Monthly Bipolar Mood Tracker
This is a post I made back on May 30, 2017. I just started using this mood tracker – that I created – again recently. I find it so useful because you print it out and it is only one sheet of paper. I often take it to my therapy sessions to show my therapist how my moods have been. I just wanted to reshare this with everyone in case anyone is interested in trying it out. I used the link below to get it for myself so it should be working just fine. If anyone encounters a problem with it please leave a comment and let me know.
If you decide to use this monthly mood tracker let me know what you think of it.
I am not entirely sure if this will open for everyone but this is worth a shot. This is something I created for myself using MS Excel to help track my moods since they were all over the place at times. I haven’t used it for a while now so I know I would need to update it to make it more relevant to my needs during this stage of my life.
Anyone is free to use it, edit it, turn it into something that may benefit you. I created it in a very simple way so it shouldn’t be too hard for anyone to tweak. If the page orientation gets distorted during transfer all your have to do is go to “Page Layout” then “Orientation” and then click on “Landscape” and that should fix the issue.
I hope this helps someone else as much as it helped me. Now that I know I can upload documents I may have way more useful information to share. I have a bunch of therapy worksheets on different topics saved to my laptop.
Samantha is the author of "My Bipolar Mind: You're not alone," she is also a freelance writer, blogger, and mental health advocate who runs and manages her own mental health blog MyBipolarMind.com.