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This 2018 Bubble Wrap Calendar Will Make Next Year Really Pop!

So, the year is coming to an end soon. It sure has been a great one. Well, maybe not great, but hey at least it wasn’t boring. But of course, you’ll need a new calendar soon and what better way to relax in the coming year than with a bubble wrap calendar.

It works like any regular calendar, January goes first, and December is last; but this one let’s you pop your days away, which is way more fun than crossing them out with a marker.

Of course, the only issue would be resisting the urge to pop more than one day at a time. You could spend a minute popping blindly and accidentally end up erasing August. But then again, the year will fly by so fast anyway, and then before you know it, 2019 is ending, then 2020, then 2021, 2030, 2050, and then…death.

….$25 on Amazon.

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It’s a Doggy Dog World: 2015 Dog Poop Calendar

Dog Poop Calendar

If you’re still on the hunt for a calender for 2015, then this might be the one for you. You don’t have to be a fan of dogs or poop to appreciate the awesomeness of the 2015 Dog Poop Calendar. It’s weird, it’s fun, it’s kooky– it’s everything you should look for in a calendar, considering the fact that you’re probably going to be looking at it for the majority of the year.

In between assignments, appointments, meetings, and deadlines, looking at dogs poop every once in a while offers some comic relief so you don’t burn out from the stress of every day life. The calendar is available online for $15.

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Endless Calendar Goes On and On and On

Endless Calendar

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The Endless Calendar is a modular calendar of sorts that you can put on display and use and re-use for the months, years, and decades to come. It’s relatively simple, but it gets the job done. Each of the calendar’s components are printed by hand using wood types, which are then positioned and stored in a display unit that sort of looks like a napkin holder.

It won’t alert you to any meetings or special events, but it’ll let you know the date and what day of the week it is, and that should be more than enough for most people. The best part? No need to replace your calendar on a yearly basis anymore, obviously.

The Endless Calendar is available for $42.

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Forebruary is a Calendar For All Seasons

Forebruary
One thing that hasn’t gone paperless yet is the calendar. Every year, these things need to be replaced and it adds to the solid waste piling up in landfills all over the world. Maybe it’s with this realization that designer Ilya Birman worked with to come up with Forebruary. It’s a calendar that you can use for all seasons, every month of the year, for many years to come.

It’s not a digital calendar either. The design is pretty ingenious, really. Basically the calendar is in the form of a movable frame that is adjustable to “fit” whatever month it currently is.Continue Reading

How Happy Are You? Emoticon Calendar Helps You Keep Track

Emoticon Calendar

If you’re not big on words but come out swinging when it comes to moods, then maybe you need to swap your regular wall calendar for the Emoticon Calendar. You won’t be able to keep track of holidays or appointments on it, but you will be able to create an annual chart of your moods so you can see just how happy, sad, or angry you were throughout 2013 at year’s end.

If you end up with an Emoticon Calendar with mostly grins and smiley faces, then good for you. If you get a lot of sad faces with a few smiles squeezed in between, then maybe it’s time to re-evaluate your life and start doing things that make you happy again. On the other hand, if your chart looks like it has been overtaken by angry emoticons, then maybe it’s time you looked into anger management.

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