And yes, the wheel has turned yet again and 2017 is soon upon us. That means a new set of printable calendar pages with Pagan holidays and full moon dates.
I have the usual north and south hemisphere versions, but haven’t had time to put together the ones with extra secular holidays included. I may have them available soon, no guarantees. Life is currently limiting my printable-making time.
As the year comes to a close, it’s time to get ready for 2016. That means time for my annual batch of printable calendar pages (see a sample). I’ve kind of gotten my act together this year and have all the variations ready at the same time.
There are sets with just the usual Sabbats and full moons (both north and south hemisphere) and another set with more national holidays included (again, north and south options). Hopefully, that will suit everyone. Just click on the one you want:
I said I’d do it, and I did it! I’ve made up a second set of 2015 printable calendar pages with additional holidays. So this set has all the full moon dates, Sabbats as well as the major observances and national holidays (mainly USA and Canada).
And I did the same thing for the Southern hemisphere set too, but with more Australian holidays. Sorry if I’ve excluded some nation’s days. There is only so much space….
You can find the original ones here.
My annual set of printable Pagan calendar sheets are up and ready for 2015. As usual, there are 12 pages and each month shows the full moon dates and relevant Sabbats. Lots of space in the squares for writing in notes and appointments (see a sample).
And by popular demand, I’ve added a second set for the southern hemisphere that has the seasonal references and Sabbats reversed.
I plan on doing another set of these in a few days, to include other date information like major national holidays. I know I’ve said that before, but I mean it this time (they’re done!). So if you want one that has things like Mother’s Day and Labor Day, click here.
Another little set of organizing pages, with 4 variations on a weekly to-do list. I made these for myself and thought I’d share (see a sample).
There are 2 with a faint pentacle and 2 with a triquetra. Each one then has an entry at the bottom with the correspondences for that day, and one without. That makes a total of 4 combinations. Just take the one you like and print out a few.
They are not dated, so you can use them to keep track of your weekly plans whenever you need to. I’m using mine to map out my homeschooling tasks each week.