2014 Circa Monthly Tabs amp Pullout Calend
Great way to start the year, end the month
I keep open flat on desk - on left is my month on right are my goals - I think designed to have The months goals on back of the tab - but this works better for me - I am visual prefer seeing both at once. The pullout year at a glance helps planning tremendously.
January 31, 2014
A needed addition to the calendar
I use the weekly calendar from Levenger and this is a needed addition to that. You can now easily find the months you are looking for with the tabs. And the pull out yearly calendar is just amazing. I love being able to see an entire year at once. With a school age child and a full time job, I can fill in all of her days off and see everything at a glance for easy planning. You won't find this anywhere else. I get jealous looks every time I pull it out.
January 25, 2014
I love Levenger and Circa products particularly, but was so disappointed when my 2014 Circa Monthly tabs and pullout calendar in the letter size arrived. I expected the calendar to be on 2 pages, like it is on the junior size. Instead its crunched on one side, and the next month's goals and planning is facing it! I never would have ordered it if a picture of the calendar was on the site.
January 5, 2014
These products are fantastic. I took my iPad to meetings and they look at me like I am sitting there playing Candy Crush. The books are more professional. I love that everyone at the table can have one but they are not the same. I love the yearly fold out calendar. I love that I can punch my own pages into my book. I can organize the way I want to organize not the way someone else wants me to. I can wait to buy more of these products.
December 2, 2013
Good for historic perspective
I'm in the process of implementing structure to teams that had very little. Applying a structured approach to project planning often means looking at progress differently: a look-back (health check) provides the most perspective. I like these foldout calendars for that reason: we use it to track the deliverable timelines we are publishing, so we can see how drastically they change as we get better and better at estimating our time/effort. I am a devout electronic calendar kind of person, so keeping a manual version seemed a bit contradictory at first, but this quickly answers the question of each expectation we set.
December 1, 2013
Truly a perfect view all in one place
I have various committees that I volunteer on and to use this style of calendar makes it easy to keep track of with all the different due dates and items for each.
November 18, 2013
Battery is Great
I've used many different planners over the years and for the last 6 or 7 at least I've tried to "go electronic" but after incompatibilities and lost notes due to "upgrades" I have returned to the ever reliable pen and paper.
Levenger and Circa have made my life easy and organized again. With the monthly layout and the ability to add and remove notes and to do lists i don't have a cluttered calendar and I look cool!
November 17, 2013
A necessity for streamlined agenda
I've used zillions of agenda systems over the years and frankly kept up with them because there was just TOO much and all I really wanted to do was be able to recall a few important people/daily events and be able to visually plan long term--otherwise I use my Iphone.
Circa is a great way to do this with the regular sheets adaptable to my needs for daily entries and this particular calendar insert. I find that is really all I need (along with a few sheet dividers). Plenty of people want detailed, comprehensive pages and sections, but for those who really want to adapt to their own needs, I think this is a great way to do it.
August 10, 2013
A haiku in praise of my paper calendar
Internet is down
Your calendar is online
Try writing stuff down
April 10, 2013
I always maintain my calendar in pencil because of frequent changes. Over time, it appears a more glossy paper is being used which makes writing in pencil difficult. Please go back to a less glossy paper for us pencil users...
September 3, 2012