What is the theme of your 2012 wall calendar?

It's that time of year when those of us who use wall calendars start a new one.

This year I've been spoiled for choice thanks to 3 calendar Christmas gifts (hmmm, I suspect my family knows me too well).
- One has scenery of Italy with dates but no room for comments
- Two has photos of the Northern Lights with lots of room for writing appointments etc but public holidays etc for Canada, and not our Australian holidays.
- And three is the calendar I'll be using as the 'all major family appointments go here' collection point. It's a Doctor Who calendar, which hasn't got a lot of space for appointments but more space than calendar 1, has the major public holidays, and is a bit unconventional in design.

So, do you have a 2012 wall calendar?
Did you choose it or did life choose it for you?
If your calendar inspirational, pretty, intriguing or sensible?

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Demotivators !

Link

and my favorite of the collection: Tradition

>:D

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Love it!

That 'tradition' poster is so clever

Try...

Planning, Potential, Meetings, Mistakes, and/or Gubba-Mint
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off topic

ygor, I submitted a template for weight watchers users, if you could approve it for posting. thanks in advance :)

My choice

This year I found these two items:

Saathoff-Calendar and Earth from Space

Have fun!

More Time Moms

Boring and ugly but ridiculously functional. Had it last year. Thought it was ugly. Tried a different one this year, ended up chucking it and wasting that $15. Back to ugly and functional.

I would not call it ugly

http://www.moretimemoms.com/
Link so others can check them out.
But then such a call is very much a matter of personal preference.
I totally agree about the "ridiculously functional".
My initial opinion is that they are geared toward families with smaller kids, but you can definitely learn some excellent time management from the products.
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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson) ***

Blank laminated monthly calendar

I got it in the kid section of a grocery store.

It is affixed to the fridge with strong magnets.

Important days or tasks are listed on blank dry-erase magnetic sheets next to the blank laminated calendar which is also filled up using dry-erase pens of different colors.

The fridge also holds paper reminders secured with strong magnets.

I rent so always get the big white fridge, very handy to hold all the groceries and use as a ready white board with my dry-erase magnet sheets and colorful markers.

Some years ago, I bought a beautiful stainless steel magnetic board, it was damaged during my last move so I am contemplating using it to hold a laminated blank yearly calendar or a big sheet of dry erase paper held by strong magnet to make a bulletin board.

Angry Birds!

It is the family calender in the dinning room. A step up from last year when it was Three Stooges.

I hope its silent

Angry Birds are cute but the game's sound can get a little annoying. :)

Pillsbury

This is the third year I have gotten a free recipe calendar from Pillsbury to hang in the kitchen. My teen daughter has found a couple of easy recipes she likes. We don't write on it, just use it to figure out what the date is in the morning. We both use Google and sync our calendars on our Android phones.

Ahh technology

We write on our calendar simply because my husband's calendar-syncing-device is his memory. LOL

He used to accept invitations from family and friends and assume that whomever invited him would remember to remind him to turn up. Which doesn't really work if you've accepted 3 invitations for the same evening... :)

Fractal calendar at work

and Hawaii calendars at home. They're over the sink, so I can dream of the Islands while I'm doing dishes! I love my Fractal calendar too - I stare at it when I get writer's block or just need to rest my brain.