7 Calendars To Get You Started In 2018

Cool, quirky, original, useful and reusable calendars that will give you a fun head-start in 2018. Here's wishing you a happy new calendar!!

New Year’s is about parties, happiness, celebrations, welcomes, goodbyes, hugs, kisses, and, if you’re lucky, memorable calendars that are more than just the same old calendars. Yes, calendars. Most of them tend to be yawn-inducing. Unless, you check out the cool and quirky and original and memorable and useful and reusable calendars that we have in store for you. Happy New Year and happy new calendar!

1. TRAVEL MATE:

If you love to travel and wished to be helped with making and keeping travel plans, you will make good friends with this smart and witty offering from Hashtag Idea.

2. DIFFERENT TYPE:

What happens when a charming vintage type writer meets an unusual way to look at the fine art of creating keeping a calendar you will discover when you get to the bottom of this desktop day and date keeper from the DIY world of Sky Goodies.

3. INSIDE OUTSIDE:

This multifaceted guy from Sky Goodies is more than just a calendar. It’s a craft. It’s a work of art. It’s a pencil box. And it’s a memorable way to say Happy New Year! Get into it.

4. DRINKING BUDDY:

Looking for someone who can talk spiritedly with you day in and day out in 2018? You needn’t look any further than this cheery peg for the year ahead from Hashtag Idea.

5. GET FRAMED:

Get into a different frame of mind when it comes to the art of looking at calendars with this recyclable out-of-the-square idea from Decography.

6. WHITE SPACE:

For a calendar that gives you space to think, note, and go places again and again and again, this multitasker from I Value Every Idea is the space to go.

7. GRAND IDEA:

The DiY-interested and the musically-inclined will be enticed by the beauty and inventiveness of this grand piano of a calendar-cum-installation art from Sky Goodies. Handcraft your calendar.

Avinash Subramaniam

Avinash has been an advertising writer, fiction writer, poetry writer, freelance writer and serial wronger. Other roles he has been in include those of an editor, brand builder, and teacher. His interests include advertising, scrabble, body building, chess, cinema, making money, reading, internet culture, cricket, photography. To hear him air his thoughts, follow him on Twitter @armchairexpert.

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