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We love ClassTracker around here (seriously, they have such a great planner for students.), so we were pretty much elated to hear that they now offer habit-tracking notebooks. Its the perfect time of year to start thinking about the healthy and productive habits you want to set in order to live to your full potential.
ClassTracker is offering five different habit-tracking notebooks (Habits, Passions, Workouts, Budget, and Sleep), and you can purchase them individually or all together as a full collection. Personally, I say go for the full collection so you can work at being more well-rounded in multiple areas of life. An individual notebook is $10.99, and the full collection is $49.95.
What’s so great about these notebooks in comparison to other habit-tracking tools is their simplicity. They don’t require you to write down all kinds of stuff. Each notebook has 13 months of tracking charts for you to fill out. All you have to do is write down the habit/passion/workout/budget (sleep is already filled out for you) and then all you have to do is mark off each day of the month as completed.
That’s all there is to tracking these habits. This simple and focused tracking chart means it’s easy for you to see if you’re sticking to your goals and making progress, or if you’re slacking. There’s nowhere to hide when you’re faced with empty check boxes.
Each notebook has the same chart, but they do differ a little bit. The Habits notebook has seven blank slots for habits each month, the Sleep notebook has slots for three to 10 hours of sleep. The Budget notebook has eight slots—four are empty and the other four are pre-filled for you with “food,” “entertainment,” “transportation,” and “personal care.” This notebook also has boxes on the bottom of the monthly chart for your monthly expense, including rent/utilities, insurance, books/supplies, tuition/fees, cell phone, and three empty boxes. The Workouts notebook has seven empty slots, and the Passions notebook has five.
Another great thing about these notebooks is how small and portable they are. They can easily slide into the folder of your planner, and functionally are a great addition to any planning system. Of course, they work wonderfully with the ClassTracker planner to help students get a better hold on all aspects of adulting.