2014 Printable Calendars

Last week, when I went to start planning for 2014, I realized our current family calendar only went to December 2013 and I hand’t bought a new one yet.  (I guess I was thinking it was 18 months).  I decided to find a printable calendar for free online and saw so many choices.  In the kitchen (command central), I like to keep a calendar that has space for me to write in appointments and reminders on each day that I can see easily. 
I picked a calendar and printed it on heavy paper.  Then, I went through my iPhone and last years’ calendar to write out a whole year of birthdays, important dates, and holidays.  Because I like to see things in advance, I went ahead and taped up January through June to our kitchen wall with washi tape. 

I chose #10, but you can click on the links below to find where to print these calendars for yourself.  Do you have your 2014 calendar yet? 

1 // Miss Tiina (free)
2 //  Red Stamp (free)
3 // Skip to My Lou (oops- it’s 2013!) 
4 // Design Eat Repeat (free)
5 //  Red Stamp (free)
7 // Blooming Homestead (free)
8 // Miss Tiina (free)
10 // The Elli Blog (free)
11 // Metropink ($5- instant download/Etsy)
12 // Red Stamp (free)
13 // I Heart Naptime (free)
14 // Arigigi Art (free)
15 // Kitschy Digitals ($5 download)
While my friend Amanda is on maternity leave, I shared one of my favorite organizing tools for the small things in your house.  Check it out here.
You can find answers to the most asked organizing questions on I Heart Organizing here
Holly wrote one of my favorite resolutions posts, “Resolve to be Happy” that you can read here

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Hi! I’m Megan, mom to a thoughtful teenager and spunky young girl. We call Houston home and recently moved into our dream home. I traded my lawyer hat to become a full-time blogger in 2010. I love sharing my passion for affordable fashion, home decor, organization, & fitness to help inspire you to take care of you!


  1. I printed the exact same calendar set last night and love it! Im not new to your blog, but this is my first time to comment. We both live in the Houston area, and I enjoy reading local blogs. Thank you for all of your tips and ideas!

  2. Hi, Megan! Just wanted to say thanks for sprouting a great idea in my little ole brain. I have just recently redecorated my home office and needed artwork to hang above my desk…. and then came you and your calendars taped to the wall. Brilliant and cute and functional! I know what today's project is! Thanks bunches!

  3. Cute calendars! If I didn't already have one, I'd definitely print this one! 🙂 I ordered my calendar again this year from Snapfish. Right after Thanksgiving they have a buy 1 get 2 free deal – I made a calendar for both sets of parents and my hubby and me. Great Christmas gift for the parents that they rave about throughout the year, and I love seeing favorite photos from the year of my son and family!

  4. I love all of these great calendar options! I used to make a desktop reference calendar as a gift for everyone at my office each year, and I realized that it would be really useful to have one by the phone in my kitchen! I had a small, pretty silver photo easel that wasn't being used, so I ended up designing a calendar to fit that, and I added a list of the major holidays and a page for writing in birthdays. I am always inspired by travel, so the calendar I made features the skylines of some of my favorite cities around the world!

    I also made my calendar available as a free printable on my blog if you are interested: http://www.blueistyle.blogspot.com/2014/01/2014PrintableDesktopCalendar.html.

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