2014 favorite calendars

Welcome back, friends! We hope you all had wonderful holiday, we loved having a little breather, and got the itch to post more than once! We all had really kid-centric celebrations on the 31st and loved it, we’re really excited to share our resolutions tomorrow with you, but for today it’s all about starting out our years extra organized!

We all sort of live for a good calendar. As business partners we share a Google calendar (Calenmob is a great free iPhone app to sync it onto your phone’s calendar!) with all our important dates and events, and our editorial calendar for the month. On our own we each have our individual favorites. Jenna loves Rifle’s Cities calendar here. Emily has loved her giant Stendig calendar (already sold out for 2014, bummer!) and Nicole’s loving this Helvetica calendar/print, too!

Here’s six more that have caught our eye:

2014 calendar favorites

 

1. Dog lover or not, these sweet pup faces calendar is making us puppy hungry! // Via Shop Ruche.

2. This amazing illustrated calendar features animals each month that are known to mate for life. Cute cute cute! // Via Littlelow on Etsy.

3. Finnish shop Marimekko is the ultimate in bold patterns. Their calendar is no exception!

4. We must have pets on the brain, because here’s another bold and dare-we-say flawless animal calendar? You’ve gotta see all twelve months! // Via Loopz Art on Etsy

5. We’re huge fans of Caravan Shoppe and love their print-your-own option. This calendar of bikes and scooters is gorgeous and so cheery! (And only $5.00) // Via Caravan Shoppe.

6. This calendar features silly, but very real, holidays every month. From International Respect for Chickens Day to Ice Cream for Breakfast Day, it’s sure to bring a smile to your face month after month! // Via Dirty Bandits on Etsy.

Note: Our original list of about ten calendars got edited down quick, calendars are selling out all over the place, scoot quick to buy yours!

Comments

  1. Anna:
    on January 3, 2014 at 8:54 am said:

    Cute picks! But Marimekko is Finnish, NOT Swedish! I’m proud of the brand, as a Finn. I work at the retailer with the largest selection of Marimekko product in the U.S.–Marimekko is a huge company, not a shop. Some of the designs are 60 years old, such as the iconic poppy flower “Unikko”.

    • Small Fry:
      on January 3, 2014 at 9:06 am said:

      THANK YOU! for letting us know and for reading small fry! we will change it right now! xo

      • Anna:
        on January 19, 2014 at 9:19 am said:

        Thanks! 😉

  2. Johnnie:
    on January 22, 2014 at 3:50 pm said:

    Please tell me that you still have a Stendig Calendar for2014 available. I forgot to order for the year because of family crisis during holidays.

    Johnnie.

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