These bullet journal sleep trackers will help you identify your sleep patterns, log your hours of sleep, and keep track of your sleep habits. There are six different pages to pick from so you can find what meets your needs best. I hope you enjoy!
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I won’t get too deep into my personal story, but I consider myself a “recovering insomniac.” I’d already experienced years of difficulty sleeping when becoming a mom disrupted my sleep even more. I couldn’t fall asleep, even when I was exhausted. One night saw me still awake at 2 am, unable to sleep and crying with frustration. That’s when I made a commitment to changing my sleeping habits and trying new things to impact my quality of sleep.
Using my own sleep tracker and sleep diary allowed me to notice trends in my sleeping patterns and make changes. (For example, I absolutely cannot have coffee after lunchtime and I have to stop working on my computer at 8.) Getting better quality sleep has helped my emotional health and mental health so much (not to mention, of course, my energy levels and brain function!).
Sleep Tracker Templates
There is no one “best sleep tracker” that will work perfectly for every single person. Everyone has different needs and preferences. That’s why I’m sharing multiple different bullet journal style printable sleep logs, sleep habit trackers, and evening routine trackers. Hopefully one of these printable pages helps you with your specific habits and needs!
Thee bullet journal sleep log printables include:
- A monthly sleep & habit tracker to identify food & activity trends that may affect your sleep
- A printable sleep log with 24 hours so you can use it to log naps or if shift work makes your sleeping schedule different
- Sleep tracker to track sleep duration with different colors
- Evening routine checklist
- Sleep tricks log (to record things that help & hinder your sleep)
- Yearly sleep log
Making your own sleep journal
These sleep tracker printables are easy to use. Just print them out and put them to use! If you’re familiar with printing your own planner pages, you can click here to skip ahead to the download area.
For the best planning experience, print your pages on HP 32# paper. This HP paper is thicker and brighter than “regular” printer paper, which means you can draw, write, and color on the pages without annoying ghosting and bleed through. I have a post comparing various papers and yardsticks with a flip through video featuring actual print outs. Discover the best paper for planner printables here.
- Made in USA: HP Papers is sourced from renewable forest resources and has achieved production with 0% deforestation in North America.
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- Certified sustainable: HP Premium32 presentation paper is Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified and contributes toward satisfying credit MR1...
If you’re tired of ink that fades or bleeds, give Sakura Pigma Microns a try. They don’t bleed or feather, and they come in different sizes and colors. The ink is waterproof and archival quality (which means it is fade and weathering resistant). If you want to learn more about pens stop by this post on the best pens for bullet journaling.
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Gel pens are a fun way to color these planner pages. Discover the best gel pens for coloring in this post. Sakura Gelly roll pens are great for coloring. The Tanmit pens shown below are a good budget pick that actually colors well. The box they come in is flimsy, but the pens are surprisingly good. My daughter has a set and we color with them all the time.
How to print letter sized printables smaller
These bujo planner printables are in US letter size. Happy Planner Big, Franklin Covey Monarch, and Daytimer Folio all use US letter sized pages. If you use one of these systems, just print the pages, hole punch, and use! No scaling or trimming required
If you’re printing on A4 paper, you can select the”scale to fit” printing option.
For other planner systems and bullet journals, print the pages to scale and trim them down using a paper trimmer.
Bullet journal notebooks come in many sizes. Measure your notebook to ensure the best fit for your printables. Notebooks don’t always match the exact dimensions they claim to be, even if they’re a labeled “official” size liek A5. Use the chart below as your reference when you print to scale.
How to add pages to a planner
How to add pages to your planner depends on your planner system. Here’s how to add pages to a disc bound planner, a ring planner, and a coil bound planner or notebook:
- For disc bound systems: (ie, Happy Planner)
- For bound ring planners: (ie Filofax and Day Timer)
- The correct hole punch makes hole punching faster and easier.
- This adjustable 6 hole punch is a good choice because it can be used for a variety of personal and compact A5 and A6 planners.
- You can also use a single hole punch and an extra planner page to line up the holes.
- Place the two sheets together with the punched planner page on top.
- Use a pencil to mark where the hole needs to be.
- Punch the hole with your single hole punch.
- This method is tedious and has the potential to introduce error a lot of places along the way. An adjustable 6 hole punch is faster and easier.
- You can tape or glue pages into your favorite bullet journal or notebook. I love using double sided tape to hold the page and washi tape to decorate. This is a great choice if you prefer casebound notebooks with a solid spine. This process is shown, step-by-step, lower down in the post.
- Yes, you can add pages to a coil bound planner. The video below was originally filmed for this post. This method works for coil bound planners and notebooks.
To use these bujo planner pages in your favorite notebook, follow the steps below:
Print your page to scale to scale to fit your notebook. You may want to scale down an additional number or two to have a large margin if you’d like to use decorative washi tape.
Trim the printable down to size. I use my Fiskar’s paper trimmer. I don’t worry about getting the exact measurement since I want the printable page to be smaller than my notebook page.
Finally, tape the page in place. I recommend thin double sided sticky tape for attaching the page. Make sure to get the flat, clear double sided sellotape, not the thick, foamy tape for mounting pictures and scrapbook elements. I like to add washi tape for decoration. The images below shows these angel guides planner printables.
Free Sleep Tracker Printables Download Area
Although the pages are shown in one preview image, each sheet has its own page in the PDF.
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I hope you enjoy using these lovely sleep tracker bujo planner printables. If you enjoy using a physical planner or journal, make sure to check out these additional free planner printables here on The Artisan Life: