Posts Tagged ‘calendar’

May Designs

Design your own Eco friendly book. 

Sewn Binding

All MAY BOOKS are bound together by the all-famous, old school sewing machine.

Not only is the thread fabulous for the environment, but the book becomes utterly indestructible. No pages ripping out, covers falling off… Believe us, we have tested notebooks.

Great binding keeps you out of bad stitch(uations).

Canvas Covers

Our Green-e Certified Canvas Covers are resilient, durable
and water-resistant.

After a few days of use, the canvas becomes worn-in like the perfect pair of jeans.

Pick a style (monthly agenda, weekly agenda, address book, budget journal, meal planner, calorie/exercise journal, kids coloring book, or a diary)

Step One.

Choose your pattern.

Step Two.

Customize it. Add a monogram or add a name

Step Three.

Choose your Inside Pages. Agendas, Dots, or maybe Lines

Step Four.

Preview & Checkout. Voila – you are finished!


This is my NEW 2015 Agenda May Book. I decided (after many revisions) for a colorful cover and an ‘N’ to represent Notes. I use my old one (2014 Agenda) almost every day and it still looks fantastic. (durable stitch binding)

Notes From Dawn received a May Book from May Designs in exchange for an honest review. A positive review is not guaranteed, and all opinions are my own. No other compensation was received.

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Use the website, WhenCanIReuseThisCalendar.comto find the calendar years that correspond. 

Your 2013 calendar is reusable in:

2019, 2030, 2041, 2047, 2058, 2069, 2075, 2086, 2097, and 2109.

In 2014, you can re-use calendars from these years:

2003, 1997, 1986, 1975, 1969, 1958, 1947, 1941, 1930, and 1919.

An older calendar can be a special gift when it’s for a year that’s significant to the recipient; i.e., a birthyear or the year of a graduation or a wedding.

Note: Some of the holidays may be on different day. And moon phases will definately be off. 


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It’s the first of  December & soon it will be the first of the new year.

My planner for 2014

Our Daily Bread 2014 Daily Planner


Featuring quarterly devotions from the pages of Our Daily Bread and a checklist to help you read through the Bible during the year, this 6″ x 9″ spiral-bound notebook is perfect for people on the go. Includes room for notes, space for addresses, and a weekly “To Do” list.
Our Daily Bread Daily Planner is just want I need for 2014. Very user friendly with monthly and weekly pages for the 12 months of 2014, January through December. It is a convenient, small size (6″x 9″) and the pages have a generous amount of writing space. The spiral binding allows for easy turning of pages; it allows for the planner to open flat or for the pages to fold all the way back upon itself, taking up less space on a desk. 
Special Features include perforated To-Do & Shopping lists, bible reading schedule, quarterly devotions from Our Daily Bread, and a bible verse on the monthly calendar page. Address pages, while not unique to a planner, are also included in the back. 
I received the Our Daily Bread Daily Planner from Discovery House Publishers to help facilitate the writing on an honest review. A positive review is not guaranteed and all opinions are my own. No other compensation was received.

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