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QUILTY CALENDARS FEBRUARY AND MARCH

Sometimes I suck so bad, it makes me crylaugh and snort simultaneously. I just glanced at my fridge door and noticed the calendar from January still hanging on it. It’s amazing how our brains can become unresponsive to certain things after a while, and while I have no idea of the cause to make me see it with new eyes again, instead of writing a to do in my calendar, I made the two missing calendars in one go. And I will write a note in it to make April’s calendar to post – before March is completely over.

Here’s the one for February, in case you wish to make retroactive scribbles still:

Nina With Freckles - 2016-02 Quilty Calendar 2016-03-12

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And the one for March:

Nina With Freckles - 2016-03 Quilty Calendar 2016-03-12

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I hope you enjoy them! Please comment if you find something wrong with the pdf file, and I’ll see if I can fix the problem.

Earlier calendar:

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QUILTY CALENDAR – A MONTHLY FREEBIE IN 2016

Hello everyone, it’s been a while since I posted my last update on Tokyo Subway Map QAL and I finally have the fabric. I also received the Moleskine about two weeks ago, but as I was printing some things to put into it, I ran out of glue tape. The grocery stores didn’t carry it, but an office supplies store wasn’t immediately on my path, so it’s taken longer than expected to get on a roll with the new Bullet Journal gone GTD. There are finally some photos I want to post, but that will wait until next week.

In the meantime, the little thank you I have promised to share! You’ll find the download button at the end of the post, and the file is uploaded to WordPress directly, so no worries about weird external link sources.

Nina With Freckles - 2016-01 Quilty Calendar 2016-01-17

I’ve decided to post a free printable Quilty Calendar each month this year, and that is the one for January. Mine is already on the fridge, so printing works on Mac at least. The format is A4 and make sure to print at 100% even if your paper is US letter.

Why “quilty”? Well, I like graphic shapes, and the greyscale was chosen to accommodate also those with black-and-white printing as only option at home. Plus it is nice with a subdued colour palette from time to time.

If you’re curious about the typography, the month is written in Anders by Tom Anders Watkins, who happens to be half-Finnish by the way. Anders is a free font, as is Questrial by Admix Designs, the one used in the calendar portion. As usual, should you install them for your own use, make sure to read the licences, which in particular on Behance vary quite a bit. A safe choice is FontSquirrel, the source of Questrial linked above, with their free fonts for commercial use.

Enjoy the calendar and please respect the copyright! Refer your friends to my blog and I’m very happy. 2016 is go!

Nina With Freckles - Download button 2015-09-16

Free Printable – Habit Building

NinaWithFreckles - Habit Building 2013-11-06

Gretchen Rubin’s The Happiness Project is the foundation of this free printable, Habit Building. Her book is written according to the calendar year, but I’ve made this printable to suit a start any time of the year. Just scribble “December 2013” after Month 1, if you begin your project next month. I’ve started this month, so my text says “November 2013 – Sleep”, because I need to stabilise my sleeping rhythm once and for all.

“The Happiness Project” has been translated to other languages by now and it is quite well-know, so chances are good your local library might carry it, if you don’t want to purchase a copy for yourself. First I did just this, but found it to be so useful that I ended up buying it. Enjoy your printable!

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You can find the other printables in this series here.

The Very Serious part: The printables are intended for your personal use only and please refer family and friends to this blog instead of just copying the file, too. You are prohibited from altering it, claiming it to be your work, and all the other yadayada that goes with copyright rules.

Free Printable – Special Days

NinaWithFreckles - Special Days

Special Days is a free printable, the first in a series, which will be published before New Year’s this year. I’ve tried to use a digital system for a while and in theory it works, but currently I need pen and paper to get things done. Since I’ve made these for myself, I might as well share them with you! Plot birthdays, namedays, anniversaries, and other nice days on it, and put it in your home management binder!

And speaking of it, if you know about Getting Things Done, you might find some features particularly useful for you in the coming organisers. If you haven’t been introduced to the method by David Allen just yet, I’ll explain how to use future printables in the posts.

I’ve made them to fit A4 papers, which are slightly differently sized compared to the U.S. letter size, but it should work just fine to “print all image” or something similar, or perhaps adjust from 100% to slightly smaller. Whenever I print from letter-sized pdf’s to A4 paper, I adjust in a similar fashion and it works like a charm, so please don’t let this stop you!

The printables are intended for your personal use only and please refer family and friends to this blog instead of just copying the file, too. You are prohibited from altering it, claiming it to be your work, and all the other yadayada that goes with copyright rules.

Now that the boring necessities are done with, please download this printable Special Days from Dropbox! Please let me know if you have problems downloading or using the file itself.

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