March 2022 calendars

I used to do monthly calendars, but I discontinued the practice beginning of 2016. The last monthly calendar I posted was for December 2015. Those calendars involved a fair amount of effort and the use of multiple tools. For example, the March 2014 calendar involved processing the Mammoth Hot Springs photos, setting up the Excel spreadsheets for the dates, notes, and holidays, and then merging the lot using Photoshop. The end result (example below) included a link to a legal-sized version for them who might have wanted to print it (very few did and none of you have to for the current calendars, either).

March 2014 Calendar
March 2014 Calendar

Really, I don’t expect anyone — in this digital assistant age — to actually use a paper calendar (although many still do; they get them for free at banks and other places) . . .

In December, I offered up both yearly (trifold) and monthly 2022 calendars. (LINK)

Not many people downloaded them, and that’s fine.

But, I’d mentioned that, if I felt like it, I’d add different versions, and I did, and I did. I’m offering these early in the rare chance someone needs time to print one out before the 1st.

For them without a color printer, here are some monochrome offerings . . .

The printable files for the monthly calendars are HERE. The March calendar names begin with (duh!) the number 003 and the name contains the description (tulips, Clipper, etc.) and you can see a thumbnail to the right of the list.

You should be able to download the files and, if you have a color printer — and you so desire — you should be able to print them on 8.5×11 letter-size paper. As mentioned, if you don’t have a color printer, you can print the monochrome versions. I could have made an A4 version, but unless requested, these will all be Letter-sized.

No, I won’t be offended if no one downloads them. Part of doing this is to keep in practice with some Photoshop features, so, again, it’s for my benefit.

As a reminder, I published a flash fiction piece HERE and (surprise!) I like how it turned out. If you like short fiction, give it a read . . . or not.

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