I have 100s of files for calendars that I have made in the past. When I get a request, SOMETIMES it is as simple as changing the month blocks to reflect the different date arrangements. SOMETIMES even that is a lot of work. These were neither simple nor too much work that I couldn’t be bothered. They fell nicely into the just enough effort to be interesting, without being annoying category.
What I hate, is changing from a Sunday to Monday to a Monday to Sunday arrangement. I really hate doing that. Although, to be fair, I have worked out methods that make is way less effort that it once was. Still, I’m not a fan.
Luckily one request, for a Spanish language version of the Doily cards, was from Nubia in Uruguay. Unlike many Spanish-speaking countries (or some Spanish-speaking USA residents) she does NOT need a Monday to Sunday version. You can get it here.
Another request, From Carol, for tear-off blocks that are not so girly, was also, fairly easy to complete.
And I notice an error! It’ll be back tomorrow corrected!
My program is so buggy. I tried fixing the missing day about 3 times and every time I looked at the final PDF 31 January was gone. I can only hope when I add it back in it “stuck!”
Phew! There is is! And here is the PDF
Little things like the small 29 days for February 2020 (a leap year) is the kind of thing I can easily miss when altering an older calendar, and checking and re-checking for hat sort of thing takes TIME. In this case, the exact version she wanted was so buried in the folders of calendars it was easier to make a new one than find the old one. They might be slightly bigger then the originals, but hopefully still useful.
I still have the Pretty Circle CD calendar that people always ask for to be updated, and some one-sheets (although there are a few 2020-2021 one-sheets already available here and here) and people do request landscape onesheets for use in their planners, so I expect you might see more from me sometime soon.