Calendar 2021 available via online

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You can now purchase calendar for 2021 via online from websites such as Shopee MY*. I will be updating this page as more calendars are available.

I’ve always have a soft spot for calendars and used to buy them as Christmas gifts for my team and friends. To me, it is more practical than giving seasonal items.  Usually, I would purchase the calendars with writing spaces for them to be able to write down important deadlines, meetings and appointments. There would be a few designs and get them to choose the design that they like. It is nice seeing the calendars stay on their workdesk the entire year and become a useful source of reference for them.

Calendar 2021 sold online

Examples of 2021 calendars on sale now (VIEW ALL*):

1. Race Horse calendar with personalized printing *(can personalize your name, company, tel, email and website)
The good old race horse calendar is popular with all races in Malaysia. This is because the calendar contains the details of Muslim months and Chinese lunar months. Now it is on offer till early September where for those who order 100 pieces, each one comes up to about RM1.20.

This type of calendars are suitable to small / medium businesses which usually give out free calendars by the end of the year.

Calendars are not like how it was in the past where it is available in abundance. Shopowners are giving out sparingly only to frequent customers or those who make purchases above certain amount. Therefore, chances are the calendar you give out would be used, ie hung in the wall of the home. Imagine, the calendar with your company details attached are there, in plain sight for the entire year. And it cost you only peanuts to print one. Why not consider spending on such printing and save a little from the advertisement cost that you spend?

2. Calendar 2021 Malaysia Singapore Brunei + FREE GIFT*
Calendars with Singapore and Brunei holidays are useful when you have family members/ relatives/ friends staying/ working in Singapore and Brunei. I have many friends who are staying long term in Singapore and some friends from Sabah/Sarawak  have family members/ relatives working in Brunei.

If you have loved ones staying in Singapore and Brunei, having a calendar which contains the holidays from these countries would be useful when it comes to planning your trip or meet ups. Hopefully by next year travel would be much more convenient than it is now.

3. Chinese Calendar 2021 (Daily pages)/ Feng Shui calendar*
This is a very traditional calendar with Chinese dates as well as some brief description of what can be done/cannot be done for that day. In the link above, the company is also selling wholesale so the more you buy, the cheaper the pricing is. A regular Chinese prayer shop that we visited all our life would stock these calendars for their regular or customers who purchase a high amount (sometimes it acts as an incentive for them to purchase prayer items for Winter Solstice or CNY).

4. Desk Calendar 2021 Cartoon large grid*
If you like pastel and colourful calendar. This has space for you to write down important dates and appointments on the calendar itself. Even though I am all grown up, I love using cartoon based calendar because the colours are nice to look at and encourage me to plan and write on it. I am a huge fan of Kaison calendars . If you are like me and like these type of designs, you can try to source for these calendars online. Yes, some come with delivery charges and may end up costing more than the store….. but think of the time, petrol and parking you need to pay to go to hunt for these calendars.

Articles related to planning using Calendars:

I have a blog where I write about my experience in planning using calendars, diaries and planners. Below are some articles:

 

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