I carry a Cycles of the Year pocket card every day, and I reference mine all the time. Well, people love these so much, they asked me if I’d make it available for their customers for 2019. And here they are! -Suzie
The cycles and rhythms of nature are all around us. This innovative design takes its primary visual focus from the natural cycle of the moon, rather than the usual man-made conventions such as calendar months. Read this calendar from the center outwards, in an expanding spiral.
- Full Moon – Dates are listed at the top of each spiral
- New Moon – Dates are listed at the bottom of each spiral
- The Sun – The Spring Equinox, Summer Solstice, Autumn Equinox, and Winter Solstice are highlighted, which mark the changing seasons.
- Beautiful and Unique one-page quick reference calendar for 2019, showing lunar cycles, solstices, and equinoxes.
- Pocket-sized to easily fit a purse, planner, wallet, desktop. 3.5″x4″ when open.
- Add your promotional info! I’ve added a convenient place on the back to add a sticker with your store info.
- A great giveaway to your customers during the holidays & New Year, for women’s groups, retreats, workshops, events, and more.
To order these, you MUST get your order in before the cut-off date, October 31, 2018. (There will be only one printing for 2019, and we need the final count before printing. You’ll receive them during November, for your holiday & New Year gift-giving.)
Size when folded: 3.5″ x 2″. Size when open: 3.5″ x 4″. Dates are based on our local time zone in Sedona, Arizona.
- CY1 400pc *Best Value
- CY2 200pc
- CY3 100pc
- CY4 1pc, or after the pre-order cut-off date.
What customers are saying:
“I love these cycle of the moon cards! I’m giving them with a purchase and people love them too. Could I order some more please? I’m going through them like water. People are LOVING them!” -S.M.
“In the middle of a collaboration meeting, there was a question of when the full moon would be in September and October, so I pulled out my super-handy Cycles of the Year card and saved the day!” -M.B.
Keywords: calendar, pocket reference, lunar cycle, moon cycle, solar cycle, wheel of the year, solar festival dates, equinox, solstice, new moon, full moon