Designs that inspire minimalism, while still appealing to our creative sides, always entice us. With summer upon us, keeping organized between events, staycations, visiting guests, while still paying the bills on time can be difficult. That's why we are digging these simple, reusable (for um, well forever as far as we can tell), no-nail required, calendars by simple shapes. No more out of date calendars, or rush to grab one at post-New Years sales, because these little numbers are in it for the long haul.They offer a variety of types of calendars that are either dry erase or chalkboard. From weekly planners to month-long calendars, there is something for whatever type of planning style you may have. The calendars cost just under $70, but we also think with a little clear contact paper and some dry erase paint or vinyl, you could create your own.
The only downside we can see is that you can't enter all of the Birthdays, Anniversaries, and other annual events into the calendar at the beginning of the year. But with facebook and other "reminder" systems, perhaps we can upgrade our event-tracking to something more tech-savvy.
So, what do you think? Is this a resource-saver or just another designy invention?