2013 Calendars – Online and Off


Google Calendar
If you are in Gmail all day for work, a Google calendar may be the quickest way for you to get organized this year! Make calendars for you and your sweetie, the whole family, or plan a girls getaway weekend of your very own with all the girls. Make the calendar right from your Gmail account, you’ll be able to share it with everyone involved, and they will all be able to edit it right from their own accounts. Learn more here.

Pickett’s Press
This cute activity schedule pad ($50) is great for a family on the go. It’s the perfect size for the fridge (there is a bigger size too for $65), and you can personalize it for your family. The wonderful ladies over at Pickett’s Press have offered a discount on this schedule pad to The E List readers for today Jan. 2nd – Wednesday Jan. 9th! Use this code at checkout and get 5% off:12131913PPELIST.

Family Activity Schedule Pad: http://www.pickettspresshome.com/home-pads-paper/padsandpaper/schedule-pads/activities-schedule-pads.html

Bob’s Your Uncle
Because sometimes we need a page to dump our To Do list into everyday, with extra room for Someday. If that describes you, click here for this 8 Days a Week Planner.

Of course, calendars aren’t just about getting organized, they are also about the pretty. Here are some favorites to lay my eyes on around the house.

Cummings & Good – The Calendar
Not just a calendar– this unique creation provides you with twelve months of art and ideas for your home, office or school. 19th in a series by the renowned design studio Cummings & Good, nearby in Chester, it’s long, narrow profile fits surprising well in all kinds of places.

Nikki McClure Papercuts Calendar
Nikki McClure’s yearly calendar features her original papercuts – strong images of everyday life, each with a powerful verb that inspires to action. Printed on acid-free paper using soy ink in Olympia, Washington, click here to learn more.

There is pretty much a calendar for every desire on Etsy, click here to peruse them all, and check out a few that caught my eye below.

2013 Recipe Wall Calendar: http://www.etsy.com/listing/109944306/2013-recipe-wall-calendar-localseasonal

2013 Buy Local Calendar: http://www.etsy.com/listing/60183298/2013-buy-local-calendar

2013 Bill Paying Calendar: http://www.etsy.com/listing/84699022/dated-bills-calendar

Birthday Calendar – Remember your friends’ birthdays. Use this calendar over and over, year after year:

Do you have more photos than you know what to do with? Take your digital photos of favorite places and people and make your own calendar that will keep you inspired all year long. Shutterfly has tons of styles and layouts to choose from, and delivers a high-quality finished product right to your doorstep. Of course the best part is… they are on sale! Click here for more information.