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Wonder Gal 2010 Calendar

29 December 2009 11 Comments

This is the year. For real this time! This is the year that I will for sure be doing the things which I’ve been meaning to do for a long time, but just can’t seem to get myself to do them. LOL 2010 is pretty much here and in order to set those goals and resolutions I’ll need a calendar. So, I will obviously share the one I made using a digital paper pack from LetteringDelights.com called “Cherry on Top.” Included is a quote from Julie B Beck from the January 2010 Visiting Teaching Message as well as the scripture reference found in D&C 109:8, has a cute & modest “wonder woman/super girl” clip art to help remind me that I CAN do anything and lastly the Visiting Teaching 5, 10, 15, 20 rule to remind me to KIT (keep in touch) with the sisters I Visit Teach in order to actually get my VT done each month. Print it, laminate it and put a magnet on it so your sisters can put it on their fridge, magnetic wall, door or wherever. Seems like everyone needs calendars.

BTW If the sisters you Visit Teach don’t visit teach (I only know some don’t because the sisters I VT don’t go to church yet but are ok having Visiting Teachers assigned to them.), I’ve included one without the VT schedule so you don’t have to feel awkward giving that one to them. But it’s up to you. It’s definitely a helpful tool to those who do Visit Teach.

Happy New Year!

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Download VT Printable Sheet:
Download this week’s Wonder Gal 2010 Calendar with or without the VT schedule PDF documents for Visiting Teachers by clicking either the links or either images below. Click here to download the calendar in Portuguese!

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Portuguese! Click here or the image below to download the calendar in Portuguese. Thank you to Raquel from Piracicaba, Sao Paulo, Brazil, who provided the translation for us. (See her translation in the comments below, this is how I need to have things translated in case you ever want to do it in the future.). Clique aqui ou na imagem abaixo para baixar o calendário em Português. Obrigada a Raquel de Piracicaba, Sao Paulo, Brazil que forneceu a tradução para nós. (ver sua tradução nos comentários abaixo, é assim que eu preciso ter as coisas traduzidas no caso de você querer fazer isso no futuro.)

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Instructions: (1-up 8.5×11 inches)

  1. Print in Color on thick white cardstock.
  2. Laminate & add magnet to the back.

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11 Comments »

  • Cindy Gellhaus said:

    Love this, but i don’t know what the 5, 10, 15, 20 thing is?

  • Sherri tx said:

    I love this idea and I am going to print it on Magnetic Sheet through my printer so the whole thing will be a magnet! I love your ideas! You have been blessed with a great talent! Thanks for sharing with us!

  • Megan Kotter said:

    where did you get your wonder gal clipart. she is super cute and would love to use her for a vt reminder on the back of our lesson schedule.
    megan

  • Chris said:

    This is just precious! I love the text border and the Super VT gal! She’s adorable. I so appreciate your helpful ideas and will be printing this up for my gals. TFS!

    Cindy – if you go to the top calendar example, just to the right of center, you’ll see the suggested dates 5, 10, 15, 20 and what you might want to schedule on that day. HTH!

    Love the calendar!

    XO
    Chris

  • admin (author) said:

    Cindy,
    You’re so cute, I explained the 5, 10, 15, 20 system in the PDF file. But I can explain it here too.
    Make contact with your sister by the 5th.
    Make an appointment to visit your sister by the 10th.
    Make your visit by the 15th.
    Call your supervisor by the 20th of each month.
    It’s hard to do, but when you do it this way, it doesn’t feel like you’re waiting til the last minute and it doesn’t make you feel like you’ve slacked off as a Visiting Teacher and helps you to always be in contact with your sisters. I put it on there mainly for me, LOL cause I really need to learn the schedule and live by it, so I am sure you probably don’t need the reminder. If you visit on the 1st then, that’s better than the system anyways. :)
    Thanks for your commitment to Visiting Teaching!
    ♥ Linda

  • admin (author) said:

    Sherri,
    Wow, thanks for the sweet comment. You made my day! That’s pretty handy that you have those magnetic sheets, I wish I had some of those. I still need to go to Kinkos to print mine and then laminate it. LOL I have a laminator here at home but not color toner for my printer. LOL it’s all backwards. No worries, I’ll get it done this week! Thanks for motivating me. I really needed that and couldn’t have done it without you and the other sisters who comment.
    ♥ Linda

  • admin (author) said:

    Hi Chris!
    Thanks for the comment! and for helping Cindy with the 5,10,15,20 rule. I really need to follow it. It’s going to be the 15th and I’ve only made contacts but not appointments. :( Anyway. Glad you like the calendar.
    ♥ Linda

  • Raquel said:

    Linda,

    Remember me? Raquel from Brazil… I was pregnant and i were out for a long time, but now, i was called as relief society president for my ward… wonderful!!!! and i have a wish… i translated the calendar 2010… can you send me a portuguese calendar? By the way i send for you all the translate!!!

    see you!!!

    tkx!!

    Raquel
    Piracicaba, Sao Paulo, Brazil

    Translate:

    BORDER – “Como nos tornamos autossuficientes? Tornamo-nos autossuficientes por meio da obtenção de conhecimento, estudo e alfabetização; pela administração sábia do dinheiro e dos recursos; sendo fortes espiritualmente; preparando-nos para emergências e eventualidades; tendo saúde física e bem-estar social e emocional.” Julie B. Beck, presidente geral da Sociedade de Socorro – “Tornar-se Autossuficiente”, A Liahona, Jan/2010.

    D&C 109:8 – “Organizai-vos; preparai todas as coisas necessárias e estabelecei uma casa, sim, uma casa de oração, uma casa de jejum, uma casa de fé, uma casa de aprendizado, uma casa de glória, uma casa de ordem, uma casa de Deus;”

    VT Schedule – Rotina de Professora Visitante
    Make contact by the 5th – Faça contato até dia 5
    Make appointments by the 10th – Marque o horário da visita até dia 10
    Visit by the 15th – Faça a visita até dia 15
    Report to your supervisor by the 20th – Passe o relatório das visitas até dia 20

    Months:
    Janeiro
    Fevereiro
    Março
    Abril
    Maio
    Junho
    Julho
    Agosto
    Setembro
    Outubro
    Novembro
    Dezembro

    Week Days:
    Domingo – Sunday
    Segunda – Monday
    Terça – Tuesday
    Quarta – Wednesday
    Quinta – Thursday
    Sexta – Friday
    Sabado – Saturday

  • teresita said:

    can you do this again but with 2011 year? Thank you so much. I really like the way it is. I am new to the this site I will love to use this calendar for next year. 2011.

    Thank you

    Teresita

  • Hernandez said:

    Hello!

    Thanks for this great calendar

    Can we have one for 2011????

    Much appreciated

    Merry Christmas & Happy 2011!

  • Aubri said:

    Hi! Yes, I’m echoing the prior two comments… could you do this for 2011? It would ROCK!

    Thanks!

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