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Old 09-20-2008, 09:01 AM
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BusyBodyBook Wall Calendar

When it's best to keep the entire family's schedule in clear view right in the kitchen, the Jan - Dec 2009 BusyBodyBook Wall Calendar is the ideal solution for every family.

The BusyBodyBook award-winning Weekly GRID format is the key. Seven individual and spacious columns give each family member their own designated place to plan their schedules while coordinating with one another, side by side. No double booking, overbooking or overlooking!
The BusyBodyBook Jan - Dec 2009 Wall Calendar features:

* seven spacious columns for your larger family or your additional planning needs
* a week-per-page layout that can hang as a one- or two-week view
* two six-months-months-at-a-glance pages to help plan ahead for the holidays, vacations, or special events
* a page for next year's important appointments and events
* key contacts pages for your emergency contact information and the phone numbers of doctors, coaches or babysitters
* a 4-inch pocket on the inside back cover to hold important papers, receipts or coupons

14" x 11.25" 1 week view
14" x 22.5" 2 week view
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Old 09-20-2008, 09:13 AM
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This is a cool calendar! I'm going to have to fight my DD over it; she loves the green cover with blue, orange and brown accents (since it matches her room, LOL). The inner pages are white and a pale green--not an obnoxious green, but a nice peaceful color. The columns alternate by color, which makes it easier to use. There are 7 columns across the page, with dates running down the side. Other useful features are a handy pocket in the back cover, "plan-ahead" section for 2010, month-at-a-glance for 2009, emergency contact section and a birthday calendar.

I have used the Sample Pages available at the BusyBodyBook website. They're great for assigning chores for my kids for the week.

Because I have 3 children in 2 different schools, 2 different sports, and 2 different Scouting schedules, this kind of calendar is going to be great for my family. The regular calendar that I use now gets very cluttered and it's hard to see at a glance just WHO belongs where. With this one, each person can have his own column.
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Old 09-20-2008, 03:40 PM
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This calendar looks like the real deal Barbszy! I am going to look into this as your schedule sounds much like mine, only one kid, but the grands keep me on my toes just as much!
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