Sarah’s Scribbles 16-Month 2021-2022 Weekly/Monthly Planner Calendar

Get It Together!

This colorful organizer will help you get it together as you squash anxiety about adulthood and stay on track with grown-up matters like meetings, deadlines, and relationships!

From Sarah Andersen, one of today’s most popular online comic artists, this engagement calendar features plenty of room to note events on its monthly pages, and its two-page weekly planning spreads include scheduling columns for Appointments/Misc, Stuff to Do, and My Social Life. Plus, funny cartoons and quirky spot art will keep you smiling as you organize your life.

Features Include:

  • 16-months with academic-year start
  • September 2021–December 2022
  • Monthly planning pages at the front
  • Two-page weekly spreads with plenty of room to write, plus a fun comic
  • Columns for Appointments/Misc, Stuff to Do, and My Social Life
  • 7-inch x 9-inch (14-inch x 7-inch when open) size fits book bags, totes, and backpacks
  • Spiral binding
  • Storage pocket at back
  • Extra pages at back for notes, goals, and more
  • 2023 at-a-glance calendar and planning pages
  • Official major world holidays
  • Moon phases
  • Printed on FSC-certified paper with soy-based ink

About the Author

Sarah Andersen is a cartoonist and illustrator from New England. She is the author of the award-winning series, Sarah’s Scribbles, which has earned her three consecutive Goodreads Choice Awards. Her semi-autobiographical comics chronicle the continual struggles of waking up in the morning, being productive, dealing with social awkwardness, technology, and her beloved pets. Together with author Andy Weir, she also illustrated the graphic novel Cheshire Crossing, a mashup of Wizard of Oz, Peter Pan, and Alice in Wonderland. Her gothic romance, Fangs, began running online in 2020 as a serial comic strip on Tapas and was published September 2020 in hardcover form. She graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2014 and currently lives in Montreal, Canada.

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