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Ready to turn the page on 2021? These date diaries are designed to help you get through a hopefully better next year?
From quirky to inspiring, we’ve carefully curated this collection of wall calendars, desk calendars, and planners to float your boat (whatever that may be) in 2022.
17 inches x 11 inches
I eagerly await Anna Bond’s latest calendars and planners every year. And at the end of each year, once I’ve gone through an entire calendar, I clip off the days of the month and frame a few of my favorite prints. This calendar features illustrated classic quotes from Emily Dickinson, Marc Chagall, and more.
So much color and pattern, so little time. I love this mini collection of art prints by Minnesota-based multi-disciplinary artist Ashley Mary.
By Poster Foundry | 18 x 12 inches | 18-month calendar
Pictures of men cooking, vacuuming, and cleaning windows? Yep, this really is a thing.
12 x 0.6 x 12 inches
Hey, every day’s a holiday, right? Bet you didn’t know that Squirrel Appreciation Day was a thing. Until now.
Whether you’re looking for something to celebrate or need inspo for your social media calendar, this calendar will keep you up to date on *important* dates, 365 days a year. Give it up for Super Human Day, Ugly Sweater Day, and Umbrella Day? In case you’re curious, standards like Hanukkah and Labor Day are included too.
I think you get the idea.
You know Anne Taintor, right? She’s an interesting American artist who juxtaposes images of stereotypical images of women with tongue-in-cheek captions. So clever.
Portraits by Julie Johnson Olson | 12 inches x 12 inches wall calendar
Not only do these women rock but they’ve also crushed more than a few glass ceilings. From Kamala Harris and Ruth Bader Ginsburg to Jane Fonda and Sojourner Truth, each month highlights one revolutionary woman along with original art and a brief biography.
By Willowcreek Press | 6.18 x 1.34 x 5.43 inches
How about a daily dose of empowering inspo? How about quotes from Amanda Gorman, Laverne Cox, Dolly Parton, and literally hundreds more bold women? It’s all here in daily tear-off pages — an energizing way to get going.
By Rachel Ignotofsky | Opens to 12 inches x 24 inches
You might know Rachel Ignotofsky for her illustrated series of books including Women in Art and Women in Sports.
In this calendar, each full-color monthly spread showcases one of the women from Rachel’s book, including astronaut Mae Jemison, marine biologist Rachel Carson, and mathematician Ada Lovelace.
18-month calendar | 18 x 12 inch
I love how RBG becomes more known and respected every year. RIP.
January 3, 1987: Aretha Franklin becomes the first woman inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (about damn time).
February 18, 1933: Yoko Ono is born.
These are just two slivers of the history you’ll find in this daily desk calendar. I’m getting inspired just typing this.
12 Legendary Women Who Always Persisted and Fought Their Way to the Top
Amy Cuevas Schroeder is the founder and CEO of Jumble & Flow, the new lifestyle brand that empowers women to thrive in midlife. By day, she works as the director of educational content for Unusual Ventures. She started her first business, Venus Zine, in her dorm room at Michigan State University, and later sold the company. She now lives in the Chicago area, and is raising twin girls with her husband, Martin, a social worker. Between Venus and Jumble & Flow, she’s worked as a content leader for Etsy, Minted, and Abstract, and has written for NYLON, Pitchfork, The Startup, West Elm, and more.
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