Planning for the Year Long Calendar
January is quickly coming to a close. I ask you, how are those New Years resolutions holding up?
I’m going to be honest, I’m not a big New Years resolution person. I’m more of a quarterly goal setter than a “this is my year” type. However, January is a great time to reset and refocus. Whatever your style in setting goals, success always starts with a plan. For me, that means seeing the year in focus all at once. Thus, I introduce you to The Year Long Calendar.
I met Brice Tuttle at the 99 U Conference in New York City. We both agree that breaking out into an all-out dance-off with Quest Love at the after party qualifies as a life highlight. As a freelance designer, Brice creates attractive brands and seamless experiences. He’s an adventurer, outdoorsman and genuinely good guy who I enjoyed getting to know over three days of creative learning and collaboration. He’s also a bit of a minimalist which shows in his design for The Year Long Calendar.
What I like about this calendar is that it puts an entire year into perspective at just a glance. Looking ahead, you can see where the year is going. Looking back, it puts 365 days of well=spent productivity into perspective. Big enough to write copious notes, but small enough to fit on the back of your office door.
You can order The Year Long Calendar at www.yearlongcalendar.com1