy habits. Here is a simple habit tracker that’ll help:

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You can also track other aspects of your health with this page design:

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EXERCISE TRACKERS & PAGES

I don’t know about you, but I find sticking to an exercise regime the most difficult thing to do. Tracking my daily exercise has been useful in making sure I exercise more often than I used to. Here are some interesting designs to try making in your journal.

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TRACKERS FOR SPECIFIC ISSUES

If you suffer from the symptoms of a particular medical condition, it is good to keep a record of the frequency of symptoms so that you can track if you’re getting better or worse.

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As mentioned in the beginning of this post, physical and mental health are closely linked. Remember to pay attention to your mental health, especially given how stressful the pandemic has been. Here are some links that might be useful:

Bullet Journal Layouts To Help Improve Your Mental Health

Bullet Journal Ideas To Get You Through The Isolation

How Bullet Journals are being used during the pandemic

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