This is my NeuYear Productivity Calendar. I supported their Kickstarter campaign and have loved using mine so far. The idea is to be able to see your entire year at a glance and to plan out all the productive things you want to do in 2012.
I decided to take the opposite approach. Instead of planning out my year, I am using this calendar to track what I’ve done this year so far. Each one of those entries is a piece of original content I’ve created.
I try to create 2-3 “significant” pieces a week. Most of them are collaborative work with Sam Holmquist made for Awkward Elevator or with Joe Aimonetti made for Dirty Rotten Apples, and a lot of them were paid for by Nick Douglas at Slacktory.com or Chris Menning at ModernPrimate.com. I’m extremely grateful to these people.
And I’m extremely grateful to everyone of you who have liked and shared my creations. I’m hoping to create twice as much in the second half of 2012.

This is my NeuYear Productivity Calendar. I supported their Kickstarter campaign and have loved using mine so far. The idea is to be able to see your entire year at a glance and to plan out all the productive things you want to do in 2012.

I decided to take the opposite approach. Instead of planning out my year, I am using this calendar to track what I’ve done this year so far. Each one of those entries is a piece of original content I’ve created.

I try to create 2-3 “significant” pieces a week. Most of them are collaborative work with Sam Holmquist made for Awkward Elevator or with Joe Aimonetti made for Dirty Rotten Apples, and a lot of them were paid for by Nick Douglas at Slacktory.com or Chris Menning¬†at ModernPrimate.com. I’m extremely grateful to these people.

And I’m extremely grateful to everyone of you who have liked and shared my creations. I’m hoping to create twice as much in the second half of 2012.