The first eco-conscious, sustainable, minimalist planner that aligns your work + wellness in one place.
Anyone who’s been around here for a hot second knows that I’m a firm believer in the power of hydration. I’ve been consuming at least 100 ounces a day for the past 6 years and I will gladly talk your ear off about how much it changed my life.
Although I regularly use my Daily Page Notepad to track my own hydration, I loved a request I got recently from a reader to design a 1-page Weekly Water Tracker that she could keep on her fridge! After letting her test it out for a week, we made some minor adjustments and here is the final product!
I’ve put one on our fridge, as well, and I really love having a convenient place to track water each day, and then see an overview at the end of the week. When you purchase the digital file ($4) you’ll receive two pdf files that you are free to print as often as you wish. One is for a standard 8.5 x 11″ design, the other prints two per page (5.5 x 8.5″). You can, of course, just print one out each week and then store or dispose of it when you’re done tracking. However, I opted to enclose mine inside of a 3M Self-Sealing Laminate Pouch (available via Amazon) and then hung a wet erase marker next to it. At the end of the week it wiped clean and I was ready for another week of hydration! If you give this design a try I’d love to see how you’re using it! Share it with my on Instagram by tagging @Thyme_is_Honey!
Update 11/11/18 – Althought a dry or wet erase marker will work just great for this project, another marker I have discovered and really love with this product, as well as some of my erasable calendars, are the Staedtler Correctable Lumocolor markers. They are basically permanent until you use the little eraser on the end to erase. I like that they don’t easily wipe away or get smeared. You can get a set of 4 colors on Amazon for $11.
Below is a peek at my final product (complete with cute photos of Walter) and here are the steps I followed to create it: