Planning for 2011: Printable Calendar Edition
Writing the words “planning for 2011″ almost sent me in a tailspin… seriously, two thousand eleven, really?!
Whether you want to admit it or not, 2011 is almost upon us. This means that the creative minds around the world are creating calendars of all shapes and sizes. I had the pleasure (sarcasm) of converting a calendar from a previous year at my first design job. In case you can’t picture it, that involved me moving formatted numbers 1 position left and researching obscure holidays to confirm where they needed to sit on the calendar. Ever since that fun adventure I’ve had a HUGE appreciation for the effort that goes into calendars, so….
Here are some awesome printable calendars for 2011
The Compact Calendar, by comparison, is great for representing a schedule compactly while maintaining the important context of weekends and holidays. In general, we’re trying to fit our tasks into continuous days of work that cross month boundaries; by running all the days together, we can maintain that sense of continuity and still not lose track of what month it is. (via
The owl craze is still going strong. For those who can’t get enough of them, I present to you the Owl Lover 2011 printable calendar. Customize your calendar online by choosing from 30 different owl illustrations. (via
You might wonder why I’m posting this in November instead of waiting til later in December. Well, I’ll let ya in on a little secret, I have an awesome blog series planned for EVERYDAY of December. A long list of awesome writers have agreed to contribute. As the posts have come in (for me to get scheduled) I have become more and more excited! Stay tuned til November 30th to get the rundown on the upcoming series. I will tell ya if you aren’t already subscribed you may want to do that now. your options are
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Blonde Computer Nerd. Texas Girl (Dallas to be exact). Community Manager for Bizzy. Social Media Club of Dallas Leadership. Lover of all things pink. Mac & Cheese fanatic. Apple Fangirl.
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