Best-selling calendar title | Printed on high-quality, FSC certified paper | Full-color pages throughout | Includes all major public and culturally significant holidays
This boldly illustrated planner cover will thrill you all year long. The one-color interior features skull and floral motifs throughout the year. This planner is perfect to carry and easily helps to keep track of important dates, contacts, and other events at a glance. Each calendar month is easy to glance at and see what responsibilities you have coming up, so make sure you stay organized through the year! Personalization is easy with different colors for appointments and trips, add stickers or stickie notes for a quick reference, or create your own system of symbols and abbreviations.
Planner features 17-months perfect for the academic year, monthly 2-page spread for big-picture planning, weekly spread with ample writing space, and elastic band closure. Striking interior and exterior artwork guides you through the week. Planner comes with Wire-O binding, inside pocket, and extra lined pages to record notes and reminders.Contains many unique secular holidays like Bike To Work Day and Mercury Retrograde times. Calendar also offers a large number of religious holidays from Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Islam, Hindu and Pagan traditions.
- Best-selling calendar title!
- Printed on high-quality, FSC certified paper
- Full-color pages throughout
- Includes all major public and culturally significant holidays
- Features elastic band closure
- Carefully curated images throughout
- Perfect gift for any occasion
- Stay organized all year
- Great for busy families, students, and professionals
- Pairs perfectly with a notebook or stickers
Awesome planner! Great calendar to help me keep my personal to-do lists. -Nvrsaynvr
About Amber Lotus
We Plant Trees: ONE MILLION and growing! — Based in Portland, Oregon, Amber Lotus is a carbon-negative independent publisher of calendars, greeting cards, journals, and coloring books. As of January 2020, we have funded the planting of 1,000,000 trees to offset our carbon footprint. We create products that illuminate the sacred dimensions of everyday life — mindfulness, healthy lifestyles, and earth awareness.
Hectic life? Get and stay organized! Organize your days and make time for yourself with one of our planner calendars. Monthly planner calendars keep you organized throughout the year. Conveniently sized and designed with care for those who want a handy method of organizing their days. These appointment planners come in weekly or monthly views in a wide selection to fit your own personal style. Daily, weekly, monthly, academic, 12 and 16 months – whether you want something for school, work, your family, your clients, or keeping track of your goals – we have it all. Express yourself by adding stickers, washi tape, and sticky notes. Or, create your own system of colors, symbols, and abbreviations for quick reference. Make each planner your own and plan out your week for special dates such as birthdays, anniversaries, doctor appointments, class projects and more. Offering more than a dozen features, these planners are all in one with as a planner and notebook. Stay on top of your busy life and never forget an appointment or risk being late to that important date.
The sugar skull is deeply linked to Mexican culture, given that it forms a key part of DÍa de Muertos celebrations throughout both the country and the world. The sugar skull has also become an increasingly popular Halloween costume and face paint phenomenon for those celebrating this indigenous Mexican holiday. Here’s everything you need to know about the sugar skull, a sacred and popular icon.
Sugar skulls have been closely connected with the early-November Day of the Dead celebration since the 18th century. On November 1st, to celebrate the DÍa de los Angelitos, miniature sugar calaveritas are placed on altares to represent the deceased children they’re honoring. On November 2nd, they’re replaced with larger versions to honor older deceased relatives. However, the production of sugar skulls actually began in Mexico in the 17th century, when abundant supplies of sugar were used to produce inexpensive versions of church decorations.
The term sugar skull is now commonly applied to anything that bears the distinct decorations of the originals whether it be a tattoo or a particular style of make-up. A sugar skull tattoo is used to memorialize a deceased loved one in a permanent way, whereas sugar skull make-up is popular among those attending Day of the Dead or (more commonly in countries outside Mexico) Halloween celebrations.