Unlike Matt Damon, you don’t plan to buy a zoo. But you can still spend every day with your favorite woodland creatures and barnyard buddies, each detailed with two months of the year.
Available at fredflare.com, $15.
Pull double duty with whimsical letterpress illustrations that can be used as postcards.
Available at lindaandharriett.com, $30.
For the workaholic with a social calendar to match, big pages offer plenty of room on which to scribble important engagements.
Available at russellandhazel.com, $26.
Hello, sunshine and summertime fun, courtesy of a bright yellow appointment book. Oh, happy day, month, and year.
Available at sarahpinto.com, $20.
Keep the ’80s dream alive while keeping up to date, with the Digits calendar’s movable pieces. Batteries not included.
Available at ponoko.com, $40.
No need to spend seven years in Tibet. Just one will do, in the form of Pam Lostracco’s Mountain Calendar, inspired by her travels through Thailand and Laos.
Available at etsy.com, $30.
Get crafty without ever picking up a needle and thread. A crafty cross-stitch design mingles with sophisticated letterpress scheduling.
Available at etsy.com, $31.
You like your datebooks like your accessories: flashtastic. Gold and silver make us want to rock out with our time blocks out.
Available at graphicimage.com, $90.
We’re pretty sure our mom had pants in every pattern emblazoned on this calendar. Which is why we love it.
Available at etsy.com, $15.
Give a shout-out to monogamy with a calendar decorated with hand-drawn animals that have eyes only for one partner. Bonus: Each sheet is printed on 100 percent recycled newsprint.
Available at screechowldesign.com, $24.
Measuring 35 inches tall and 23 inches wide, a rainbow ribbon of a poster-size wall calendar takes you from green-blue January to blazing-orange June and back again.
Available at etsy.com, $35.
This letterpress calendar — in navy, brown, pink, teal, and gold — was inspired by the designer’s own dining room rug. Warm adobe abode not included.
Available at etsy.com, $25.
Have the daintiest of years with sweet letterpress illustrations — tandem bicycle, scribbled flowers, a single heart — on 100 percent cotton paper. A thread allows for nonchalant hanging.
Available at shop.satsumapress.com, $32.
Vibrant flora, fauna, and geometry take turns month by month. Perfectly incorporated wire binding allows for carefree flipping and hanging.
Available at susyjack.com, $30.
Just the basics, ma’am. Oh, and need-to-know dates like the release of Johnny Cash’s At Folsom Prison, and Chuck Yeager’s speed-of-sound flight.
Available at fieldnotesbrand.com, $12.
If Picasso and Kelly Kapowski collaborated on a calendar, the result would be MoMA’s brightly colored interchangeable cubes.
Available at momastore.org, $15.
Although winging it has never been your thing, let nine delightful feathered friends soar through the months with you.
Available at etsy.com, $13.
Kiwis, pomegranates, pears: We love them in our cocktails almost as much as in these kitchen-perfect illustrations.
Available at riflepaperco.com, $16.
They’re only scary if they’re under your bed. Invite the monsters to chill on your desk instead.
Available at 55his.com, $25.
You had us at modern slab serif. Twelve type styles represent.
Available at shop.twotrickpony.com, $24.
Summer in St. Barts, winter in St. Moritz. Cover all your seasonal romps with Jonathan Adler’s agenda, complete with a pocket for business cards and a “Reasons for a Party” section.
Available at lifeguardpress.com, $20.
Channel your inner Esther Williams every day. Floral bathing cap not included.
Available at maemaepaperie.com, $39.
Color us happy. Punch out gray dates to reveal color-coded, date-keeping bliss.
Available at calendars.com, $40.
We like fluffy kittens and firefighters as much as the next person, but we also like a midcentury-inspired calendar that keeps things stunningly simple.
Available at unicahome.com, $32.
Surrealism with more than a hint of whimsy makes 2012 the most fun year ever.
Available at katespade.com, $38.