I love big desk calendars because there are large squares to write down to-dos and the boys' antics. Closest I get to a scrapbook/diary/journal. The last one I got was an 18-month calendar so it's been awhile since I've had to think about buying one. Until I looked under December and decided I best get to the store ASAP.
My calendar is one of the most important things in the house. Without it and the to-do list, I would forget everything. Chris has tried to get me to use Google calendar but seeing things on the screen is just not the same for me as seeing them in ink.
Here are some links to free calendars for the New Year. May it be filled with good things for all of us.
Skip to My Lou has a roundup of calendars including the owl lover calendar I shared about here.
Chez Beeper Bebe made a calendar for readers featuring her very cool projects from the past year. Nice quirky photographs to brighten your day.
This beauty is free from Alice Cantrell. I know, I didn't believe it either.
Amy Locurto has two free calendars featuring her photography ... one with roses, the other horses.
Here's a free Calendar of the Month club featuring a new paper craft each month to cut and paste. Found via How About Orange.
Ez shares her own nature-inspired watercolor calendar free on Creature Comforts. Very pretty pictures.
Okay these are not free, but Paper Crave has an eight-part series on all the creative calendar options one can find when you look past the mall pop-up store ... Start with Part One.
Got an iPhone ... here is a free calendar for it from Ollibird.
Also, here are two calendar/planning options for keeping track of future blog topics: One from Living Locurto and the other from Perideau Designs.
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