2013 Calendars

by Grace Bonney

One of the few resolutions I try to make (and keep) at the beginning of every year is to be more organized. I usually start off strong with cleaning and organizing goals, then quickly slip into chaos. So this year, I’m going to put some tools to use, including an actual print calendar. I’ve been using my Gmail calendar for everything, and I just don’t always remember to check it. This year I’m attaching a calendar to the back of my front door so I have to see it before I leave every day. Hopefully I’ll be less likely to get a phone call from my dentist asking why I’m not at my appointment already. Here’s hoping that all of us have a happy and well-organized year ahead of us. xo, grace

Image above: 1. Sugar Paper Calendar, $52 | 2. Cutout Number Calendar, $27 | 3. Indigo Bunting Calendar, $36 | 4. Zoo Calendar, $27 | 5. Wood Desk Calendar, $21 | 6. Stendig Calendar, $40 | 7. Darling Clementine Calendar, $10 | 8. Zig Zag Calendar, $11 | 9. Botanical Calendar, $42 | 10. W+K Calendar, $30 | 11. Language of Flowers Calendar, $28

Image above: 1. Cat Calendar, $30 | 2. Frankie Mag Calendar, $30 | 3. Flower Print Calendar, $18 | 4. Beer/Food Calendar, $24 | 5. Garden Calendar, $16 | 6. Botanical Calendar, $32

More calendars after the jump . . .

Image above: 1. Cats Calendar, $45 | 2. Icon Calendar, $36 | 3. Neon Owl Calendar, $14 | 4. Dozi Calendar, $22

Image above: 1. Prism Calendar, $33 | 2. Cats Calendar, $14 | 3. Rifle Paper Calendar, $20

Image above: 1. Ink and Wit Calendar, $48 | 2. Fox Calendar, $21 | 3. Sesame Letterpress Calendar, $20

Image above: 1. Astrology Calendar, $20 | 2. Egg Letterpress Calendar, $28 | 3. Fashion Illustration Calendar, $25

Image above: Hungry Fox Calendar, $20

Image above: Succulent Papercut Calendar, $40

Image above: Thumbelina Calendar, $33

Image above: Kitchen Herbs Calendar, $23 | Cyanotype Calendar, $65

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