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How To Set Up And Use A Sleep Tracker In Your Bullet Journal

by Design Team 07 Mar 2022 1 comment

Hi, friends! 

It’s Char here from the Archer & Olive 2022 Design Team, and I’m going to talk you through how to set up and use a sleep tracker in your bullet journal.

Trackers can be a great way to keep yourself accountable, or to take note of how specific habits can affect your mood. But if you’re like me, sometimes doing a standard habit tracker with multiple habits all in one place can be overwhelming. I prefer to focus on one thing at a time, and in this case, we’re talking sleep!

sleep tracker header


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There are a couple of different ways you can set up a sleep tracker, and as always, I recommend playing around to see what works best for you. Change things up and make adjustments wherever you feel like you need to, or add your own spin on the lettering or doodles to make it feel like your own.


Sleep Tracker 1: Bar Graph

This version of a sleep tracker is for those who want to keep track of their bedtime and wake up time in addition to their hours of sleep. Every morning, just colour in the squares starting with when you went to bed and ending with when you woke up - then note the total hours slept in the coloured in portion.

bar graph


Sleep Tracker 1: Line Graph

This is a great option for those who like the visual satisfaction of a classic line graph. If you have a specific goal (for example, to get 7 hours of sleep per night) you can also add a dotted line across the horizontal line to give you the extra push to reach (or surpass) it every night.

line chart


To get you started on your own Sleep Tracker, I’ve created a printable that you can decorate and fill in yourself. Feel free to re-print and re-use this month after month!

Click to download now. 

free sleep tracker printable


Like most bullet journaling, these spreads work best when you make them your own. Doodle, draw, letter and experiment to find the best way to do these for yourself!

If you’d like to see more of my spreads, you can find me on Instagram at

Don’t forget to tag @archerandolive,, #AOShare and #archerandolive when you try your own weekly spreads. See you next time!

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30 Jan 2023 Anna andke

Hello I’m new to your company as well to bullet journaling. I use to work in a Happy Planner but it became so stressful when I would look at empty pages because I had no time to work in it and I had to follow their format. I think buju will help me with my depression and anxiety at least that’s my prayer. Thank you for being there when I needed your company.
Anna 717-222-2840

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