How to Stay Inspired and Organized in 2015

The theme of the 2015 calendar is Inspiration! Stay inspired and organized in 2015 with an inspirational wall calendar that will remind you of your best intentions. {Reserve yours now}


There isn’t a better way to keep track of your schedule than with a personalized calendar. Although we are in an electronic age, the visual of seeing the full month is always useful and the inspirational art will keep you motivated all day. Hang the inspirational art calendar in your office and you have instant artwork and decoration.

I prefer to write it down… literally

I have a confession to make. I stopped using my smart phone to manage my appointments. I know this is old fashioned but I much rather write things down and get a visual of how my week looks. I still will occasionally schedule reminders using my phone, but in my house the written calendar rules the roost. Besides, you can’t doodle on your smart phone…

How I use a calendar to manage my family plans

Whenever my kids tell me they have a field trip or my husband tells me that he will be working late one night I make them write it down on the family calendar that hangs in our kitchen. We are not one of those families with a shared family calendar app. My husband and son use samsungs and my daughter and I are iphone lovers…and don’t tell me about an app that works on all four. I am not interested. I spend enough time in front of a screen during the day and so do they.


Whether it’s for family, friends or a teacher, 
give an art calendar to remind them of you all year long.  
This calendar comes in 100-lb. premium card stock, 
with a glossy coating. SHOP NOW

A Calendar is Art for the Wall

Calendars make great gifts.. I always set aside some of the calendars I make each year to give as gifts to my kids’ teachers and they love hanging them in their offices. Calendars make a lovely gift for anyone that will inspire all year long.
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Get yours before they are all gone

The wall calendar is one of my most popular items. They have sold out every year for the last few years, so the early bird gets the calendar. Order as soon as you can (quantity is limited) and once they are gone I will not reorder more. Every year I get requests at the end of January and even in February for folks looking for my art calendars.


This year’s calendar is full of inspiration

The inspirational art calendar features 12 full color art prints. Many collectors prefer to frame the prints as individual pieces, which means they are getting twelve prints for the price of one. Although you can purchase some of the art featured in the calendar from my website, many of the prints with the quotes on them are exclusive to the calendar and can not be bought anywhere else!

more details

2015 Wall Calendar comes with its own acetate sleeve. Monthly Calendar size is approximately 11″x8.5″ closed and 11x 17″ open. Furniture in room view by Pottery Barn  

4 thoughts on “How to Stay Inspired and Organized in 2015”

  1. Hello Miriam. A quick question if i may about clear gesso. I purchased an Australian brand (Derivan matisse ) recently to try but found it really gritty. Although it did give me gritty texture to my watercolour I'm a bit worried about using any felt tip or ball points on the surface as i can see it chewing up the tips fairly quickly. Is the liquitex brand marker friendly? Below is a really quick 20 minute experiment in my art journal using the matisse brand ( and a palette of cheap, chalky kids watercolours that I have become fond of ). I love the odd uneven texture but it's not what I was aiming for.

  2. Your calendars a beautiful Miriam, and a very affordable way to get some of your art into someone's home. I have always been a fan if a fine art calendar, it started with one I bought from the Uffizzi in Florence when I was 18!


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I’m Miriam Schulman, your curator of inspiration.

I inspire art-lovers to reconnect with their creativity and profit from their art. Whether you paint simply for the joy of it or you’re serious about selling your work, and you’re ready to stop putting yourself on the back burner...You're in the right place. I've done it and I can inspire YOU how to do it too.

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