Sharing a Printable Vertical Calendar-Planner 2015
(Just in case if you’re searching for the 2016 calendar, it’s here!)
Yeah, I know, you are thinking now, isn’t it a bit too late for a calendar? Well, I’d say, it’s never too late for a good habit, and these printable calendar pages will help me and hopefully some of you to start one.
A few weeks ago I came to conclusion that I need a planner. I mentioned this desire while talking with my husband, and as he is the man who doesn’t like porcrastination, my brand-new planner waited for me on my table on the same evening. That’s where lays our biggest difference. I like to think slowly and thoroughly. I like to choose carefully. And most of the times I like to make it by myself.
Yesterday I read in one of the posts in my blog feed about the Book of Days that one lady has made for herself. She settled on vertical months pages as the most convinient way of planning months. And I realised that it was exactly what I needed!
So, without long introduction, meet my printable vertical monthly calendar pages. Every A4 format page is split into two months. All of the months have weekends highlighted. And each day has a little hexagon on the left, so you can mark where you are located in the month timeline. Notice that the hexagons are smaller at the beginning of each month, they grow as the month comes to an end, which also can help you to feel time.
I also loved the bullet technique, that was promoted by the lady from Attic24, and actually draw the hexagon with the thought that those can be used a similar way too. Look, it’s simple: when you start a day — strike the hexagon once, when the day ends strike it one more time.
And now I’m off to buy a notebook for my own book of days!