Download the 2014 Month of Letters planning calendar

LetterMoPlanningCalendar2014If you are looking for a way to organize your Month of Letters Challenge, we have a calendar for you.

Simply print it out, and then fill in at least one name per day  to help plan ahead for your letter writing. (By the way, it’s not breaking the rules to send more than one thing a day.)

Download the Month of Letters 2014 Planning Calendar  as a pdf.

11 Replies to “Download the 2014 Month of Letters planning calendar”

  1. I did this, completely, in 2012. Loved every minute of it. Last year I decided to try to write blog posts every day instead. I didn’t quite make it. This year, though, I’ve written a blog post every day all year so far, and I want to keep up that momentum. I’m also, on a daily basis, calling out to specific friends on Facebook, one at a time. So I’ll treat that like my letter this year, and keep up with my blog posts.

    I adore this idea though, Mary, and I’m so glad you’re keeping it up. I treasure my letter(s?) from you.

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