If you’ve been reading for a while then you know I have a bit of a thing for calendars. I love my little command center area with my family organizer calendar, I am obsessed with using my Emily Ley planner, and we’ve even created a giant chalkboard wall calendar to keep our weekly activities at the forefront.
But this year I somehow forgot to pick up my favourite family organizer calendar. I thought that I bought one back in July, as I always do… but come January 1st, I couldn’t find it anywhere. Weird, right?
So I decided it was time to come up with something a bit better; a bit prettier but equally as functional as my previous family calendar. I came up with an outline of what I wanted and had a talented graphic designer turn it into a reality for me so that I could share it with all my email subscribers!
Please consider it my gift to you for following along on this housie journey with me. When I started this little hobby blog nearly six years ago I had no idea of the journey it would take me on. I could not even or imagined the skills it would force me to develop, the people it would allow me to “meet” and work with, and of the opportunities it would provide me with. But at the heart of it all is my readers and my email subscribers, so I want to say thank you for being part of this journey and I wish you an amazing 2018!
I hope you love it as much as I do…
I LOVE the lined boxes – it makes it so much easier to keep all your activities appointments straight and your calendar looking tidy instead of like it’s been attacked with a jar of ink…
To download your own copy, all you need to do is sign up for access to my printables library below and I’ll send you to a page where you can access the free printable calendar in whichever size you prefer! Or if you know the secret password already, you can download the printables yourself by clicking here.CLICK HERE TO ACCESS YOUR FREE PRINTABLES
I had this made in two sizes: 11×17 (because I like LOTS of space for writing in) and 8.5×11 for a smaller, easy to print at home version.
I had mine printed at my local Staples Copy and Print Center on their highest thickness of 11×17 paper. They also do binding, so you could have the top of this bound like a regular calendar, but I’m planning to pin mine on our bulletin board in our Command Center.
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I hope you enjoy it!