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Used this calendar for several years. Loved the month in review page then the daily appointment pages. However, they no longer do the 16 month planner. As a pastor, I plan 6 months out, sometimes longer.
Monday as the first day of the week messes with your mind. Almost EVERY other calendar (I'm giving the benefit of the doubt, I've never actually seen another however) begins with Sunday and when comparing calendars with someone else it makes things very confusing.
Finally, as a pastor I need a full space for Sunday.
DaySpring, you used to do all of this, why did you change?!
I give this a very limited good rating. I am so disappointed that the publishers don't listen to us and make Sunday a full day of space and the first day in the week! Please??
I agree, a calendar should NOT
begin with Monday...
Honor God first.
Please use the common format for this calendar. A calendar SHOULD NOT begin with Monday as the 1st day of the week to the far left. This began with the 2013 calendar! It is very confusing. In fact, the month of September in the 2013, calendar was printed wrong, I think because of the confusing format. Dayspring had to reduce the price of the calendar to 1/2 price due to the misprint. But it was too late for me because I had already bought it at full price and had written in it. This whole year of using this calendar in this format has been very frustrating! I was anxiously waiting for the 2014 refill, thinking that last year was a big mistake, BUT, to my surprise, you have used a format LIKE NO OTHER that is so confusing!! I have loved and purchased these calendars and the refills for years - PLEASE GO BACK TO THE ORIGINAL FORMAT with a calendar that begins with Sunday!
Love the quality of it
and having the ability to just replace the planner inside is fantastic at a reasonable price the next year is great...
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