Printable Two-Week Habit Tracker FREE PDF

Building a new habit takes time and consistency. This simple two-week habit tracker is the perfect way to set attainable goals in a low-commitment way (it’s only 14 days!). 

Track from one to nine different habits, set goals, monitor progress, and even reward yourself for a well-done job. 

Habit tracking is great for starting a new exercise routine, eating healthier, practicing a new skill, or even daily mindset and gratitude practice. 

Let this printable motivate you during those crucial first two weeks, and then move on to our 30-day tracker!

Two week habit tracker in a spiral-bound notebook on a desk with a pencil.

What’s Included:

  • Size: 8.5 x 11  inches
  • File Type: PDF and Canva Template
  • Size: 1  page
  • 14 Day habit tracker
Two week habit tracker (14 days) infographic with details for the printable.

Features:

  • Track one to nine different habits 
  • Track habits for 14 days 
  • Set a target number of goal days 
  • Write the actual number of days achieved 
  • Set optional rewards for each habit 
  • Clean, minimalist, simple design 
  • Soft black and grey lines for easy reading 
  • Days are labeled for easy tracking 

Ideal For:

  • Anyone Building New Habits: Productive routines like exercise, meditation, journaling, etc. 
  • Students: Develop better study habits, time management, and more. 
  • Professionals: Establish habits for efficiency, organization, and work-life balance. 
  • Productivity Enthusiasts: Gamify your habit-formation process with rewards and check marks! 
  • Health and Wellness Seekers: Track nutrition, calories, step goals, fitness, and other wellness routines. 

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Jacqui is a teacher and multi-tasking mompreneur on a mission to help others master productive living. Drawing from years of experience creating structured routines and efficient systems in the classroom, she now applies those planning principles to juggling her many roles. Her secret? An arsenal of printable planners, checklists, calendars, and productivity tools!

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