New Year, New Calendar

Somehow, it is 2013. As kids, did we ever think the years would get this high into the two-thousands? And now that the dust has settled after another whirwind holiday season, you have no idea what day it is. The second? The eighteenth? Who knows- half of your office is still on vacation, and the Mayans said it would be all over by now! Get it together, and get yourself a new calendar. Use it for scheduling, routines, motivation or for decoration. (A little cubicle flair goes a long way.) Whatever your need, hang one up and feel slightly more with-it as you track the days, seasons, and, eventually, 2013 pass by.

Follow Me on Pinterest | Posted: 09 Jan, 2013 by Rene

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  • Wall Planner Perpetual Calendar


    Forget about the eye-catchingly vibrant, patterned illustrations Sam Osborne has peppered throughout this enormous perpetual calendar, and breathe in the brevity of THE WHOLE YEAR IS AHEAD OF YOU, WAITING TO BE PLANNED. Each day of each month has a line for notations, appointments, reminders or whatever you see fit to jot down. Grab a pen and get to work.

    $25 at Sam Osborne Store | Buy

    | Posted 11 Jan, 2013 by Rene
  • DIY Embroidery Tea Towel Calendar


    Did you resolve to be more crafty in 2013? Pick up this embroidery kit from Curious Doodles and fulfill that resolution and keep track of the days in one handy, adorable tea towel calendar. Don’t you just love a multi-tasker?

    $40 at Curious Doodles | Buy

    | Posted 11 Jan, 2013 by Rene
  • Hammerpress Chief Calendar


    Sure, we love the great graphics of this cardboard calendar bearing a chief in all his glory, but what we really love is the satisfying rrrrip! as we tear off the month at its end.

    $30 at Greer Chicago | Buy

    | Posted 11 Jan, 2013 by Rene
  • Cupcakes Desk Calendar


    Sweet, sweet cupcakes. What could be a yummier way to keep track of the days than with cheerful, colorful cupcakes?

    $15 at KTF Design | Buy

    | Posted 11 Jan, 2013 by Rene
  • Birthday Calendar


    Never get caught a day late and a greeting card short. Dedicate 10 minutes at the beginning of the year to jotting down the birthdays of your friends and family and always be prepared to celebrate.

    $30 at Linda & Harriett | Buy

    | Posted 11 Jan, 2013 by Rene
  • Letterpress Calendar


    Beautiful letterpress cards act as artwork-meets-calendar in 1 Canoe 2’s lovely and original series. Frame each month on the wall or display on your desk in the rustic wood stump that comes included.

    $26 at 1 Canoe 2 Letterpress | Buy

    | Posted 11 Jan, 2013 by Rene
  • Garden Wall Calendar


    Plant, sow and grow in 2013. Rifle Paper Co. is known for their simple and sweet illustrations, and this garden-themed calendar is another hit that anyone with a green thumb would love to hang in their potting shed.

    $16 at Rifle Paper Co. | Buy

    | Posted 10 Jan, 2013 by Rene
  • Modern Art Calendar


    Expand your artistic horizons and learn about the great modern artistis with MOMA’s sleek and cheap wall calendar. Great for an art lover or anyone who wants to look smarter.

    $2 at MOMA Store | Buy

    (On sale)

    | Posted 10 Jan, 2013 by Rene
  • Accordian Calendar


    Artist e.b. goodale captures the seasons with whimsical flair in Smudge Ink’s accordian calendar. Spread the entire year out or display the current month as you go.

    $15 at Smudge Ink | Buy

    | Posted 10 Jan, 2013 by Rene
  • Country Western Cat Calendar


    Brighten your office with a sweet kitty calendar made of birch wood. Equal parts decoration and calendar, this charming, hanging cat will inform you of the day and remind you to smile.

    $18 at Night Owl Paper Goods | Buy

    | Posted 09 Jan, 2013 by Rene
  • Nice Jewish Guys Calendar


    Jewish mothers everywhere are thrilled that someone finally -finally!- heard their pleas and amassed an adorable collection of nice Jewish guys perfect for their daughters. And anyway, would it kill you to pick up the phone and call your mother?

    $16 at Modern Tribe | Buy

    | Posted 09 Jan, 2013 by Rene