FREE Printable Calendars to Stay Organized in 2015
The beginning of a new year is the prime time for resolutions and getting organized. The technology-dominated society we live in offers tablets, smart phones, and watches that promise to track our schedules, streamline our days, and get us to where we need to be on time. Sometimes I find all of this technology to be a hindrance and all I want is a simple paper calendar, printed out and pinned next to my desktop computer.
Whether you ditch the digital or use a paper calendar in addition to your high-tech devices, here is a list of our favorite printable calendars for 2015:
Printable calendars with plenty of white space to track school activities, date nights, and holidays:
Blogger Shining Mom has created several free printable calendars to help you stay organized in 2015.
Calendars with a little extra:
Today’s Creative Blog features this monthly calendar with extra space to jot down notes on the side.
This calendar by Idlized gets right to the point and helps you organize your shopping list as well as other day-to-day to-dos!
Build your own 2015 planner with these free printables:
The Handmade Home has you covered with monthly calendars, weekly views, lesson planners, menu and cleaning planners, chore charts, brainstorming pages, and more. FREE and especially perfect for online learning families.
Botanical Paperworks encourages lovers of tangible calendars to download their black and white monthly calendar as well as their matching weekly planner pages. Hang the timetable in your office or compile in a binder to remind yourself on the go.
Just need to remind yourself of the date? Try any of these small desk calendars:
This Monday through Sunday calendar by DESIGN IS YAY! is perfect to place on your desk, in your kitchen, or by the phone.
Have a little DIY fun with these freestanding desk calendars by Little Stuff.
Do you keep a printed calendar in your work space? Please share in the comments below as we would love to hear how you keep on track with your day-to-day duties and activities.
Sarah Mills is a contributing writer for Learning Liftoff. She mentored and instructed kindergarten through high school-aged students throughout her college years and eventually went on to live and work in Yosemite National Park for a stint. Reading, writing, adventuring, and anything Harry Potter are some of Sarah’s favorite go-to activities.