If you don’t know what bullet journaling is, it's basically the perfect love child between a planner, diary, and to-do list, so it can lend itself really well to recording info about your mental health.
We rounded up some ~bujo~ layouts perfect for tracking your mood, symptoms, medications, sleep, and anything else that can help you stay on top of or improve your mental health. That said, you don't have to go full bullet-journal junkie to use these — a lot of them can be done in any old notebook or on a random piece of paper. If you DO want to go all out, here are some best practices when it comes to using a bullet journal to track your mental health.
Quick note: Everyone's different, so the idea here is to get inspiration for layouts to track what you personally need/want to pay attention to — not to replicate anyone’s individual spread.