Are you looking for mood tracker spreads to include in your bullet journal?
Along with it being a good idea to track your mood, I find that creating the journal page is actually a really therapeutic process.
There are so many creative bullet journal mood tracker spreads for you to use for inspiration. In this post, I’ll be sharing 29 mood trackers to help you spark your creativity.
If you bullet journal, you know that when it comes to supplies, there are a lot of options to choose from. If you’re looking to narrow down your choices, check out my bullet journal essentials below.
1. Reindeer with String Lights
This reindeer mood tracker is perfect for the month of December. The string lights are colored in daily with your current mood.
2. Colorful Leaves
Here’s a mood tracker that works well for the summer and spring months. I love the colors used in this mood tracker.
3. Mood Macarons
I just love this mood macarons tracker. It’s extremely creative and makes tracking your mood fun. I love the look that the black pages give to the overall design.
4. Polaroid Bunting
Isn’t this just the cutest mood tracker? I love how simple it can be to create something so lovely. Again, I think the colors used here are fantastic.
5. Leaves and Berries
With this mood tracker you’ll color in one of the berries every day. I love the simplicity of this mood tracker and the soft pastel colors being used.
6. Peacock Feather
This peacock feather mood tracker is a piece of art. Not only is the feather itself beautiful, but the calligraphy is gorgeous as well.
7. Fruits and Veggies
Here’s a creative mood tracker that uses fruits and vegetables. I think that it would be cool if you included fruits and veggies based on the season. So if you were doing this mood tracker for June, you’ll could include carrots, cherries, strawberries, cucumber and more.
8. Colorful Daisies
What a beautiful mood tracker featuring daisies. I love how they’ll be colored in with different colors, giving the flowers a unique look.
9. Hearts in a Jar
Isn’t this mood tracker perfect for the month of February? Of course, you can do something like this at any time of year, but I think it’s really fitting for the month of love.
10. Coffee Cups
I’ve said before that I love coffee and really enjoy coffee doodles. This tracker uses a wide variety of coffee cups and different shades of brown.
11. Kitchen Shelves
I just love the kitchen shelves that are being used here. I love being in the kitchen and cooking or baking, so this spread is right up my alley.
12. Pixel Hearts
I love the colors being used in this tracker; however, I was thinking that you could give this more of a retro feel by using colors like burnt orange, yellow, and blue.
13. Tea Time
If you’re a tea drinker, consider trying out this tea time mood tracker. The teacup drawing at the bottom really helps to bring everything together.
14. Outer Space
If you love planets and stars, you’ll probably love creating this tracker that includes shooting starts and the planets in our galaxy.
15. Pastel Butterfly
Keep track of your daily moods with this butterfly mood tracker. This tracker uses pretty pastel colors to fill in parts of the butterfly’s wings.
16. Tall Flowers
I think that the colors used for this tracker give it a fall feel; however, this is something that can be used year-round for your bullet journal. You could always switch up the color palette for your journal.
17. Wall Shelves
Here’s another creative idea for a mood tracker. This one includes wall shelves that are holding flowers, plants, books and more. You’ll also be coloring in the paintings on the wall.
I love this tracker because instead of using one color per mood, you’ll actually give each planet a unique look (using multiple colors) based on your daily mood.
This tracker is perfect for anyone who’s doing a bee theme for their monthly spread. Check out my post 31 Sweet Bee Themed Bullet Journal Spreads for more bee themed bullet journal spreads.
20. Gumball Machine
Gumballs are always fun to coloring in. Create a gumball mood tracker and color in a new gumball for every day of the month.
21. Monarch Butterfly
The monarch butterfly is so beautiful and the perfect butterfly to use for your mood tracker. I think it would be fun to put your own spin on a butterfly tracker by changing up the pattern and using different colors.
22. Perfume Bottle
Draw a bottle of your favorite perfume and use it to keep track of your daily moods. The quote says, “the perfume of the soul is memory.”
How cute are the little bear faces used in this mood tracker? This tracker uses brown bears and panda bears. I love the border of leaves that help give this tracker and outdoor feel.
24. Bunnies and Flowers
This mood tracker works well for the month of April. Not only do the bunnies and flowers go well for the spring season, but also for Easter. Both of which involve the month of April.
With this simple spread, you’ll draw and color in leaves. You could change up the leaves to other big leaf plants such as fig tree leaves or Persian ivy leaves.
What a tasty way to keep track of your mood. This mood tracker uses hand-drawn pretzels cooked to different levels of doneness.
This is probably my favorite mood tracker on this list. Mostly because it’s just so unique and original. Everyday you’ll paint the canvas with the color of your mood.
I’m not a fan of sushi, but that doesn’t mean I can’t admire the beauty of this sushi mood tracker. Once all the days are colored in, I think that this will look even more amazing.
29. Pink Flowers in Jar
This beautiful mood tracker has wildflowers placed in a jar of water. Each day is colored a different shade of pink based on your mood.
30. Donut Mood Tracker
Not only is this mood tracker so creative, I love the quote that says “glazed and confused.” This is definitely one of the most unique mood trackers I’ve seen.
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