2020 Calendar | Illustrated House Plants Calendar 2020 | 2020 Wall Calendar | Monthly Calendar

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card stock, ink, chipboard, black wire

A 12-month wall calendar illustrated with contemporary line drawings of house plants including fiddle leaf, cactus, monstera, ferns. Dates displayed in a grid format.

✤ 8.5" x 11"
✤ printed on sturdy cardstock
✤ bound with black Wire-O binding & hanger
✤ backed with 46pt chipboard
✤ packaged in a clear, protective cellophane sleeve

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My planners have the monthly spreads incorporated with the weekly spreads. So, you'll have a monthly spread, followed by the weekly spreads within that month. Then you'll have the next month's monthly spread, followed by that month's weekly spreads, etc.
There are two common ways of handling them:

1. I choose to place the transition weeks in the month with the majority of days in that week. For example, in March 2018 there are 6 days in the final week so March 26 - April 1 is included in March's section because March has the majority of days in that transition week. April's first weekly planning spread begins on Monday, April 2.

2. Sometimes designers will include the final days of a month within the next month no matter how many days carry over - 1 day or even 6.

Both of these two methods are pretty common and each has its merits, but I follow the majority of days in deciding which month to place the transition weeks.
There are a couple of other ways of handling weeks that bridge two months:

3. I could repeat the weeks that transition between months in each month's section but people tend to find duplicate days truly confusing - missing appointments because they didn't realize they wrote it on one page but not on the duplicate page. So this is not a practice I would use.

4. And lastly, I could just leave partial weeks at the beginning and end of months but people prefer to have the full week in their weekly planning spreads. So this, too, is not a practice I use.

I hope that makes sense.

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