Pocket Calendar Tips

It's time to get out the pocket calendars/planners for the New Year. I like to use an interim calendar from one of the ones I get from advertisers through January, until I find a good deal on a pocket calendar book on sale. (I used to use those little Hallmark ones from the card stores. Do they still make those?) I customize these advertisement pocket calendars by gluing on art/graphics I have cut out and then covering them with clear contact paper.


Once I get the more 'permanent' calendar, I can slip the smaller one in with the 'better' one, as the ad calendars are the monthly kind, which gives me an overview of my schedule, while the details go into the 'better' pocket calendar where there is more room.

By Pamphyila from Los Angeles, CA

January 7, 20080 found this helpful

I do the same thing. And, yes, Hallmark still gives out those little paper datebooks -- but they have a lot less pages than before and a lot more advertisments for Hallmark products!

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January 7, 20080 found this helpful

When I discard my Christmas cards I write each senders name on a day in the calendar and pray for that family on their day. I generally send them a note at the beginning of the week letting them know their day-so they can be awware of any special blessings they may receive that day! Keeps Christmas going all year long!

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January 7, 20080 found this helpful

Michael's has really cute calendars that are check book size for $1! I put in in place of my checkbook (never carry it anymore).

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