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Dear user, Deciding on what planner to use is a difficult and pressing predicament. You look for a planner that will serve your organizational needs, whether it be daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly. Planners come and go in multiple size, shape, color, and mediums such as an app on your cellphone or a cork board in your office. Never had I ever seen a planner specifically dedicated for the busy creatives in the graphic design world. As a graphic design student at the University of Louisville, I created and designed this planner that is specfically tailored to graphic designers. Remember those planners with the pages you never used? I got rid of those and created pages that contain the essential information every designer uses. Whether you are a design student or a working professional, the aesthetics and design of these pages is dedicated to you. Replacing the traditional ruled lines with a dot grid will enable you to write flexibly through the week, without confining yourself to a small solid-lined box. The weekday columns are vertically divided into periods of the day and are unnumbered because each person is different and so are their hours. The overall planner incorporates the flexibility of the grid, the rigidness from the layout, and the creativity of its users. Thank you for your interest and support in this special project. I enjoyed the creation process of this planner and I hope you as the user, appreciate every single detail. Lianna Lamorena


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Type Size Deciding on what planner to use is a difficult and pressing predicament. You look for a planner that will serve your

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organizational needs, whether it be daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly. Planners come and go in multiple size,

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shape, color, and mediums such as an app on your cellphone or a cork board in your office. Never had I

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ever seen a planner specifically dedicated for the busy creatives in the graphic design world.

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As a graphic design student at the University of Louisville, I created and designed

this planner that is specfically tailored to graphic designers. Remember those

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planners with the pages you never use? I got rid of those and created

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pages that contain the essential information every designer uses.

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Whether if you are a design student or a working professional,

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the aesthetics and design of these pages has been dedicated to you. Replacing the traditional ruled lines with a dot

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grid will enable you to write flexibly through the week,

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without confining yourself to a small solid-lined box.

The weekday columns are vertically divided into

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periods of the day and are unnumbered because each person is different and so are their hours.

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The overall planner incorporates the flexibility of the grid, the rigidness from the layout,

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and the creativity of its users. Thank you for your interest and support on this

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did when creating it.

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special project of mine. I hope you enjoy every bit of this planner, as I The typeface used is Economica in regular weight. * Every typeface is different, therefore the sizes and leading points varies.

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Printing Terms

Printing zones Bleed

Trim

Safe Area

Printing that extends to the edge of a sheet or page after

Most trim lines are indicated by crop marks on the corners

The practical area in which all content should be

trimming. This is created by printing past the trim line,

of the document. Account for the space the crop marks will

appropriately placed. This area is the maximum space you

then cutting it off. Bleeds range from 1/16” to 1/8”,

take out on your document and print to actual size instead of

may place text or images without risking the chance of it

depending on the printer’s requirements.

fitting your design onto the page.

getting trimmed off.

Printer types Inkjet

Laser

Offset

An inkjet printer is a computer peripheral that produces

A laser printer offers excellent print speeds and delivers

Offset printing technology uses plates, usually made from

hard copy by spraying ink onto paper. A typical inkjet

high-quality output, especially when used to print text

aluminum, which are used to transfer an image onto

printer can produce copy with a resolution of at least 300

documents and business graphics. Black and white models

a rubber “blanket”, and then rolling that image onto a

dots per inch ( dpi ) and some can do full color hard copies

are cost efficient, making them the best laser printers for

sheet of paper. It’s called offset because the ink is not

at 600 dpi or more. In the inkjet printing mechanism, the

busy offices that produce numerous reports and other

transferred directly onto the paper. Offset printing is

print head has several tiny nozzles, also called jets. As the

text-heavy documents, and color lasers handle more complex

the best choice when larger quantities are needed, and

paper moves past the print head, the nozzles spray ink

printing tasks such as presentations or sales materials.

provides accurate color reproduction, and crisp, clean

onto it, forming the characters and images.

professional looking printing. Laser printers use toner instead of ink and takes a few

High-end inkjet printers can render digital images on

minutes to warm up. When printing, the printer heats up

Offset printing is recommended for print jobs with large

special paper, with quality rivaling that of professionally

the toner and lays it onto the printer. Documents such as

quanities. The more you print, the cheaper the cost per

produced glossy or matte photographs.

brochures may have toner that cracks when creased, thus

page. Offset printing also offers the highest quality in

having them eventually flaking out.

great detail and color fidelity.


PAPER properties Cover Cover papers are heavier than Text sheets and are generally used for the covers of brochures, annual reports and folders where extra bulk is needed.

PRINTING PAPER TYPE

EQUIVALENT WEIGHTS

Bond

Text

Cover

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Text This type of paper is usually an upgrade in quality over book paper and is most commonly used in commercial printing operations. Uses for text paper may include brochures, letterhead print jobs, stationery, internal memos, and thesis papers.

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Index As the name suggests, this inexpensive stiff paper is most commonly used for index cards. It is also frequently used for postcards, tabs and dividers, manila folders, and sketchbooks.

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Bond Also known as writing paper, this is the type of paper weight for printer paper and copier paper. Light weight bond paper is ideal for faxes, printing emails, tracing, and use in high-speed copiers. Mid weight bond paper is highly versatile and works well for reports, double-sided printing, legal documents, and proposals. Heavier-weight bond paper works well for double-sided printing and presentations as well as signs, fliers, contracts, and resumes. GSM/gsm The GSM (grams per square meter) tells paper consumers how dense a paper is. This is used as a baseline measurement in Metrics and as a result it is still used as the ‘standard size’ when comparing the weights of different sized papers. Basis Weight/lb The basis weight of a paper is the designated fixed weight of 500 sheets, measured in pounds. Not all “basic sheet size” is not the same for all types of paper.

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Points/pt Every POINT=.001 inch. Example: 10 pt card = .010in. Caliper/in Caliper refers to the thickness of a sheet of paper expressed in thousandth of an inch. This measurement is taken with a micro meter. Generally, the relation between caliper and basis weight is, the greater the caliper (the thicker the paper), the greater the weight.

* The values in the table above are not exact paper specifications. Each manufacturer may have different different; therefore this table is only meant as a guide. * Difference in paper characteristics may also alter these specifications. Contact yout prefered paper manufacture for a more precise paper value. * Information from Micro Format, Inc and paper-paper.com/weight.html


Common Bindings

Saddle Stitch

Tape Bound

Probably the most common and economical binding method. Created by punching wire through the document’s outside

This method involves an adhesive tape being wrapped around Sections of folded pages (signatures) have their spines trimmed off and roughed up to improve bonding with glue. the spine to hold the covers and inside pages in place.

spine, then bending the wire flat on the inside centre fold to

Usually pages need to be stitched together prior to affixing

All sections are collated and glued to its wrap-around cover.

grip all the pages. It may provide a similar look, but is not the

the tape to reinforce and provide added strength.

Cover is always scored on back and front, for ease of opening

same as stapling.

Perfect Bound

and less stress on spine.

Loop Stitch

Spiral/Coil Bound

Wire/Wire-O Bound

Comparable to saddle stitching, but with a different effect.

Utilizes a smooth round coil to hold pages together. Allows

Wire bound uses formed wire that threads through punched

Loops are created with wire along the external spine in order

book to lie flat when open or pages can be turned all the

holes. This allows books to lay flat when open. Wire loops are

to insert and secure the document into a 3-ring binder. Great

way around to the back if desired.Wire is threaded through

available in variety of colours to coordinate with cover colour.

option for information instalments that can be added to

punched holes and then Ends are crimped to prevent wire

Wire-O spines comes in two pitches, 3:1 (3 holes per inch)

larger collection.

slipping off. Spirals or coils are available in variety of colours.

and 2:1 (2 holes per inch).

Stab/Side Stitch

Comb/Plastic Bound

Sewn Bound

Stab or side stitching uses wire that goes through a premade

Economical method suitable for manuals and books that

Similar to saddle stitching, but uses thread instead of wire.

hole into the front cover, through the inside pages and back

need to lay flat when open. Using rectangular holes punched

Thread is stitched along the entire spine. As more pages are

cover of the document, instead of along the spine. Often

through the document, the plastic combs rings are threaded

added it begins to closely resemble case binding, but without

covered to hide the wire.

through holes.

the hardcover.


paper sizes Loose Sizes Paper sizes in North America do not follow a logical system like the ISO standard does. They have their own system that they follow. This means that scaling the paper sizes is more difficult.

Letter 8.5 x 11 in

Half Letter 5.5 x 8.5 in

Government Letter 8 x 10.5 in

Junior Legal 5 x 8 in

Government Legal 8.5 x 13 in

Legal 8.5 x 14 in Ledger/Tabloid 11 x 17 in

ANSI The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) adopted ANSI/ASME Y14.1, which defined a series of paper sizes in 1996, based on the standard 8.5 inches x 11 inches (216mm x 279mm) Letter size, which was named ‘ANSI A’. This series is fairly similar to the ISO standard, in that if you cut a sheet in half, you will product two sheets of the next smaller size. Ledger/ Tabloid is known as ‘ANSI B’. The most common and widely used size is ANSI A, also known as ‘Letter’.

ANSI E

ANSI D

34 x 44 in

34 x 22 in

ANSI C

ANSI B

17 x 22 in

17 x 11 in

ANSI A 8.5 x 11 in


A Series The dimensions of the A series paper sizes are defined by the ISO 216 international paper size standard. The A series was adopted in Europe in the 19th century, and is currently used all around the world, apart from in the USA and Canada.

A1

A2

23.4 x 33.1 in

23.4 x 16.5 in

The largest sheet from the A series is the A0 size of paper. It has an area of 1m2, and the dimensions are 841mm x 1189mm. The A series uses an aspect ratio of 1:√2, and other sizes in the series are defined by folding the paper in half, parallel to its smaller sides.

A3

A4

11.7 x 16.5 in

11.7 x 8.3 in

A5 5.8 x 8.3 in

A6 5.8 x 4.1 in A7

A0 46.8 x 33.1 in A7 A8 A9 A10 Architectural Sizes The Architectural series (ARCH) is used by architects in

2.9 x 4.1 in 2 x 2.9 in 1.5 x 2 in 1 x 1.5 in Arch E

Arch D

36 x 48 in

36 x 24 in

North America, and they prefer to use this series instead of ANSI, because the aspect ratios are ratios of smaller whole numbers (4:3 and 3:2). The ARCH series of paper sizes is defined in the ANSI/ASME Y14.1 standard. The ARCH sizes are commonly used by architects for their large drawings. Arch C

Arch B

18 x 24 in

18 x 12in

Arch A 9 x 12 in


colors ADDITIONAL COLOR MODES CMYK The CMYK color system is most commonly referred to as the four-color process because it uses four different colors to produce different hues. The black color here is used because the other three colors combined cannot produce a fully saturated black. CMYK a subtractive color model because the printed ink reduces the light that would normally be reflected. The inks used subtract the brightness from a white background from those four colors.

Halftone

Usage CMYK is the recommended color system for any material that will be printed. This includes business cards, brochures, letterheads, and any other business collateral.

for each subtractive color—most commonly using what is

RGB The RGB color system is used exclusively in the digital design industry because it represents the same colors used in computer screens, TV screens, tablets, as well as mobile device screens. RGB is an additive color system which means that the primary colors are added together in various combinations to produce a much wider spectrum of colors. These colors are produced by blending light itself by superimposing the red, green, and blue light beam. Usage RGB color system should be used only in digital designs, most commonly when designing for the web. This includes

Halftone is the ‘industry standard’ reprographic technique. It simulates continuous tone imagery through the use of dots, varying either in size, in shape or in spacing. A ‘halftone’ is also used to refer specifically to the image that is produced by this process. This reproduction technique relies on creating a basic optical illusion—that these tiny halftone dots are blended into smooth tones by the human eye. Color printing is made possible by repeating the halftone process

HSL HSL, like HSV, is a 3-D representation of color. HSL stands screen is measured in lines per inch (lpi). This refers to the for hue, saturation, and lightness. The HSL color model number of lines of dots in one inch. The higher the resolution has distinct advantages over the HSV model, in that the saturation and lightness components span the entire range being used, the greater the detail that can be reproduced. of values. called the ‘CMYK color model’. The resolution of a halftone

Duotone Duotone is a halftone reproduction of an image using the superimposition of one contrasting color halftone (traditionally black) over another color halftone. This is most often used to bring out middle tones and highlights of an image. By comparison, a fake duotone is created by printing a single solid color with a contrasting halftone over it. This process can generally lose a lot of the contrast in the image, but it also creates a rich effect. Duotones, tritones and quadtones can be easily created using image manipulation programs. Sepia toning effect gives a black-and-white photograph a warmer tone and creates an archival look. It serves as a good example of how duotone techniques are used today.

designing websites and imagery and graphics for use on websites and social media.

Greyscale In the worlds of both photography and computing, a grayscale digital image is an image in which the value of each pixel is a single sample, which means it carries only intensity information. Images of this type, also known as black-and-white, are composed exclusively of shades of gray, varying from black at the weakest intensity to white at the strongest. Grayscale images are also called monochromatic, denoting the presence of only one (mono) colour (chrome). Color images are built of stacked grayscale channels.

HSV HSV, which stands for hue, saturation and value, depicts three-dimensional color. HSV seeks to depict relationships between colors, and improve upon the RGB color model. If you think about HSV as a wheel, the center axis goes from white at the top to black at the bottom, with other neutral colors in between. The angle from the axis depicts the hue, the distance from the axis depicts saturation, and the distance along the axis depicts value.

Pantone Matching System (PMS) Pantone Inc. is, by far, the world-renowned authority on color. It is best known for its Pantone Matching System (PMS) used in a variety of industries, but primarily in offset printing. The PANTONE® name is known worldwide as the standard language for color communication, from designer to manufacturer to retailer to customer. Most applications that support color printing allow you to specify colors by indicating the Pantone name or number. This assures that you get the right color when the file is printed, even though the color may not look right when displayed on your monitor.

Indexed color Simply explained, the color of each pixel is represented by a number; each number (the index) corresponds to a color in the color table (the palette). In computing, indexed colour is a technique used to manage digital image colours in a limited fashion, in order to save computer memory and file storage, while speeding up display refresh and file transfers. A graphic designer will usually encounter indexed color for web design or in multimedia applications. LAB LAB is designed to approximate human vision. Unlike RGB and CMYK, LAB is not device-dependent. In this threedimensional model, the ‘L’ stands for the lightness of the color, with 0 producing black and 100 producing a diffused white. The ‘A’ is the redness vs. greenness, while the ‘B’ is the yellowness vs. blueness. NCS The Natural Color System (NCS) is a color opponency system based on six colors that cannot be used to describe one another: white, black, red, yellow, green and blue. Unlike the additive RGB system or the subtractive CMYK system, which are based on reactions of the eye’s color-receptive cones, NCS colors are processed in the retina’s ganglion cells. TOYO The TOYO and DIC Color Guide are the common spot color matching systems used in Japan.


screen resolutions DESKTOP Screen Width

Smallest Screen Height

Usage Worldwide

1024 px

768 px

3%

1280 px

800 px

11%

1360 px

768 px

2%

1366 px

768 px

35%

1440 px

900 px

6%

1600 px

900 px

6%

1680 px

1050 px

3%

1920 px

1080 px

20%

2560 px +

1440 px

1%

smaller devices

Tablet

W x H (px)

Apple

W x H (px)

Andriod

W x H (px)

iPad Pro

2048 x 2732

iPhone X

1125 x 2436

Samsung Galaxy S8

1440 x 2960

iPad Air 1 & 2

1536 x 2048

iPhone 8 +

1080 x 1920

Samsung Galaxy S8+

1440 x 2960

iPad Mini

768 x 1024

iPhone 8

750 x 1334

Samsung Galaxy S7

1440 x 2560

iPad Mini 2 & 3

1536 x 2048

iPhone 7+

1080 x 1920

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

1440 x 2560

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10

800 x 1280

iPhone 7

750 x 1334

Google Pixel

1080 x 1920

Nexus 7 (2013)

1200 x 1920

iPhone 6/6S +

1080 x 1920

Google Pixel XL

1440 x 2560

Nexus 9

1536 x 2048

iPhone 6/6S

750 x 1334

Google Pixel 2

1080 x 1920

Chromebook Pixel

2560 x 1700

iPhone 5

640 x 1136

Google Pixel 2 XL

1440 x 2560

* Measurements as of December 2017


file types Text .doc .docx .rtf .txt .log

AUDIO Microsoft Word Document Microsoft Word Open XML Document Rich Text Format File Plain Text File Log File

video .3g2 .3gp .asf .avi .flv .m4v .mov .mp4 .mpg .rm .srt .swf .vob .wmv

3GPP2 Multimedia File 3GPP Multimedia File Advanced Systems Format File Audio Video Interleave File Animate Video File iTunes Video File Apple QuickTime Movie MPEG-4 Video File MPEG Video File RealMedia File SubRip Subtitle File Shockwave Flash Movie DVD Video Object File Windows Media Video File

Font .fnt .fon .otf .ttf

Windows Font File Generic Font File OpenType Font TrueType Font

Adobe Illustrator File Ecapsulated PostScript File PostScript File Scalable Vector Graphics File

raster image .ase .bmp .dds .gif .jpeg .icns .ico .png .psd .psoimage .tga .thm .tif .tiff .vtf .yuv

compressed Audio Interchange File Format Interchange File Format Media Playlist File MPEG-4 Audio File MIDI File MP3 Audio File MPEG-2 Audio File Wave Audio File Windows Media Audio File

3D .an8 .aoi .c4d .cal3d .clf .cob .3dm .3ds .max .obj

Anim8or Model Art of Illusion Model Cinema 4D Cal3D Compressed File Library Caligari Object Rhino 3D Model Legacy 3D Studio Autodesk 3D Studio Max File Wavefront 3D Object File

data files

vector image .ai .eps .ps .svg

.aif .iff .m3u .m4a .mid .mp3 .mpa .wav .wma

Adobe Swatch Bitmap Image File DirectDraw Surface Graphical Interchange Format File Joint Photographic Expert Group File Mac OS Icon Format File Microsoft Icon Format File Portable Network Graphic Adobe Photoshop File PaintShop Pro Image Targa Graphic Thumbnail Image File Tagged Image File Tagged Image File Format Valve Texture Format YUV Encoded Image File

.csv .dat .ged .key .keychain .pps .pptx .sdf .tar .tax2016 .vcf .xml

Common Seperated Values File Data File GEDCOM Genealogy Data File Keynote Presentation MAC OS X Keychain File PowerPoint Slideshow PowerPoint Presentation Standard Data File Consolidated Unix File Archive TurboTax 2016 Tax Return vCard File XML File

Game .dem .gam .nes .rom .sav

Video Game Demo Saved Game File Nintendo (NES) ROM File N64 Game ROM File Saved Game

cad .dwg .dxf

AutoCAD Drawing Database File Drawing Exchange File Format

executable .apk .app .bat .exe

Andriod Package File Mac OS X Application DOS Batch File Window Executable File

.7z .cbr .deb .gz .pkg .rar .rpm .sitx .tar.gz .zip .zipx

7-Zip Compressed File Comic Book RAR Archive Debian Software Package Gnu Zipped Archive Mac OS X Installer Package WinRAR Compressed Archive Red Hat Package Manager File Stuffit X Archive Compressed Tarball File Zipped File Extended Zip File

Web .asp .aspx .cer .cfm .csr .css .htm .html .js .jsp .php .rss .xhtml

Active Server Page Active Server Page Extended File Internet Security Certificate ColdFusion Markup File Certificate Signing Request File Cascading Style Sheet Hypertext Markup Language File Hypertext Markup Language File JavaScript File Java Server Page Hypertext Preprocessor Rich Site Summary Extensible Hypertext Markup Language

Developer .c .class .cpp .cs .dtd .fla .h .java .lua .m .pl .py .sh .sln .swift .vb .vcxproj .xcodeproj

C/C++ Source Code File Java Class File C++ Source Code File Visual C# Source Code File Document Type Definition File Adobe Animate Animation C/C++/Objective-C Header File Java Source Code File Lua Source File Objective-C Implementation File Perl Script Python Script Bash Shell Script Visual Studio Solution Swift Source Code File Visual Basic Project Item File Visual C++ Project Xcode Project

Miscellaneous .crdownload .msi .part .torrent

Chrome Partially Downloaded File Windows Installer Package Partially Downloaded File BitTorrent File


Gestalt Principles What is the Gestalt Theory? The term Gestalt means ‘unified whole’, which is a good way of describing the over-arching theme behind the Gestalt principles. These refer to the way in which humans, when looking at a group of objects, will see the whole before we see the individual parts.

Proximity

Area

If you collect together your design elements in a visual arrangement using one of the various approaches that we explain below, your design will feel more connected, coherent and complete. GESTALT PRINCIPLES 01. Similarity 02. Continuation 03. Closure 04. Proximity 05. Figure/Ground 06. Symmetry and order The prominent founders of the collection of theories and principles were Max Wertheimer, Wolfgang Kohler, and Kurt Koffka.

Symmetry

Similarity

Closure

Continuity

But while the principles were developed over a number of years, they came to prominence in part thanks to Rudolf Arnheim’s 1954 book, Art and Visual Perception: A Psychology of the Creative Eye. This became a musthave art book of the 20th century, and regularly features on university course text lists.


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10 11 12 13 14 15 16

10 11 12 13 14 15 16

14 15 16 17 18 19 20

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21 22 23 24 25 26 27

27 28 29 30 31

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28 29 30

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MAY S

F

S

1

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3

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8

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10 11

2

3

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

9

10 11 12 13 14 15

14 15 16 17 18 19 20

11 12 13 14 15 16 17

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

16 17 18 19 20 21 22

21 22 23 24 25 26 27

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26 27 28 29 30 31

23 24 25 26 27 28 29

28 29 30 31

25 26 27 28 29 30 31

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M

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AUGUST

T

6

T

JULY

W

5

M

JUNE 1 4

5

6

7

8

7

M

T

W

T

F

S

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10 11 12 13

S 4

M 5

T 6

W 7

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S

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8

9

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30

SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER

S

M

T

W

T

F

S

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10 11 12 13 14

S 6

M 7

NOVEMBER

T

W

T

F

S

1

2

3

4

5

8

9

10 11 12

S 3

M 4

T 5

W 6

T 7

DECEMBER F

S

S

M

T

W

T

F

S

1

2

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

8

9

10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

13 14 15 16 17 17 19

10 11 12 13 14 15 16

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

20 21 22 23 24 25 26

17 18 19 20 21 22 23

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30

27 28 29 30 31

24 25 26 27 28 29 30

29 30 31

January 1 New Years Day January 21 Martin Luther King Jr Day February 14 Valentines Day February 18 Presidents Day March 10 Day Light Saving Starts March 17 St. Patricks Day April 21 Easter

May 5 Cinco De Mayo May 12 Mothers Day May 27 Memorial Day June 16 Fathers Day July 4 Indepedence Day September 2 Labor Day September 8 Grandparents Day

October 14 Columbus Day October 31 Halloween November 3 Day Light Saving Ends November 11 Veterans Day November 28 Thanksgiving December 25 Christmas December 31 New Years Eve

Dates to Remember


01 january Sunday

MONDAY

TUESDAY

wednesday

1

2

3

7

8

9

10

14

15

16

17

21

22

23

24

28

29

30

31


thursday

friday

saturday

4

5

6

11

12

13

goals

TO DO

18

19

20

25

26

27

1

2

3

NOTES

FEBRUARY S

M

T

W

4 11 18 25

5 12 19 26

6 13 20 27

7 14 21 28

T 1 8 15 22

F 2 9 16 23

S 3 10 17 24


01 january

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

1 monday

2 TUESDAY

3 WEDNESDAY


4 THURSDAY

5 FRIDAY

6 SATURDAY

7 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


01 january

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

8 monday

9 TUESDAY

10 WEDNESDAY


11 THURSDAY

12 FRIDAY

13 SATURDAY

14 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


01 january

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

15 monday

16 TUESDAY

17 WEDNESDAY


18 THURSDAY

19 FRIDAY

20 SATURDAY

21 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


01 january

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

22 monday

23 TUESDAY

24 WEDNESDAY


25 THURSDAY

26 FRIDAY

27 SATURDAY

28 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


02 february Sunday

MONDAY

TUESDAY

wednesday

4

5

6

7

11

12

13

14

18

19

20

21

25

26

27

28


thursday

friday

saturday

1

2

3

8

9

10

goals

TO DO

15

16

17

22

23

24

NOTES

March S

M

T

W

4 11 18 26

5 12 19 27

6 13 20 28

7 14 21 31

T 1 8 15 22

F 2 9 16 23

S 3 10 17 24


02 FEBRUARY

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

29 monday

30 TUESDAY

31 WEDNESDAY


1 THURSDAY

2 FRIDAY

3 SATURDAY

4 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


02 FEBRUARY

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

5 monday

6 TUESDAY

7 WEDNESDAY


8 THURSDAY

9 FRIDAY

10 SATURDAY

11 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


02 FEBRUARY

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

12 monday

13 TUESDAY

14 WEDNESDAY


15 THURSDAY

16 FRIDAY

17 SATURDAY

18 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


02 FEBRUARY

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

19 monday

20 TUESDAY

21 WEDNESDAY


22 THURSDAY

23 FRIDAY

24 SATURDAY

25 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


03 march Sunday

MONDAY

TUESDAY

wednesday

4

5

6

7

11

12

13

14

18

19

20

21

25

26

27

28


thursday

friday

saturday

1

2

3

8

9

10

goals

TO DO

15

16

17

22

23

24

29

30

31

NOTES

APRIL S 1 8 15 22 29

M 2 9 16 23 30

T 3 10 17 24 30

W 4 11 18 25

T 5 12 19 26

F 6 13 20 27

S 7 14 21 28


03 MARCH

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

26 monday

27 TUESDAY

28 WEDNESDAY


1 THURSDAY

2 FRIDAY

3 SATURDAY

4 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


03 MARCH

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

5 monday

6 TUESDAY

7 WEDNESDAY


8 THURSDAY

9 FRIDAY

10 SATURDAY

11 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


03 MARCH

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

12 monday

13 TUESDAY

14 WEDNESDAY


15 THURSDAY

16 FRIDAY

17 SATURDAY

18 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


03 MARCH

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

19 monday

20 TUESDAY

21 WEDNESDAY


22 THURSDAY

23 FRIDAY

24 SATURDAY

25 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


04 april Sunday

MONDAY

TUESDAY

wednesday

1

2

3

4

8

9

10

11

15

16

17

18

22

23

24

25

29

30


thursday

friday

saturday

5

6

7

12

13

14

goals

TO DO

19

20

21

26

27

28

NOTES

may S

M

6 13 20 27

7 14 21 28

T 1 8 15 22 29

W 2 9 16 23 30

T 3 10 17 24 31

F 4 11 18 25

S 5 12 19 26


04 APRIL

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

26 monday

27 TUESDAY

28 WEDNESDAY


29 THURSDAY

30 FRIDAY

31 SATURDAY

1 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


04 APRIL

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

2 monday

3 TUESDAY

4 WEDNESDAY


5 THURSDAY

6 FRIDAY

7 SATURDAY

8 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


04 APRIL

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

9 monday

10 TUESDAY

11 WEDNESDAY


12 THURSDAY

13 FRIDAY

14 SATURDAY

15 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


04 APRIL

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

16 monday

17 TUESDAY

18 WEDNESDAY


19 THURSDAY

20 FRIDAY

21 SATURDAY

22 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


04 APRIL

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

23 monday

24 TUESDAY

25 WEDNESDAY


26 THURSDAY

27 FRIDAY

28 SATURDAY

29 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


05 may Sunday

MONDAY

TUESDAY

wednesday

1

2

6

7

8

9

13

14

15

16

20

21

22

23

27

28

29

30


thursday

friday

saturday

3

4

5

10

11

12

goals

TO DO

17

18

19

24

25

26

NOTES

31

JUNE S

M

T

W

T

3 10 17 24

4 11 18 25

5 12 19 26

6 13 20 27

7 14 21 28

F 1 8 15 22 29

S 2 9 16 23 30


05 MAY

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

30 monday

1 TUESDAY

2 WEDNESDAY


3 THURSDAY

4 FRIDAY

5 SATURDAY

6 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


05 MAY

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

7 monday

8 TUESDAY

9 WEDNESDAY


10 THURSDAY

11 FRIDAY

12 SATURDAY

13 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


05 MAY

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

14 monday

15 TUESDAY

16 WEDNESDAY


17 THURSDAY

18 FRIDAY

19 SATURDAY

20 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


05 MAY

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

21 monday

22 TUESDAY

23 WEDNESDAY


24 THURSDAY

25 FRIDAY

26 SATURDAY

27 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


06 june Sunday

MONDAY

TUESDAY

wednesday

3

4

5

6

10

11

12

13

17

18

19

20

24

25

26

27


thursday

7

friday

saturday

1

2

8

9

goals

TO DO

14

15

16

21

22

23

28

29

30

NOTES

july S 1 8 15 22 29

M 2 9 16 23 30

T 3 10 17 24 31

W 4 11 18 25

T 5 12 19 26

F 6 13 20 27

S 7 14 21 28


06 june

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

28 monday

29 TUESDAY

30 WEDNESDAY


31 THURSDAY

1 FRIDAY

2 SATURDAY

3 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


06 june

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

4 monday

5 TUESDAY

6 WEDNESDAY


7 THURSDAY

8 FRIDAY

9 SATURDAY

10 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


06 june

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

11 monday

12 TUESDAY

13 WEDNESDAY


14 THURSDAY

15 FRIDAY

16 SATURDAY

17 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


06 june

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

18 monday

19 TUESDAY

20 WEDNESDAY


21 THURSDAY

22 FRIDAY

23 SATURDAY

24 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


07 july Sunday

MONDAY

TUESDAY

wednesday

1

2

3

4

8

9

10

11

15

16

17

18

22

23

24

25

29

30

31


thursday

friday

saturday

5

6

7

12

13

14

goals

TO DO

19

20

21

26

27

28

NOTES

august S

M

T

5 12 19 26

6 13 20 27

7 14 21 28

W 1 8 15 22 29

T 2 9 16 23 30

F 3 10 17 24 31

S 4 11 18 25


07 july

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

25 monday

26 TUESDAY

27 WEDNESDAY


28 THURSDAY

29 FRIDAY

30 SATURDAY

1 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


07 july

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

2 monday

3 TUESDAY

4 WEDNESDAY


5 THURSDAY

6 FRIDAY

7 SATURDAY

8 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


07 july

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

9 monday

10 TUESDAY

11 WEDNESDAY


12 THURSDAY

13 FRIDAY

14 SATURDAY

15 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


07 july

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

16 monday

17 TUESDAY

18 WEDNESDAY


19 THURSDAY

20 FRIDAY

21 SATURDAY

22 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


07 july

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

23 monday

24 TUESDAY

25 WEDNESDAY


26 THURSDAY

27 FRIDAY

28 SATURDAY

29 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


08 august Sunday

MONDAY

TUESDAY

wednesday 1

5

6

7

8

12

13

14

15

19

20

21

22

26

27

28

29


thursday

friday

saturday

2

3

4

9

10

11

goals

TO DO

16

17

18

23

24

25

30

31

NOTES

september S

M

T

W

T

F

2 9 16 23

3 10 17 24

4 11 18 25

5 12 19 26

6 13 20 27

7 14 21 28

S 1 8 15 22 29


08 AUGUST

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

30 monday

31 TUESDAY

1 WEDNESDAY


2 THURSDAY

3 FRIDAY

4 SATURDAY

5 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


08 AUGUST

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

6 monday

7 TUESDAY

8 WEDNESDAY


9 THURSDAY

10 FRIDAY

11 SATURDAY

12 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


08 AUGUST

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

13 monday

14 TUESDAY

15 WEDNESDAY


16 THURSDAY

17 FRIDAY

18 SATURDAY

19 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


08 AUGUST

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

20 monday

21 TUESDAY

22 WEDNESDAY


23 THURSDAY

24 FRIDAY

25 SATURDAY

26 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


09 september Sunday

MONDAY

TUESDAY

wednesday

2

3

4

5

9

10

11

12

16

17

18

19

23

24

25

26

30


thursday

friday

saturday

goals

1

6

7

8

TO DO

13

14

15

20

21

22

27

28

29

NOTES

october S 7 14 21 28

M 1 8 15 22 29

T 2 9 16 23 30

W 3 10 17 24 31

T 4 11 18 25

F 5 12 19 26

S 6 13 20 27


09 SEPTEMBER

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

27 monday

28 TUESDAY

29 WEDNESDAY


30 THURSDAY

31 FRIDAY

1 SATURDAY

2 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


09 SEPTEMBER

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

3 monday

4 TUESDAY

5 WEDNESDAY


6 THURSDAY

7 FRIDAY

8 SATURDAY

9 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


09 SEPTEMBER

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

10 monday

11 TUESDAY

12 WEDNESDAY


13 THURSDAY

14 FRIDAY

15 SATURDAY

16 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


09 SEPTEMBER

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

17 monday

18 TUESDAY

19 WEDNESDAY


20 THURSDAY

21 FRIDAY

22 SATURDAY

23 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


09 SEPTEMBER

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

24 monday

25 TUESDAY

26 WEDNESDAY


27 THURSDAY

28 FRIDAY

29 SATURDAY

30 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


10 october Sunday

MONDAY

TUESDAY

wednesday

1

2

3

7

8

9

10

14

15

16

17

21

22

23

24

28

29

30

31


thursday

friday

saturday

4

5

6

11

12

13

goals

TO DO

18

19

20

25

26

27

NOTES

november S

M

T

W

4 11 18 25

5 12 19 26

6 13 20 27

7 14 21 28

T 1 8 15 22 29

F 2 9 16 23 20

S 3 10 17 24


10 OCTOBER

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

1 monday

2 TUESDAY

3 WEDNESDAY


4 THURSDAY

5 FRIDAY

6 SATURDAY

7 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


10 OCTOBER

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

8 monday

9 TUESDAY

10 WEDNESDAY


11 THURSDAY

12 FRIDAY

13 SATURDAY

14 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


10 OCTOBER

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

15 monday

16 TUESDAY

17 WEDNESDAY


18 THURSDAY

19 FRIDAY

20 SATURDAY

21 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


10 OCTOBER

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

22 monday

23 TUESDAY

24 WEDNESDAY


25 THURSDAY

26 FRIDAY

27 SATURDAY

28 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


11 november Sunday

MONDAY

TUESDAY

wednesday

4

5

6

7

11

12

13

14

18

19

20

21

25

26

27

28


thursday

friday

saturday

1

2

3

8

9

10

goals

TO DO

15

16

17

22

23

24

29

30

NOTES

december S

M

T

W

T

F

2 9 16 23 30

3 10 17 24 31

4 11 18 25

5 12 19 26

6 13 20 27

7 14 21 28

S 1 8 15 22 29


11 NOVEMBER

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

29 monday

30 TUESDAY

31 WEDNESDAY


1 THURSDAY

2 FRIDAY

3 SATURDAY

4 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


11 NOVEMBER

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

5 monday

6 TUESDAY

7 WEDNESDAY


8 THURSDAY

9 FRIDAY

10 SATURDAY

11 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


11 NOVEMBER

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

12 monday

13 TUESDAY

14 WEDNESDAY


15 THURSDAY

16 FRIDAY

17 SATURDAY

18 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


11 NOVEMBER

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

19 monday

20 TUESDAY

21 WEDNESDAY


22 THURSDAY

23 FRIDAY

24 SATURDAY

25 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


12 december Sunday

MONDAY

TUESDAY

wednesday

2

3

4

5

9

10

11

12

16

17

18

19

23

24

25

26

30

31


thursday

friday

saturday

goals

1

6

7

8

TO DO

13

14

15

20

21

22

27

28

29

NOTES

january S

M

6 13 20 27

7 14 21 28

T 1 8 15 22 29

W 2 9 16 23 30

T 3 10 17 24 31

F 4 11 17 25

S 5 12 19 26


12 DECEMBER

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

26 monday

27 TUESDAY

28 WEDNESDAY


29 THURSDAY

30 FRIDAY

1 SATURDAY

2 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


12 DECEMBER

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

3 monday

4 TUESDAY

5 WEDNESDAY


6 THURSDAY

7 FRIDAY

8 SATURDAY

9 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


12 DECEMBER

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

10 monday

11 TUESDAY

12 WEDNESDAY


13 THURSDAY

14 FRIDAY

15 SATURDAY

16 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


12 DECEMBER

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

17 monday

18 TUESDAY

19 WEDNESDAY


20 THURSDAY

21 FRIDAY

22 SATURDAY

23 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


12 DECEMBER

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

24 monday

25 TUESDAY

26 WEDNESDAY


27 THURSDAY

28 FRIDAY

29 SATURDAY

30 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


12 DECEMBER

notes

E VENING

AF TERNOON

MORNING

31 monday

1 TUESDAY

2 WEDNESDAY


3 THURSDAY

4 FRIDAY

5 SATURDAY

6 SUNDAY

PRIORITIES


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