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On This Day Calendar

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Despite opinions to the contrary, and even though we can’t manage it ourselves, being organised is good. Repeat after us: being organised is good.

Good. And what’s even better than being organised? Learning while being organised of course. The classic double whammy.

That’s why the On This Day Calendar makes absolute sense. Not only do you keep abreast of all those important dental appointments and remember Uncle Ernie’s irregular visits, but you get to discover that on 27 January 1880, Thomas Edison patented the light bulb.

What’s more, each date square is heat sensitive – a nice little aesthetical and functional touch.

Consign disorganisation to history, while elevating organisation and history. We’re sold.

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