365 days, one sheet

Hi!

I've been following DIY planner for quite some time now, and now I would like to submit an idea!

In the beginning of 2006 I created a 365 days calendar that fits on one sheet of paper, and I have been using it for evaluation during the last year. It's been easy to use and very handy.

I think this would be a nice add-on to the DIY Planner templates!

/Jenny

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That reminds me

I've been thinking of making up a Year-on-a-Page calendar for myself to help me keep my New Year's Resolutions. As in, every day I will:

1) exercise in some manner for at least 20 minutes. (walks, mostly)
2) write at least 500 words
3) spend 15 minutes doing something that counts as decluttering/organizing/"deep cleaning" my house.

I'll need three types of stickers or something to put into each day's space as I actually do one of them.

Now I have to decide on rewards. Like I can buy a new book after each 30 'writing' stickers. A week of exercising every day earns me a candy bar. Things like that. Carrots, not sticks.

Yeah, I know this is pathetic, or at least childish. The thing is, I seem to have the willpower of a child when it comes to keep resolutions so why fight it? ;)

Nice

But I do not recognize the language.
What is it, please ?

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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)

The language is

The language is Swedish!

/Jenny

Tack så mycket - and a small favor, please...

I'm working on software to generate pre-dated/filled-in calendar pages and I want to do multi-language support.

I found that the full day names are:
måndag tisdag onsdag torsdag fredag lördag söndag
(http://www.domesticat.net/misc/monthsdays.php)

My question is about abbreviated day names. For example, in English, there are two letter abbrevs (Su, Mo, We, Th, Fr, Sa) and three letter abbrevs (Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat)

Your calendar shows single letter abbreviations for the day names. Are the first two/three letters used in the same way ?

BTW, anyone else can hop in with a reference for any other language.

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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)

The abbreviations can be

The abbreviations can be done in a number of ways, I usually use the first letter in each of the weekdays (M,T,O,T,F,L,S), but you could also use

1 M, Ti, O, To, F, L, S (distinguishing between the tisdag and torsdag, which both start with T)
2 Mån, Tis, Ons, Tors, Fre, Lör, Sön (just leaving out the "dag")
3 Mån, Tis, Ons, Tor, Fre, Lör, Sön (using only the first three letters)
4 Må, Ti, On, To, Fr, Lö, Sö

I think 2,1 and 4 are the most common abbreviations, in that order.

/Jenny

In spanish

In spanish the days of the week are

Monday: Lunes, Lun, Lu, L
Tuesday: Martes, Mar, Ma, M
Wednesday: Miercoles, Mie, Mi, M
Thursday: Jueves, Jue, Ju, J
Friday: Viernes, Vie, Vi, V
Saturday: Sabado, Sab, Sa, S
Sunday: Domingo, Dom, Do, D

Hope this helps!

Muchas Gracias

"Thank you" in over 465 languages

:)

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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)

another year-on-a-page, only more compact

I found the following compact calendar this weekend, and thought of this one, so thought I would post here. Personally, I like both, and can't decide which to try. ;-)

http://davidseah.com/archives/2006/12/14/compact-calendar-fo...

-Jon

nice!

Thank you so much for this link Jon! Perfect for keeping birthdays and anniversaries in my sites ♥

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