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One of the casualties of the mobile-device-for-everything phenomenon is the physical calendar. They have all but disappeared from our walls.

One of the most useful things I have found to keep on my desk is a physical calendar that I can grab whenever I want to plan something, especially if it is a multi-day affair. Holidays, events in the future, upcoming interviews – any of these are easier to plan using a physical calendar than scrolling through screens.

Using a physical calendar also gives me screen-free planning time – with a notebook and fountain pen. This time is distraction-free and fully spent on whatever it is I am focused on.

It also helps that I carry a physical calendar with me – it lives inside my pocket notebook and is readily accessible. This is especially useful when you are talking to someone about plans and dates, and instead of pulling out your phone, a physical calendar wonderfully focuses the conversation.

Last year, I designed my own – a 16-month calendar that can easily be printed out and cut at home. After a year of using it, I’ve made a few improvements to it. I’m happy to present the 2022-23 edition of the world-famous Navin Sigamany’s 16-Month Calendar! It can be yours in two versions – the download-and-print version or the physical version.

Download-and-Print Version: Print it on a single A4 sheet on any printer. Fold it back on itself and paste it with a liberal coating of glue. Once it dries, it is stiff as a card. You have two copies of the calendar which you can cut to size. It’s easy to make and it does its job well!

Go ahead and grab it, and feel free to share it with friends and family!

Physical version: This year, I got a few of these printed up at a local print shop. It’s come out well, even if I say so myself. It’s 3 inches by 5 inches and printed on 250 gsm glossy paper. It’s compact enough to go into all but the smallest of pocketbooks. You can get yours by sending me your shipping address – I’ll post a couple to you. Please keep in mind I have only a few of these – so do hurry. If it comes down to choosing whom to send it to, I will send it to whoever asked first.

Here’s a quick preview of the file: