Today everyone is looking for a quick fix to so many of their problems. This can especially be observed through how people attempt to improve their daily life and mood through simple habits. While some small habits can make a large difference, a one size fits all approach typically can not be applied to produce real results. In order for people to facilitate positive change into their lives, they must understand the best ways to help themselves. Through multiple explorations over the course of the semester, I aimed to help people gain a better understanding of how to track and interpret how their daily habits and mood interacted with one another. While creating, I focused on a few questions, including how mundane habits affect mood both on a micro and macro level, how a personalized color lens can enhance user experience, and how to create a more enjoyable approach to tracking to relieve stress. To begin, I started to keep a detailed journal of my own daily habits and mood, and contextualize it in ways that ranged from very technical to more conceptual. This resulted in various infographic studies, posters, and a small book. Following my understanding of the approach that best helped me, I quickly realized that this likely would not work for everyone, and began to work on solutions for different types of people. This resulted in the design of a website, coloring book, and app. By exploring various approaches to create a design solution, more inventive and inclusive solutions were formed.