Why make an 18 month calendar if you are buying a new one before you use more than 12 months? Why not make a 12 month from September to September? Plus it is soooo hard to throw away those months you are not going to use.
Thanks for everything you do.
Dear FlyBaby G.
We get lots of calendar questions every day; like why are you selling a calendar in June? Many people are already putting appointments down for next year. I know I have made a couple of dentist appointments in January and June of next year.
As for an 18 month calendar, we all need a little GRACE in our lives. Our calendar goes for 17 months from August to December of the next year. We are sidetracked and we need a grace period when it comes to getting a new calendar. The holidays is a tough time to remember to buy a calendar. Those grace months are there to help you; not make it hard for you. They cost you nothing to have them. Use them if you have not reordered your calendar.
I actually keep my calendars. They are not clutter to me. I can see where we were and what we did. I can also see weight fluctuations. This helped me to figure out when I became anemic. Many people write their menus on their calendar because there is plenty of room. Others write down their child’s first tooth, step or words. You can also keep funny things your family says in your calendar. It can become your Family History Journal!
Don’t allow your perfectionism to bite you once again. This causes us to procrastinate and then before we know it there is no place to write down you family reunion for next year.
Get your calendar now before you get desperate and resort to writing on the wall! LOL Have you been one of our members who has been trying to do without a FlyLady Calendar till this August because of those Grace Months? Get your calendar now and stop whining about a free gift with purchase. LOL You get 5 extra months for the price of a 12 month calendar. Now that is a deal!
If you like to put your calendar on the refrigerator; we have great magnets that will hold it.