2010 calendar

All our 2010 calendar templates are Adobe PDF formatted and instantly downloadable. Simply download and print. Add in your own plans and projects. Print as you need. Bookmark this site for when you need more calendar templates.

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The 2010 calendar looks like:

2010 calendar to print full year

2010 calendar yearly
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2010 calendar yearly (US Size)
2010 calendar yearly (A4 Size)

This 2010 calendar comes in a Adobe Acrobat PDF format. Download to your hard drive
and open and print. All you need to do is add in your own details, dates and projects.

How to use your 2010 calendar:

These calendar templates come in 2 sizes: European (A4) and US sizing which is about 5.5 inches by 8.5 inches. Just choose the size you need and then print out your calendar. And by the way, make sure to tell your friends about this site too by ‘sharing’ us on Facebook or Google Plus!

This particular calendar template starts January 2010 and finishes December 2010. This calendar comes unzipped as a simple Adobe PDF containing just 2 pages, 6 months on both pages. This is the full year for 2010.

“Time is the wisest counsellor of all.”
— Pericles.

Today’s printable calendar tip:

“The Journey To Happiness”

Dr. Viktor Frankl, who wrote the book “Man’s Search for Meaning” said that you can divide the things you do in life into four categories. The first category consists of the things that are hard to learn and hard to do.

An example in this category for many people is mathematics. Many of us struggled with maths in school and still struggle with bookkeeping, accounting, financial statements and tax returns as an adult. If you find mathematics hard to learn and hard to do, this is the sort of activity for which you are clearly not suited.

No matter how much of it you do, or how good you get at it, you will never achieve any lasting satisfaction or happiness from it. The next category consists of things that are hard to learn but easy to do.

Riding a bicycle and driving a car are hard to learn but easy to do once you’ve practiced enough. Tying your shoes is another example. These are seldom the sort of activities where you feel terrific about yourself when you engage in them. They do not demand your best.

The third category consists of things that are easy to learn but hard to do. Physical labor falls into this category. Digging a ditch with a shovel or chopping wood with an ax are easy to learn but they are hard to do. And they never get any easier.

The fourth category is the key. These are things that are easy to do and easy to learn. You seem to have a natural proclivity for them. When you are engaged in this sort of activity, time flies. The things that are easy to learn and easy to do for you are the sort of things that you should be doing with your life.

They indicate where your natural talents and abilities lie. It is engaging in these activities with your whole heart, and committing yourself to becoming better and better, that will give you all the joy, satisfaction and happiness you could want in life.

Everyone has an area of excellence. Everyone has something that he or she can do in an outstanding fashion. It may take weeks, months and even years for you to develop yourself in that area so that you can really perform in an extraordinary fashion, but you will be strongly attracted to that sort of activity from the beginning.

You will enjoy reading about it and talking about it and thinking about it. You will find yourself admiring people who are outstanding in that area. You will look longingly at that field and wonder what it would be like to be in it and to be successful at it. And that is very often your heart’s desire. That area of activity, the area where you can become excellent, is probably what you were put on this earth to do.

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