We have a family calendar we print and keep on the fridge. Yes, a paper calendar. If you don’t have kids, you won’t understand this, but kids don’t have smart phones they can use to check what’s happening on any given day. Heck, even my husband can’t be bothered to check a shared google calendar, so…
I prefer the DIY calendar you just print yourself, month by month, and fill out by hand, anyway. At the start of each new year, I’ll print out each month, and fill in the little I do know – holidays we observe, trips or family visits we have scheduled, and days school is closed. Then, at the start of each month, I’ll pull that month’s sheet off the fridge and sit down at the table and ink in the other stuff – the field trip permission forms, the dentist appointments, and everything in between.
Well, friends, I just took March off the top to slide it to the back, so that April can now be on the top of the stack.
Welp. No changes to be made, I guess. Still accurate.