Wavy weeks

Month- or year-at-a-glance with days of the week following a sinusoidal curve. March-December 2010 on 12" square scrapbook-sized paper.
Created these pages to track baby milestones for a scrapbook but thought others might be interested in the "wavy weeks" (inspired by W. Bradford Paley's 2007 planner: http://wbpaley.com/brad/index.htm).

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Wavy weeks.png
Usage advice: 

You can generate your own "wavy weeks" string using the linked Google spreadsheet (just change the dates in the first worksheet). Or make your own spreadsheet with dates in the first column and fill the second column with this formula: =CONCATENATE(REPT(" ",(3-ABS(WEEKDAY(A1)-4))*2),(DAY(A1)))

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12x12 Scrapbook size30.36 KB
8.5x11 Letter size33.17 KB
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Very nice

but it make me dizzy(ier) if I look at it too long :)
"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)

i agree. But it's a good

i agree. But it's a good kind of dizzy.
im not sure what I could really use it for, besides decoration.
im tempted to make a calender with it, but practicality...

anyone selling rollabind/circa punch, etc? I'm looking to start.