Use this Habit Tracker to identify, track, and solidify the habits you want to commit to each day, week, or month. When you complete the task or habit, color in the box. Choose 1 consistent time each day to update your habit tracker (when you get in bed, when you brush your teeth, right after dinner, etc.). Consider the questions and resources below to help jumpstart your habit evaluation and goals.

Consider these questions:

  • What habits do you want to form this year?
  • What habits do you want to break this year?
  • What habits do you want to see formed in the families you serve?
  • What habits do you want to develop or encourage in your volunteers?
  • What spiritual disciplines (holy habits) do you want to emphasize this year?

Books I’m reading about habits (Here’s a full list with even more books on Amazon):

  1. Celebration of Discipline by Richard Foster (A favorite I return to often)
  2. Habits of the Household by Justin Earley (I just finished this one and it is EXCELLENT!)
  3. Sunday Celebrations by Brittany Nelson (That’s me! I published this journal over the holiday break!)
  4. Little Habits, Big Faith by Christie Thomas (This book doesn’t release until July, but I’ve got my hands on an advanced copy, and y’all, it is SO GOOD!)
  5. You Are What You Love: The Spiritual Power of Habit by James Smith
  6. Emotional Intelligence Habits by Travis Bradberry
  7. Elastic Habits by Stephen Guise
  8. All It Takes is a Goal by Jon Acuff
  9. Atomic Habits by James Clear
  10. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey
  11. Find even more books on my list here

Digital Habit Trackers to Explore (if you prefer a digital tool over the paper printout):

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