Get organized in a fun and colorful way with this free printable monthly calendar for 2023 with a different seasonal fruit design for each month. The vertical format is great for birthdays, menus, activities, yearly planning and more.
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It's time for the 2023 version of our annual free printable monthly calendar to download and use to start planning and organizing when you want!
I'm super happy with this year's design that features a fruit that is seasonal to the month, like lemons for January, strawberries in May, and grapes for October.
I again chose a calendar style that is big enough to write in the spaces with no extras to interfere (like the tiny calendars at the bottom that I've never used) in a vertical format.
Why a vertical format?
I find vertical calendars more flexible than horizontal formats.
When using in a binder, you don't need to turn it to view, and I love using them on clipboards for portability and hanging on a wall. They hang better on a fridge with a magnet, too.
How to Use A Calendar Printable
You might be wondering about the ways you might be able to use these calendar pages.
Even though I love The Flexible Planner and how it has helped me consolidate a bunch of information into one place, having a visual calendar that I can refer to is still really useful.
Monthly Calendar Pages Can Be Used For:
- Birthdays and events
- Keeping track of school activities
- Monitoring work projects
- Anything you want to plan for yearly and have an overall picture
Ways to Use Calendar Printables:
Use With Clipboards:
Like I mentioned, my favorite way to use the pages is to clip them to vintage (or reproduction) wooden clipboards (here's a set of 6 for a good price).
I keep one near me with the current month and like to have three more months visible on a wall in my office to have a larger picture of this site's content and planning.
Use With A Binder:
Putting them all into a binder is the classic option, of course, which is still a good idea for organizing birthdays, events, and school things.
You can find pretty binder options in An Oregon Cottage's Amazon Shop.
Use With Magnets:
These also make great menus - just use a magnet to stick them to the fridge and fill in the days so everyone knows the answer to the "what's for dinner" question.
How to Get the Free Monthly Calendar
The calendar is free to download from the VIP Subscriber Library - along with lots of other freebies like:
Simply click the image below, fill in the form, and you'll get an email to download the printable calendar along with access instructions for the entire subscriber library:
How to Print the Monthly Calendar
I recommend using the best quality paper you can for this printable monthly calendar - even using cardstock would be a good choice if you plan to use them regularly or hang them on the refrigerator.
I have gathered paper and printing tools - as well as other items that would make using all your Subscriber Library printables easy - in my Amazon Shop - go directly to the category by clicking the button below:
Once you get your email with the link, it's as simple as clicking the link to the pdf file and downloading it to your computer.
Then use your computer's program to print pdf files (or download Adobe Acrobat) on a quality paper with a color printer (this is the printer I have along with the Instant Ink program which has saved me a ton of money!).
Again, this is already in the subscriber library if you're on the newsletter list - no need to sign up again. If you're not on the list, just CLICK HERE to sign up and get this plus much more in the library!
I hope you enjoy this newest free printable added to the VIP Library - for everyone who is a current subscriber, thank you SO much! I really appreciate you and offering freebies is just one way I can give back to you.
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