Unless you work at the calendar kiosk at the mall, it's tough to always know what day it is. Be honest, how often do you find yourself asking if it's Tuesday (if you read this on a Tuesday then the answer is yes, by the way), only to find out it is not the day you thought?
It's understandable. With work, families and everything else in life, days tend to blend together into one giant blob. As long as you get to where you need to be when you need to be there, does it really matter if you know what day it is?
It kind of does, which is why calendars are quite helpful. So as long as we need them around, we might as well personalize them to our liking.
Everything you need all in one place
With Calendarpedia.com, you have access to all sorts of calendars -- yearly, monthly, weekly, holidays, birthday, fiscal, etc. -- in all sorts of forms. Whatever it is you need to remember, you can find a calendar for it.
They can be downloaded as Word docs, Excel files or PDFs, and from there can be customized to your liking.
With as many templates as you have to choose from, you really do have options. You can be as creative or simple as you'd like, mixing in photos, text and notes in order to make the calendar unique to you.
With as many different calendars as there are to choose from, the site can be a bit daunting at first glance. However, it is organized very well, making it very easy to find whatever it is you are looking for.
Like we said, whatever type of calendar you are looking for, you'll probably find it here. There are yearly calendars running through 2021 and, if for some reason you'd like to have an older calendar, you can go back in time for those, too.
Holidays are easy to find
If you'd rather not look through an entire calendar just to find a specific date, the site also has a list of specific dates people may look for.
Holidays are sorted by Christian (and related), U.S. federal and Australian, while there are other notable dates like Daylight Saving Time, Earth Day, Father's Day and Mother's Day.