Free Monthly Water Tracker Printable Sheet (A4 and Letter)


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A printable water drinking chart is exactly the thing to help you focus on drinking more water each day. This monthly water tracker printable is totally free and has little water glasses that you can colour in or tick off as you get through your day. It can be really motivating to see them start filling up!

monthly water tracker printable

Note: This printable is one of 100+ Free Printables To Make Your Home Life Easier…

What Is A Water Tracker?

Simply put, a water tracker tracks how much water you have each day / week or month.

You decide on the serving size (usually a glass, a specific bottle, a litre, or a pint) – and then tick off whenever you drink that amount.

monthly water tracker printable

Get A Copy Of The Water Drinking Chart

monthly water tracker printable

This free monthly water tracker printable can be yours right now!

It’s part of the Free Printables Library available to all subscribers of OMH, and all you need to do to get access to it is click on the button below and sign up.

Note: This template is available in both A4 and Letter sizes, as a pdf template. Although 80gsm paper is adequate for most day to day uses, I recommend printing on paper that’s at least 100gsm for the best results, and 120gsm if displaying the printable. You could also use coloured paper for a more personalised style (I love using brown paper!).

Why Do You Need To Track Your Water Intake?

We all need to drink more water, but often it’s easier said than done.

Why is it that we know something’s good for us, but find it so hard to do it?

Tracking it can make it into a bit more of a game, and make it more appealing. It can also show progress (good or bad) so you can take action and tweak your habits in order to drink more.

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Ways To Drink More Water

#1 – Make it a habit to drink a glass before you get out of bed in the morning. Have it there ready the night before.

#2 – Drink a glass of water before every meal.

#3 – Swap one or two hot drinks each day for water. You could have warm water with lemon or sugar free squash to make it easier to drink.

#4 – Don’t like plain water? While you get used to it, add a little fresh fruit or sugar free squash to make it more palatable.

#5 – Set yourself a goal – and reward yourself if you achieve it. Great motivation!

monthly water tracker printable

Why not get a copy of the monthly water tracker printable now and get started on seeing how much water you actually drink each month?

Then next month challenge yourself to increase the amount!

Good luck…


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This article was written by Chrissy

Hi - I'm Chrissy... Having run my own business for 12 years as a Professional Organiser and Interior Designer, I know what works (and what doesn't!) when it comes to setting up a home that works both functionally and aesthetically. Now you can mostly find me in a coffee shop or at home, working full time on (which I setup back in 2011) sharing all my tips and ideas. My mission is to help you create a home that you love to live in every day...


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