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Old 08-27-2006, 05:16 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Is the Flylady wall calendar religious?

In other words in the spring are there Easter illustrations, or Christmas stuff in December?

Can these be covered up easily or is the calendar suitable for any faith or none?

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I found a picture and I may have answered my own question.
http://www.flylady.net/pages/FlyShop_calendar.asp

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I have the 2006 FlyLady calendar. It has the wording for Holidays on the specific day squares. However, there are no illustrations anywhere. The Holiday wording is on the bottom of the square and looks to me to be easily coverable with a sticker or paper & tape. (There are moon phase illustrations, though.)

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Thanks Tellera. I wanted one for a gift that doesn't have illustrations. The words don't bother me.

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You're welcome!

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Hi--I know you got your answer but I just wanted to chime in and say that we got this calendar and DH and I really both like it. I would feel that it would be appropriate for any religion, or no religion. It does have various holidays written on it but nothing more. (And even if you don't celebrate xmas or Easter or Labor Day, it's good to know when everyone else is going to be and things are going to be closed, etc.!) Unlike many (well, most) monthly calendars that you'd hang in your home, the spaces are really, really big so you can write several things on each day square. And there are mini calendars for the previous and next months on that same page, so you can glance at them. We used to each have our own planner but now we have this thing hanging in the kitchen and we both put things on it and it helps keep us on the same page. One thing I like too is that there is a sleeve in the back of the calendar, and so I stick certain things back there--like for instance, if I get a wedding invite I'll write the date on the calendar and then stick the invite in the pocket, so when the time comes up I'll have all the info there.

I really love Flylady too! Of all the things that I have found in my life that have helped me, I would rank Flylady right up there at the top! Most of my life I have been stifled by an intense perfectionsim, and Flylady has really helped me let go of that and it's been very freeing!
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