The Best Wall Calendar for Project Planning and The Big Picture – NeuYear Calendar – 10% Discount
Updated for 2015! And still 10% off. And now, there is an even bigger version that measures six feet by three feet.
The NeuYear Wall Calendar is stylish, innovative, and works great.
Unlike most calendars, the NeuYear calendar has no gaps between months. It shows 52 continuous weeks of time in the most useful layout. It can also be displayed in portrait or landscape layout.
I used the calendar for 2012 and I have ordered one for 2013. This year, for the first time, they are offering a dry erase version as an option. I’m going for that.
$30 – a steal. Pick one up here: Buy the NeuYear Wall Calendar
Or see various NeuYear calendar options on Amazon.
The NeuYear website says it all:
27″ x 39″ – It shows you the whole year at once. You no longer have to page through a traditional calendar (or on your small computer screen), to see the whole year. You can layout your goals for the year, set future deadlines, and clearly see the passing of time. Also, it has bigger squares so you can write more.
Unlike other calendars, this one has no space between months. The philosophy here is that the week is the currency we think in, so this calendar focuses on presenting 52 weeks, rather than 12 months. This feature helps you plan across months easily, and see clearly the distance/days between any two dates in the year. It will also motivate you to see weeks passing, deadlines approaching and goals accomplished.
It combines functional features with brilliant aesthetics. In Making Ideas Happen, author Scott Belsky says “the design of your productivity tools will affect how eager you are to use them. Attraction often breeds commitment.” You’ll be eager to use this attractive calendar.
TWO IN ONE.
Not only all this, but it’s 2 calendars in 1! It has a horizontal orientation that fits perfectly above your desk, or you can flip it over for a vertical orientation that fits perfectly on your door.
As the saying goes “if you fail to plan, you plan to fail.” This new calendar is a great tool to help you plan your dreams in 2012.