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2012 Calendars to get your year off to a good start

2012 is on its way, which means it’s time to transfer all of your important dates from your 2011 calendar into a new, fresh edition! Believe it or not, there are still gals out there using traditional paper calendars, rather than digital or online versions. Check out these 2012 calendars and planners that will get your year off to a great start.

Sweet & simple wall calendarSweet & simple wall calendar

For households that prefer a wall calendar to keep organized, this simple 2012 wall calendar, available on Etsy, is perfect and easy to use. The calendar is printed on kraft paper, so it will easily match whatever decor you have in your home or office, and the white month names are stamped on with foil. This wall calendar is on the smaller side, at 7.5-inches by 8.5-inches. $20

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Take things week-by-weekTake things week by week

We certainly understand that sometimes it’s all you can do to get through one week at a time, let alone an entire month. If you live life on a week-to-week basis, you’ll love this weekly calendar notepad, available on Etsy, to keep track of appointments and special dates. Fill it out one week at a time and once that week is over, rip off that sheet and throw it away to reveal a fresh, new week’s schedule. This calendar is magnetic — perfect for hanging on your fridge at home. $12

Make your planner personalMake your planner personal

The ultimate planner for planners comes from Erin Condren, who has thought of every single little detail when it comes to putting together the perfect 2012 calendar. Erin Condren’s Life Planner is more than just a calendar — it’s a life organizer, with room to write out grocery lists, workout schedules, goals and more. Plus, you can personalize this planner with a photo cover to truly make it one-of-a-kind. $50

Keep the entire family organizedKeep the entire family organized

Busy families call for calendars that will keep busy schedules in order, and if you’re a mom, the momAgenda line of planners is a favorite. There is enough space in this weekly calendar to list each family member individually so that you can keep track of everyone’s schedule on a single page. No more double-booking playdates or forgetting that it’s your day to drive the carpool — this calendar has you covered! $46

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