One Year Continuous Calendar Poster





Introduction: One Year Continuous Calendar Poster

This calendar shows the whole year at once. It also keeps the whole run of weeks continuous with the months marked out by slight gaps and different colors. The weeks are also numbered in the middle.

That's the basic description of what you see here. The reason for it is that the whole idea of visually breaking time into months has never made a lot of sense to me. Does time keep ending and starting over again? Not really. The week will still be a whole week whether it's in the middle of a month or at the end. So keep those weeks together.

Breaking up calendars into months is more useful for showing lots of pictures than planning ahead. Distant events are hidden away behind pictures of cats or natural wonders or Warhol prints or whatever else is on there. Putting everything on one poster lets you see how far away some event is and if you need to start getting ready for it.

Another bit of help for planning is the week count. Subtract one number from another and you'll know how long you have until something happens

As an extra bonus, the continuous style also lets you mark off days in a chain as was described by Jerry Seinfeld has described. Keep doing something every day, mark off the days with Xes and you'll soon see a solid chain of success.



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I never did link it here, but this became a successful Kickstarter project and I'm selling the extra copies at It's a lot nicer to write on one piece of paper instead of several taped together. Although that is a very affordable option :)

I also played around with the idea of an app version of this, but that is a much bigger undertaking as I have no clue about mobile app development.

I'd love to see a version that interfaces with Google Calendar...pull the events defined into this format for printing

As an iOS app, that would be awesome. On my Nexus 7 it handles the calendar in this same continuous way, but the look of it is too hard to read at a glance. There's no distinction between months, for example.

Would you be able to provide a printable version of the calendar in PDF?

Thanks very much if you can

OK, did it. You can print the rest of 2012 with that PDF

Thank you so much. You're the best

I will in the near future. I'm working on redoing the calendar and am thinking about doing a Kickstarter project to print a run of 2013 calendar posters in a larger size, 36" x 24".

When I get that together, hopefully soon, I'll also put together a multi-page PDF for the rest of 2012 so people can see if they like it.

Just an Idea to improve finding events that occcur on certain dates(and to save room0 one might keep a list of numbers that correspond to events happening later in the year, and write the numbers in the date box, and the list of number-events at its side.

OK, you lost me there. Not sure what you mean.

My intention is that, since the space for writing events on the calendar, one could give each event a 3 digit coded number. The number would be what would be written on the day. out to the side is a list of events, and their numerical correspondents...