Free printable 2008 calendar

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free printable 2008 calendar with holidays


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Free Printable 2008 Calendar with holidays (US Size)

This 2008 calendar comes in the 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 2008 calendar:

This calendar template come in 1 size. Please let me know if you need additional sizing. All you need to do is print out your calendar. And by the way, make sure to tell your friends about this site too!

This particular calendar template starts DEC 2007 and finishes DEC 2008. This calendar is not zipped up. It comes as a simple Adobe PDF containing 54 pages, approx one week to every page. As its name implies, this 2008 holiday calendar does include most of the important yearly holidays!

“A good holiday is one spent among people whose notions of time are vaguer than yours.” — John B. Priestly.

Today’s printable calendar tip

Planning your year

Only three percent of living Americans, or adults anywhere for that matter, have written goals. Everyone else that thinks about a written goal and plans to write them down, someday. But they never get around to it.

Most people spend more time making a list of groceries before they go shopping or planning a vacation than they do in planning their lives. Success begins with a pad of paper, a pen and a few minutes of your time. One of the most important keys to success is to ‘think on paper.’

All successful people ‘think on paper.’ And here are two important points. If you cannot write it down clearly and specifically on a piece of paper, then it means that you are not really clear about it yourself. Perhaps you don’t even want it.

What is worse, it may be that you are afraid that you may not attain it. Nonetheless, a goal that is written down is merely a fantasy or a wish. A goal that is clearly written and described on a piece of paper takes on a power of its own, it is now something concrete that you can touch and feel and work with.

Action Exercises:

Set a deadline. If it is a large goal, set a series of sub-deadlines. A deadline acts as a ‘forcing system’ on your subconscious mind and begins to move you toward your goal rapidly while it moves your goal toward you.

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