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April 16, 2012

Carpe Diem Calendar


"Each day is a pre-cut square that you can remove. This will make you feel that the day is ending and think about the way you have made use of it."


"Its one-page format lets you plan your year very easily as each stamp has a white space for a note, meeting, exam, etc."


Where was this puppy during my internship, when at the end of every day, upon returning to room 411 in the old Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center Intern-Resident Dorm, I'd carefully draw a red "X" through the day on my hand-made yearly calendar grid beginning June 24?


Not to worry about the fact that a third of the year is nearly over: think of the exquisite pleasure of peeling off all those squares to get to the present day.


Measures 39"  x 19.5".



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