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Here, There & Everywhere


Rifle Paper Co Travel the World CalendarWhat It Is: What more appropriate gift is there on New Year’s Eve than a calendar? Luckily, Rifle Paper Co. has several beautiful options – but my heart is completely set on the Travel the World wall calendar. Each month features a brilliantly illustrated vintage-inspired travel poster, featuring some of the world’s most exotic and farflung destinations (I didn’t post photos of the frosty Iceland or under-the-sea Great Barrier Reef, to give you ideas for the contrasts within). It’s a stunning work of wall art that’ll also inspire you to see new places in 2015.

Who It’s For: Your soon-to-graduate niece, to give her some post-graduation plans and a way to stay on top of her pre-graduation work. Your travel bug-bitten sister, as a sweet birthday gift. Your works-from-home mom, as a chic way to decorate her office.

What It Costs: $26 USD.

Where It’s At: The Rifle Paper Co. website and tons of fine resellers nationwide.

As you likely know, today is the last day for my Racinne Skincare giveaway! Leave a comment on the post below telling me whether you buy a physical calendar anymore – and what you think of this pretty pick – to earn yourself an extra entry into this fabulous draw.

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30 Responses to “Here, There & Everywhere”
  1. Joan G. says:

    My daughter usually gives me one of the grandkids pictures from last year so I hardly ever buy a calendar but the idea of a world ones looks interesting.

  2. Heather Swanson says:

    I like the travel calendar, I pick up one at the grocery store

  3. shirley says:

    I love a wall calender from a different country that I would love to travel too. France is on my bucket list.

  4. intensev5 says:

    I am a teacher and I always have a calendar in my classroom

  5. Tracy says:

    I still buy a calendar, we have a crazy busy life -I home school and have two kids with special needs. We never stop! I write it all down! I love this one, not sure it would suit my current needs because I need a lot of space to write it all down LOL, but I love the look of it for sure.

  6. Cheryl A says:

    Like Tracy, I need a lot of space to write thinks down. The last few years I’ve gotten the Mom’s Calendar which is magnetic for sticking to the fridge.
    The Travel the World wall calendar I would buy simply for the art work. Very stylish!

  7. Shelley N says:

    I usually get free calendars that I use so I do not buy a calendar anymore. This calendar is very lovely but I like to have a calendar where I can write in activities -work shifts etc so this would not suit my needs

  8. Aimee says:

    I still like a paper calendar. Also my kids understand a paper one better for scheduling

  9. i do buy physical calanders, these are so cute

  10. mcmc says:

    these are lovely and I occasionally will give pretty ones as a gift

  11. Alison K says:

    Racinne Skincare bonus entry: I do like this pretty pick but unfortunately I have more necessary use for my hard earn $$ as there are always free ones floating around & some are really quite nice. Therefore I never buy a physical calendar. Happy New Year!!

  12. Susan T. says:

    I don’t buy an actual calendar anymore but this one is so beautiful! I would frame the pictures after and use them as wall art!

  13. Debra says:

    I have both free and purchased calendars – I usually keep the best of the bunch. Like others, I need space to write on the calendar so others in the family know what is going on. These ones are very nice and would certainly be on my keep list.

  14. Evren Ay says:

    I use the little calendars that come in the mail, with the frigde magnet attached to them, I find them the most useful! However, I do think regular calendars are useful too!

  15. Annie Demill says:

    I buy a beautiful calendar every year; this year is Birds of Canada! I wish I had seen this post before I bought mine because I love the Travel the World calendar.

  16. baylou says:

    I usually get a calendar as a gift.

  17. Sherry K says:

    I don’t buy one for myself, but my Mom likes a calendar every year. The pictures are wonderful, she would love this one.

  18. Lindsey says:

    These are gorgeous calendars. I usually get a free calendar from somewhere.

  19. cookie3 says:

    I usually get a couple of free ones that I use and an engagement calendar for my desk to keep track of things. I love to travel so yes I love the travel one, especially since I have a soft spot for all things Asian.

  20. Susan says:

    I don’t buy a calendar as I receive a free one from one of the charities I support. I love to travel so would enjoy using these calendars.

  21. Heather Arnould says:

    Yes, I do buy a new calendar every year and these are really lovely.

  22. janicour says:

    I always buy a calendar. Usually the artwork on them is spectacular I love the travel calendar!

  23. Kelly says:

    I still use calendars, but I usually get them as Christmas gifts. And I think those calendars are very pretty!

  24. I do use some physical calendars, but they are the milk calendar and other freebies – but that is one beautiful calendar!

  25. I use physical calendars, but they are the milk calendar and other freebies – but that is one beautiful calendar!

  26. Lisa S says:

    I get a plethora of free calendars in the mail/at the dentist/at work/when I insure my car/as gifts.. I use physical calendars all the time.. I just rarely buy them myself!

  27. Susan Patterson says:

    I usually get free calendars from Telus and ATB – and I use both of them every day. The other calendars are very nice -thanks

  28. Jenn Erin says:

    I love these! They’re so cute and pretty. I do love physical calendars like this. I don’t buy large ones with the real photographs – the ones that are sold in mall kiosks etc – anymore though

  29. dabrowne says:

    I get free ones, but usually buy on that has bold print and large day boxes to write notes in.

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