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Whether you’re after a 2010 calendar, 2011 calendar blanks or handy blank calendar templates! Easily printed on any printer after download.
The Calendar Blanks (2011) look like:
These 2011 calendar blanks come in a Adobe Acrobat PDF format.
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These calendar templates come in 2 sizes: European (A4) and US sizing which is about 5.5 inches by 8.5 inches. So 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!
These particular calendar templates start on December 2010 and finish January 2012. This calendar comes unzipped as a simple Adobe PDF containing 110 pages, 4 days to a page (weekly with notes). Simply print as is.
“All the so-called “secrets of success” will not work unless you do.”
— Author Unknown.
Today’s printable calendar tip
A Balanced Life
In my research on how to raise super kids, I found that the one factor that was more important than any other was the amount of one-on-one time that the parents spent with the children. When parents don’t spend a lot of time with their children individually, they send a message to their children that they are not very valuable or important.
Children then react by experiencing feelings of inferiority, lowered self-esteem, and negative self-images, and this is expressed in poor grades and behavioral problems.
But when the parents take the time to sit down with their children and ask questions and listen to what is going on in their minds, the children tend to feel a deep sense of value and importance that is manifested in self-confidence, happiness and good relationships with others.
The key is learning to use your time better. You cannot get more hours out of each day, but you can put more of yourself into each of those hours. Turn off the television and spend time talking with the members of your family.
Never read newspaper of books when a member of your family wants to communicate with you. Put the reading material aside. Concentrate single-mindedly on the most important people in your world. Everything else can wait.
In regard to your work and family, continually ask yourself, “What is the most valuable use of my time right now?” Consider if what you are doing today will matter a week or a year from today. Sometimes, we become preoccupied with small things that are not really important in the long run. But what is important in the long run is the quality of our home life.
You don’t have to be a superman or superwoman to properly balance the demands of your work and the needs of your family. You must, however, be more thoughtful, be a better planner, use your time more effectively, and continually think of ways to enhance the quality of your life in both areas.
If you set this as a goal and resolve to work toward it every day, you will gradually become far more efficient, far more effective, and a far happier human being. And that’s the most important thing of all.