As a result of the rotation of months and days in a calendar year, you can use calendars from past years. Spice up your wall with a little vintage fun.
Paul, over at the financial blog WiseBread, was skimming over a magazine when he noticed a tiny little box with an interesting tip in it. There are only 14 combination—including leap years—of months and days on the Gregorian calendar. Calculating the matching years would be an arduous task, fortunately the web site Time & Date lets you check which years are identical to the one your plug in. If you're looking to grab a vintage calendar for 2009, the chart to the right shows a few of the compatible years. If you're extra motivated you can even create little charts for several years into the future to keep in your wallet and always be prepared to snatch up any cool vintage calendars you come across. Some places to keep your eye out for calendars: garage sales, flea markets, eBay, Craiglist, and of course the garages and attics of your pack-rat friends and relatives. Photo by Zawezome.