Clipboard Calendar 2017 *Free Download*

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The countdown is on: only 7 days till 2017!! Another year of new travels, new experiences new encounters and new challenges is right ahead of us. Did you make plans already? Or do you prefer a fresh start into a year full of surprises?

Either way, as time flies it’s quiet handy to keep track of the months, weeks and days. Therefor I have a little pre-Christmas gift for you: a free PDF clipboard calendar for 2017! It looks pretty nice on your desk, but also on a shelf in the kitchen or the living room. So click on the download link and start 2017 organized af…

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I love the simplicity and rough beauty of those clipboard calendars so I wanted to do one for myself. I put some time and love in it and now that it’s finished I thought I could also share it with all of you. Because Christmas. And shareconomy. And love.

Each month comes with a different inspiring quote – a subtle reminder (or kick in the arse) to go traveling more and enhance the process of self-discovery. Twenty Seventeen is the time to do it. To see the world and seek adventures. Because why not?

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It’s easy as 1-2-3: Just click on the link below and DOWNLOAD PDF – PRINT – CLIP IT – ENJOY 2017!

FREE DOWNLOAD OF PDF CLIPBOARD CALENDAR 2017

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