One of my readers shared with me a spread she made each week. Every week you can set your own options on what things to put on your calendar.
This is one of my favorite things about this blog. You can literally set your own daily options and see what you get. I started a spread once for a month, but ended up going back to what I always do now. I set the options for the week, set the month, and then set the year.
I don’t think I’ve ever done a spread where I used the week options, but I do like how it all blends together. For example, one week I can set the month to be December, and the year to be 2000. So I could just choose December 2000, but I’d also get the option to choose December 2000 or February 2000.
I also like the calendar spread, because it lets me set the option for the week, the month, and the year without having to choose anything. Instead, all I have to do is set the options for the day.
Some people like the calendar spread for their own reasons, but it is a great way to show people how to set up an entire calendar. You can have a calendar spread in your house, or just keep an idea in your calendar for a while.
You can also set calendars for specific dates to get a calendar spread in your house and use it to show what happened over a particular period of time. For example, I set up a calendar spread for the weekend of the 1st of January, which means that people can view their week and their weekend in a calendar spread.
I was recently sent a calendar spread that showed a list of dates, and then a list of dates, and then a list of dates. It was amazing. I wanted to see what would happen, and the spread showed that on the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th of January, everyone was in a mood.
The calendar spread allows you to show the history of a given period of time. The week, for example, is a good way to show the history of a particular week of the year, but if you want to show all of the events of a certain period of time, you can set up the list of dates in the spread and then use the date filter option to show only the events of a certain date range.
In this month, the spread also showed that we had a great week in our lives. On the 15th, we had a great trip to New York City, and on the 22nd, we had a great trip to Florida. That was the best of the month, with two days to spare.
I think I have a tendency to make calendars that are too full of dates, but the spread also showed me that on the 10th, my daughter and I had a great time together. That was a perfect week in our lives, because we went on a short trip to Ireland, and on the 18th, we had a great vacation home in the Bay Area.