Our 2012 calendar printable templates are Adobe PDF formatted and instantly downloadable.
Simply download and print. Add your own plans and projects. Print as you need. Bookmark this site for when you need more calendar templates.
Calendars To Print offers you free printable calendars carefully formatted for your needs.
Whether you’re after calendar blanks or calendars to print for time management, our calendars are easily printed on any printer after download.
The 2012 calendar looks like:
Download your calendar here – it’s completely free.
The 2012 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.
Note – the above calendar image might look like it’s missing some days but
it’s just how it looks. Once you print the calendar out all the months will match together!
How to use your 2012 calendar:
These calendar templates come in 1 size: US format which is about 5.5 inches by 8.5 inches. Just choose the calendar you need and print. And by the way, make sure to tell your friends about this site too by ‘sharing’ us on Facebook or Google Plus!
The particular calendar templates above consist of a 2012 monthly and a 2012 yearly calendar. Both start at January 2012 and finish December 2012. These calendars come unzipped as a simple Adobe PDF. For the monthly, that’s 1 month for every page. The yearly is 2 pages at 6 months each page.
“To see the world in a grain of sand, and to see heaven in a wild flower, hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and eternity in an hour.”
— William Blake.
Today’s printable calendar tip:
“How to Save Money and Avoid Temptations”
Saving money and financial management is crucial to live a good life. We all know how important money is to survive in this world – but only a few of us know how to manage a household budget properly. Some of us have a real hard time saving money even when we know we should be.
Of course, you may be highly motivated to save money, but still give in to temptation. Before you know it, you’ve already spent the amount set aside for your savings. So here’s some helpful tips on how you can avoid temptations and really save money:
1. Consult a financial advisor. Yes you spend dollars consulting a financial advisor (although some can be found for free) but it’s money well spent, and a great investment in yourself. You’ll discover new ways to save money and potentially invest wisely by talking to money experts.
2. Take a list when going shopping. A grocery list keeps you on track so you don’t spend extra on unnecessary food items, help you get organized and decide what needs to be prioritized.
3. Consider short term high interest bearing accounts. You can tuck $1000 away into a high interest bearing account and not touch for 3 to 6 months, while the interest compounds. This teaches you to be disciplined about your money, and earning some interest can motivate you to practice it regularly.
4. Hang with people who know how to spend money wisely. Hey – you do this anyway, right? And last but not least, use printable calendars to keep track of your daily activities and structure your time efficiently!