We were hopelessly frustrated by daily calendars that have the same thing every single day, so we made one that's different every day.
What kind of things are in the calendar?
Some days might have animals facts, others might have miniature models you can cut out, fold and build. There will be stories and games and finger puppets and Ryan Gosling trivia and recipes and tiny cards that you can fold and give to your friends. We've got the best year ever planned out and it's going to be super fun but we won't tell you any more details because we don't want to spoil all the surprises.
Does this calendar have 365 pages?
Great guess but no! We're combining the page for Saturday and Sunday so there are only 6 pages a week. We did this because we only had about 313 different ideas for pages and also because we want you to do more exciting things with your weekend than look at our calendar.
Wasn't this a Kickstarter campaign?
It sure was! You can still see our old project pages here and here. After funding ourselves on Kickstarter for two years, Workman Publishing (they invented the Page-A-Day calendar) sent us an email and asked if we wanted to work together. Now, the It's Different Every Day Calendar is a Page-A-Day Calendar. It's the same great calendar except it's cheaper and available more places!
Can you tell me some other details about this calendar?
Sure, thanks for asking! The calendar is printed on 4.25" by 5.5" paper and it will be printed with black ink, have that sticky stuff on one end to keep the pages together and it will come mounted on a handy little stand!
Who made this calendar?
Brooke and Boaz! We’re both freelance copywriters, and we both live in Portland, Oregon. Another thing we have in common is days have always been our favorite unit of time. Boaz’s favorite day of the week is Thursday and Brooke’s is Sunday. Brooke's also the creator of Sad Animal Facts and Boaz is the creator of The Pedal Powered Talk Show. You can learn more about Brooke and Boaz here.
This sounds interesting. Where can I watch a video about this?
Thanks for asking. You can watch a video about the calendar right here: