I have a Dilbert day-by-day calendar again this year.
Saturday and Sunday share a single page, each day of the work week has a page, and a comic, of ots own.
I'll quote here the comic for January 9/10. Dilbert is sitting at his desk, the pointy-haired boss is standing behind him.
Boss asks, "Do we have any actionable analytics from our Big Data in the cloud?"
Dilbert, "Yes, the data shows that my productivity plunges whenever you learn new jargon."
Boss, "Maybe in-memory computing will accelerate your applications."
Dilbert, "Plunge, plunge, plunge."
I also have a month by month wall calendar, aptly titled "Puppies," in which I'll be greeted each month by another cure dog-child. January greets me with a photo of a babe beagle, running about in grass with an orange ball in his mouth.
Finally, am the proud possessor of a desk book for appointments. For the first time in several years, I'm NOT using one from American Express. I receive one from them as usual, but gave it away. I bought this "DayMinder" from Home Depot in Chicopee. It has the same week-by-week format, and is otherwise relatively unadorned.
Just thought you should know, dear reader.