Bullet Journal Ideas

Mental Health Tracking: What Do You Track?

Hello Everyone!

As your have probably read by now, I am a huge fan of utilizing a Mental Health Tracker in my bullet journal, not just a habit tracker. This is a fantastic way to make connections about you emotions/feelings that you might not have realized otherwise. This list will compile both physical and emotional aspects of Mental Health as well as cover areas that are essential “self care” topics. If you would like to see downloadable printables for specific areas (Anxiety, Depression, Bi-Polar, ADHD, etc.) please leave a comment down below or contact me here and let me know!

Physical Symptom Tracking

Panic Attack

Dizziness

Chest Pain

Headaches

Body Tension

Hot Flash

Nausea

Increased/Decreased Sleep

Feeling Like Your Body is “Humming”

Increased/Decreased Appetite

Exhaustion

Period

Unexplained Weight Gain/Weight Loss

Emotional Symptom Tracking

This is just a brief overview of some of the different options to cover some the major Emotional Themes. If there is one that you feel should be added to this list, be sure to leave a comment down below!!

Joy

Content

Excited

Happy

Hopeful

Hopeless

Relaxed

Irritated

Anxious

Stressed

Angry

Sensitive

Focused

Distracted

Motivated

Apathy

Conflicted

Agitated

Suicidal Thoughts

Defeated

Powerless

Distrusting/Suspicious

Bitter

Overwhelmed

Isolated

Numb

Insecure

Sad

Self-Care Tracking

Medication

Servings Of Caffeine

Water Intake

Hours Slept

Servings Of Alcohol

Time Spent Outdoors

Time Spent Exercising

 

Whatever you decide to track, I would love to hear how this spread has helped you! Don’t forget to use the hashtag #poppyandpomegranate and #bujomentalhealth so I can take a sneak peak at your wonderful creations!!