Whiteboard calendars that’ll help you get your life together
Color code and dry-erase your weekly to-do lists.
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Though apps, lists, binders, a complicated set of inbox folders, and other productivity systems are great for organizing some things in your life, there’s little that will get your time cataloged as effectively as a planner. While notebooks or paper calendars are excellent portable options, a whiteboard calendar will let you constantly update your priority list and schedule. Here are four great options ready to stick on your fridge or mount to the wall of your home or office.
This monthly calendar has plenty of space under each day for daily tasks and notes. It’s magnetic, making it easy to stick to and remove from your fridge or wall, and includes six markers with magnetic caps. This set comes with a bonus grocery list. It measures 17 inches x 13 inches and comes in either a horizontal or vertical format.
This monthly whiteboard calendar is ideal to hang in a hallway or above your desk. It measures 17 inches x 23 inches and comes in a metal and wood finish. You can tack stick-it notes, appointment reminders, photos, or business cards to its cork strip across the bottom. The board comes with magnets, a magnetic dry-erase marker, and mounting hardware for easy installation.
Here’s one with extra versatility. This magnetic calendar comes in a set of three formats: outline your monthly appointments, breakdown your weekday routines, and tack up a small daily to-do list. This set includes four fine-tip markers that write and erase cleanly.
When a regular wall calendar won’t do, get this supersized version, which measures 2 feet x 3 feet and leaves plenty of room for scribbling notes. It uses a special, durable film that makes it easy to erase and reuse the calendar, and it comes with a bonus pack of accessories, like large tacks for hanging, five dry-erase markers, and an eraser. It’s great for your classroom or home command center.