Let me just admit this up front, I am a planner. I am lost without a calendar and to do lists. I need a real calendar that I can write on (and erase when necessary). Thus, I am always on the lookout for a great planning calendar. Last year, I was thrilled to find an unbelievable calendar that fit my needs from Neu Year. I was even more thrilled when they offered to allow me to review their new and improved calendars for 2014.
Neu Year has only been in business since October 2011. I was so impressed earlier this year when the owners contacted me and others who had previously purchased their calendars to ask us what we liked best and what we would like to see changed for the 2014 calendars. It was a lot of fun being allowed to share my opinion with a company who really cared what I thought of their products. This invitation to share exemplifies what this company is all about – providing a quality product that meets the needs of its customers. Awesome!
The 2014 calendars offered by Neu Year are fantastic and are visually appealing. My favorite calendar starts each week on Sunday. However, if you prefer the Monday first calendar, and I know many people do, they offer that option also. The calendars are available in both dry erase or uncoated styles and they are two in one, as they offer two orientations – horizontal on one side and vertical on the other. Since I often have to plan projects that span over a period of six months, I just love this large dry erase wall calendar. It allows me to put my plans on paper to make certain that the time schedules can be met. And, since oftentimes plans get changed along the way, the dry erase style allows for easy changing of the due dates, etc. Another excellent feature of these calendars is that they don’t have spaces between the months. This is very helpful when planning a project over a period of several months.
Neu Year’s 2014 calendar is excellent! The project I’ll be planning next week should run from October 2013 to April 2014, so it was time to put the new calendar on my office wall, right next to the 2013 one. As a visual planner I continue to be thrilled with these calendars (I also use one at home) and plan on using them for many years to come.
You can buy a 2014 calendar from Neu Year for $19.00 here.
One lucky reader is going to win a 2014 Neu Year calendar in the style of their choice.
I received the above mentioned products free of charge to facilitate my review, however, all opinions are my own.