Monday, January 6, 2014

Lovely freebies: 2014 printable calendars

2014 has rolled in with a bang, and I've spent this entire 3-day weekend dreaming up new adventures, plotting up new projects and writing everything down in my Moleskine daily planner (my favorite, by far!). I'm a paper & a pen kind of girl through and through (always was, always will be): I simply can't get used to all those fancy iPhone apps and synchronized computer calendars. As far as I'm concerned, if it's not written down on a piece of paper, it doesn't exist, and it won't be taken care of. That's the way I roll. 

While I was "downloading" all my crazy ideas and inspirations to my notebook, I realized I was missing a proper desk calendar. The one that will help me keep track of days of the week (or month), where I'll be able to jot down a few action steps for me to complete and where all the birthdays and other important days will be highlighted. So to Pinterest I went, and of course, I wasn't disappointed. 

I've discovered so many fabulous, helpful and inspiring options that now I have a different kind of problem: which one to actually pick and print out? Terrible, I know. So while I'm trying to choose one favorite, feel free to pick your own winner, and let me know in the comments section. All these are my strongest contenders, but you can find even more of them on my Pinterest page dedicated to planners and calendars.

Happy planning, blogettes!

Colorful confetti via The Elli blog

Graphic patterns via Oh the lovely things!

Colorful monthly calendar with to do list, via Organised Housewife

Sweet new year calendar via Eat drink chic

Year of colour calendar via Design is yay!

Chalkboard-inspired calendar via Lia Griffith

Live free, love life colorful calendar via Miss Tiina

And three more for my fellow francophiles: 

Colorful french calendar via MiniReyve

Moroccan-inspired calendar in French, via Jasmine and Co.

This one will be published monthly: ZU January calendar

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  1. How cute! I love the sweets calendar :)

  2. Hi sweety, hope your start to 2014 has been a great one :) May it bring you tons of success, love and happiness. You have my head in a pain with all these pretty calendars, is it possible to print them all and paste them everywhere! lol

  3. The "eat drink chic" one is my personal favorite although the first and last ones also are tugging at my heart! Any sort of calendar decision is a big one so choose wisely ;) Of course, I don't think you could really go wrong with any of these posh options!

    Also- cheers to being pen and paper girls! I vow to never use an electronic agenda.

  4. Ivana @ Macarons and PearlsJanuary 7, 2014 at 9:34 AM

    Amen, sister. Nothing will ever replace paper and pen, I swear!

    Happy Tuesday!

  5. Ivana @ Macarons and PearlsJanuary 7, 2014 at 9:34 AM

    It's so adorable, isn't it :)

  6. Ivana @ Macarons and PearlsJanuary 7, 2014 at 9:36 AM

    Thank you so much, Sam! And I hear you, that's exactly what I was thinking: what if I printed a different month of each calendar and combined them together? :)

    Have a lovely Tuesday, sweetie!

  7. Thanks for compiling this wonderful collection of printable calendars Ivana! As electronic as I go with my planning, a paper calendar is still always a must for me year in and out. Of course now I have the same dilemma as you and can't decide on just one though I really live the graphic fun and simplicity of the live free, love life calendar.

    Rowena @ rolala loves


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