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Daily Calendar Journal {mama♥miss} ©2013

Forever ago I pinned this idea from Design Sponge.  And I thought now is as perfect time as ever to start it, a brand new year.  The idea is to write one sentence everyday describing something about that day.  A big thing or just a little thing.  Then, every year you do the same thing as another entry for that day.  A journal of sorts, but instead of having to flip back through an actual calendar you can see right there what you did the year before on that day – kinda’ neat huh?

Well, and OF COURSE, I had to put my spin on it – with a free printable for ya ;)  “Hi!  I’m Melissa & I love designing printables for you – nice to meet you! :)”

There are three PDF’s below, each with four different months.  They are each sized at 4”Wx4.75H”, and four of them will print out on a sheet.  I printed mine out on heavy cardstock & then laminated them (remember these need to hold up for years & I imagine that some little kiddo hands might be getting into them over the years – just a prediction ;)  I also fancied up the top of each card using these scalloped scissors.  I used ruled 4×6” index cards & cut 2” off of the right side to make them 4×4” (so they would fit in my porcelain berry carton).

Supplies I used:

Daily Calendar Journal {mama♥miss} ©2013

Just click on each month range to download the PDF file…

January – April

May- August


Daily Calendar Journal {mama♥miss} ©2013

I’m keeping it in my kitchen, so that I see it everyday to prompt me to fill it out.

Are you going to do it with me?  Pretty please?!

Do you think I will keep it up?  Will you?

Let’s do it together, we can hold each other accountable & remind each other!!!

Sounds like a plan-stan :)

xx m


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  1. I want to do this for my pregnancy. Can I adjust the printable to say month one, month two, etc? How cute will this be for your child to see one day?

    • I could also do this for baby’s first year!!! That would be amazing way to keep track of cute things

    • Hi Sarah! Right not it’s not editable – I don’t have the proper software to do so – it’s my next big purchase (it’s a couple hundred dollars!) though – so it might be a future post. Be sure to subscribe by email to my blog & you’ll get updates when I post & be one if the first’s to see when I do :) xx

  2. Hello,
    I just send you a comments, to say that I use one picture of your post, but I quote you in my article. You can see my post on my blog : . If you want that I erase your pictures of my article, let me know. Thank you . Bye :)
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  3. This is great. What a cute way to organize memories.
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  4. Oh! Such a fun idea!! Thanks for the FREE (Yay!) printables! The first page I printed was crushed by my cat jumping up and “helping” me… Now instead of measuring and cutting, I can use my time to embellish the divider cards, daily cards, etc. I am going to have so much fun! (I found your post via Pinterest -maybe from OrganizeYourStuffNow?)

    • Thanks Shelly!!!! So awesome – I’m glad you can use them. I see glitter in your future ;) Thanks for finding me & leaving me some comment love!! :) :) xx ♥ m

  5. Love this idea! I so want to start one so I can see how daily life changes over the years – I think I’ll let my kids help me keep track of items too (it’s always so fun to learn what the important part of their day was).
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