Things I Love Thursday: Calendars!
This is a calendar of beauty. Usually placed in public areas of the home to convey to the entire family that they, too, should be taking note of what's happening around here.
And if it says "Baseball Game at 6 on Monday" you best get your uniform in the wash on Sunday or you're ridin' dirty to the game.
(as seen on Gift Guide for the Lady Folk)
Calling all girls who ran for Secretary of BETA Club or Student Council and listed "Good handwriting" as reason to cast a vote in her direction!
This is more whimsical than Serious Agenda (#2) and requires the use of good pens. (Read: PaperMate Flair/InkJoy or those non bleed thru Sharpies)
Also, stickers included.
Admittedly, I'm not a #1 foam finger holder of Team Dry Erase. One brother shoving another brother into the fridge where this hangs and you have no clue what you're doing on Thursday afternoon. There's too much room for error here.
However, if you find the right spot for this, then it's a gem.
But only in the weekly form. Monthly dry erase makes zero sense because who nears the end of a month and just shrugs their shoulders when having to wait until the last day to plan again for the next 30/31 days? These must be for the folks who are strong starters but have given up by the 15th. And also for the folks who enjoy writing numbers 1-30 twelve different times a year. No thanks.
Get the weekly one. Hang it where no one will bump into it.
I'm most excited about this one.
Each Day is a bubble to pop, and Weston's arrived in the mail today, and I can't wait to give it to him. He got so into his Advent calendar this year and has shown continued confusion about the months of the year that I thought this could be a good tool for him to have.
There's a zero percent chance that he won't go Buddy the Elf in the elevator scene on this thing within the first week, but we'll at least have something to look at and remember that time I tried.
Stickers are included to place over important bubble dates you're anticipating like Disney trips. Or trips to Parker's gas station for a $0.79 slushy like we get hype about. Because YOLO and slushy flavor mixing is life. When lemon lime-blue raspberry Coke becomes a new thing, just thank the Ussery boys.
Oh, and did I mention THIS IS THE GIVEAWAY ITEM?!? Go to @whimsytown on IG for the info to enter.
This calendar is for two different groups of people:
1. The non morning person who can't handle a lot of info right when they wake up. Let's just start them with what day it is, and after they yell at everyone for turning on too many lights and for breathing, maybe they can handle glancing at their Apple Watch to see what time they have to be at that stupid meeting run by all the coffee-hating idiots who love sunrises and water with lemon.
2. People who don't give a dern what day it is. This just serves as something to put on their desk.
Either way, it's kinda cute in its simple design, and the large numbers might keep me from having an overdue bill or missing an important birthday of a birthday diva who would unfriend me for forgetting. Again.
Let's get real. No one really wants this calendar for any other reason than to laugh at how ridiculous it is.
But maybe you give it to your friend who enjoys giving gifts, and ya never know what could happen.
An impromptu lunch date to Bojangles on July 6th?
Happy Hour at Ben and Jerry's on March 6th?
Stay at home in your doomsday bunker on May 3rd?
2019 could quickly become your best year EVER!
Alright, peeps. Share your stories. Share your tricks. What's the calendar/planner/agenda of wonder keeping you together in 2019? Or are you still in your matching jammies sitting by your fire hazard of a Christmas tree crying about not hearing Christmas Shoes again for a whole ten months?
It's ok. There's room for you, too, in Whimsytown. But get on over to @whimsytown on Instagram and follow the steps for the bubble calendar for Step #1 of the intervention plan we have set in place for you.