10 Best Desk Calendar Bases

List Updated June 2020

Bestselling Desk Calendar Bases in 2020


AT-A-GLANCE E21-Style Desk Calendar Base, Black, 9.38 x 10.13 x 1.93 Inches (E21-00)

AT-A-GLANCE E21-Style Desk Calendar Base, Black, 9.38 x 10.13 x 1.93 Inches (E21-00)
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Classic yet contemporary black base holds calendar refills with a 4.5 x 8 inch page size
  • Holds standard loose leaf calendar pages E712, H212 and E210, sold separately
  • Black base is made of high-impact molded plastic
  • Two-ring binding; recyclable
  • 9.38 x 10.13 x 1.93 inches

AT-A-GLANCE - Recycled Compact Desk Calendar Refill, 3" x 3 3/4", 2017 E919-50 (DMi Ea

AT-A-GLANCE - Recycled Compact Desk Calendar Refill, 3
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Daily planning in a compact size.
  • One day per two-page spread, unruled for open scheduling; Saturday/Sunday combined.
  • Past, current and future months reference.
  • Monthly tabs for easy referencing of dates.
  • Both left and right pages are unruled for writing and planning versatility.

AT-A-GLANCE E919-50 Recycled Compact Desk Calendar Refill, 3" x 3 3/4", 2015

AT-A-GLANCE E919-50 Recycled Compact Desk Calendar Refill, 3
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Stay on top of each day's events and appointments; 3 x 3.75 inch page size fits AT-A-GLANCE 19-Style Calendar Base (base not included)
  • 12 months, January-December; includes monthly tabs for easy referencing; Julian dates
  • One day per two-page spread; Saturday and Sunday combined; unruled with open scheduling
  • Past, current and future months reference
  • Printed on quality paper containing 30% post-consumer waste

AT-A-GLANCE Daily Desk Calendar Refill, January 2018 - December 2018, 3-1/2" x 6", Bilingual (E717F50)

AT-A-GLANCE Daily Desk Calendar Refill, January 2018 - December 2018, 3-1/2
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Bilingual desk calendar refill features English and French. Includes 12 months of daily pages from January - December. One day per two page spread for each weekday.
  • Half hour appointments from 7: 00 a.m. - 5: 00 p.m. Keep your schedule organized. Single page per day format for weekends.
  • Current and one future month calendar reference shown on each spread. Desk calendar refill is compatible with base E17. 3-1/2" x 6" page size.

House of Doolittle 2018 Desk Calendar Refill, Daily, Earthscapes, Fits #17 Base, 3.5 x 6 Inches, January - December (HOD417-18)

House of Doolittle 2018 Desk Calendar Refill, Daily, Earthscapes, Fits #17 Base, 3.5 x 6 Inches, January - December (HOD417-18)
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • January 2018 - December 2018, featuring 12 months for easy planning
  • A two-page spread is allocated for each day, with an image on one page and a calendar page on the other
  • On each day, you can view past, current and future full month reference
  • Two-hole punched to fit standard #17 desk calendar bases
  • Printed with High quality soy-based inks on 100% post-consumer recycled paper which is FSC certified and made in the USA

AT-A-GLANCE Calendar Base, Success (AAGR1700)

AT-A-GLANCE Calendar Base, Success (AAGR1700)
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Holds standard, 17-style calendar refills (3-1/2" x 6")
  • Rubber feet on bottom to protect desk surface
  • Features a pen tray

AT-A-GLANCE Desk Calendar Refill 2018(S17050-18)

AT-A-GLANCE Desk Calendar Refill 2018(S17050-18)
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Covers 12 months from January-December providing scope for a full Year of planning. Julian dates.
  • Future date determination in dates, weeks and months on the left hand page with notes space on the right hand page. Two pages per weekday with Saturday and Sunday combined.
  • Past, current and future months reference. Fits standard 17 style bases with 2 rings. 3-1/2" x 6" page size. 3-1/2" x 5-15/16" x 1-3/16" overall size. Made in USA.

AAGSW700X00 - At-a-Glance Flip-A-Week Desk Calendar and Base

AAGSW700X00 - At-a-Glance Flip-A-Week Desk Calendar and Base
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Size - 5 5/8 x 7
  • Page_Color/theme - White
  • Edition_Year - 2015
  • Calendar_Term - 12-Month Jan.-Dec.

House of Doolittle 2018 Desk Calendar Refill, Daily, Economy, Fits #17 Base, 3.5 x 6 Inches, January - December (HOD4717-18)

House of Doolittle 2018 Desk Calendar Refill, Daily, Economy, Fits #17 Base, 3.5 x 6 Inches, January - December (HOD4717-18)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • January 2018 - December 2018, featuring 12 months for easy planning
  • A two-page spread is allocated for each work day, one page each for weekends
  • Left page is ruled with half-hourly appointments 7am-5pm; right page features space for notes with 4 month reference calendar
  • Two-hole punched to fit standard #17 desk calendar bases
  • Printed with High quality soy-based inks on 100% post-consumer recycled paper which is FSC certified and made in the USA

AT-A-GLANCE Flip-A-Week Desk Calendar and Base, 5 x 8 Inches, Black, 2013 (SW700X-00)

AT-A-GLANCE Flip-A-Week Desk Calendar and Base, 5 x 8 Inches, Black, 2013 (SW700X-00)
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Page size: 5 5/8" x 7". 12 months (January-December).
  • One week per page; ruled
  • Two past, current, and two future months reference
  • Federal holidays in red; printed in blue and red inks. High-impact molded black plastic base; recyclable.

The Apocalypse Predicted by Nostradamus- is 12/21/2020 Armageddon Doomsday?

WWIII fears cite dooms day astrology eclipse predictions, the Aztec calendar, Mayan Major Tzolkin stops 12/21/2020, Nostradamus predicts the coming of Mabus, the Anti-christ.

Those that might have heard of the Mayan calendar predict spectacular light shows of epic and galactical proportions, (perhaps in anticipation of Christmas) on 12/21/2020. Or I like to think it might be for the party I'm planning for my husband, who will be celebrating his 49th birthday on that day.

If you are a survivalist like me, you might decide to leave those Santa ornaments and nativity scenes boxed in 2020. For those who have been previously offended by people like me who refer to Christmas as Xmas, 2020 might be the week that it will finally be okay to use an X; in fact it seems proper for that year. It should be okay to finally celebrate Xmas gifts, Xmas stockings, Xmas trees when talking about the big doomsday apocalypse. Maybe by the Xbox will have a virtual world for us to watch this event together.

Is it scary stuff? Yes and No. I guess it depends upon what you think, who you talk to and what your point of reference is to why we are even on this earth in the first place. And that's where the topics of religion and politics come in, and the truth be told, if I were polite, as I was raised to be, I wouldn't mention either of them.

But, I'm not any of those things really. I can be if I have to be I suppose, but I would rather just speak my mind. I guess where I am going with this is kind of muddy waters but in my opinion, both religion and politics are designed by man to control or guide people in decisions of both moral and civil obligation.

The ten Commandments to me are no different than the Bill of Rights - they both tell me what I can and cannot do and I'm not fond of either. If you have ever heard George Carlin's spiel on them, you will know exactly where I am coming from. The one commandment I agree with is the "though shall not kill" (subject to time and circumstances), and as Carlin would say, "we kill in god's name and in times of war, so aw, what the hell."

I am a believer of Darwinism, evolution, science and data. I have a hard time believing in something I cannot see. In my life time, I recognize changes occurring in the earth, its species, the color of the light the sun emits. Whether that change is accelerated or exacerbated by human intervention, I am not sure. I am tending to believe not.

I know that I am interested in learning more, but if the truth is that the world is going to end, then maybe, I would prefer to concentrate on building my goldfish water pond sanctuary and setting aside money for voice lessons so that I can sing better in my next life, if there is one.

According to some, the death of one known as "Mabus" will herald some cataclysmic event. "Mabus" then will soon die. There will come of people and beasts a horrible rout: Then suddenly one will see vengeance, Hundred, hand, thirst, hunger when the comet will run. Mabus is sometimes referred to as the anti Christ.

What scientists can prove through geology is that time is cyclical and so is the galaxy's evolution. Not to sound cold, I am minimizing this severely but basically, it is Clap on, Clap off - Milky way out, Aquarius in.

Today due north is not due north anymore. Ask any fisherman. Every 26,500 years the clock strikes, the tide ebbs, the night turns to day. We know this but what if our understanding of Yin and Yang, heaven and earth, night and dark is different than we imagine.

It blows my mind to contemplate all that we do not know. Is it reasonable to think that the Aztec calendar predictions are accurate? They were expert astronomers, but I, certainly am not. Some people say the calendar only predicts the 26,500 evolution, and it starts over.

It seems to me that we are in a cycle, like a high speed train, that we cannot control. What if the earth does shift on its axis for a period of time for several degrees? If we think we have problems now when the power goes out, can you imagine what that would look like?

I haven't seen it yet, but I hear the movie 2020 is rather realistic. Will Santa Claus ornaments, Xmas presents, xmas stockings, xmas tinsel and our festive Xmas tree toppers really matter if these WW III predictions of dooms day are true?

Perhaps we should plan to have our family photo's uploaded to the Internet early that year so we can upload them on our I-phones to the Tzolkin Calendar application where it will connect us and give us a countdown until apocalypse time, the doomsday bewitching hour?

At this point, having lived through the real crisis of Y2K and the possibility of having my identity swiped or losing my financial records because of a computer glitch and the system not being able to reflect the next digits but somehow I have trouble comparing that to a galaxy change such as moon phases, meteor showers, Doppler shifts, and a galaxy eclipse.

The tide ebbs between high and low because of the moon's phases. I've worked in both an emergency room and a nursing home, and the experienced will tell you, you can tell when it is a full moon by just how the patients act. People get a little hyper - the negative energy is in the air.

In my mind, it is perfectly comprehensible that a meteor could strike the earth. It is equally believable to me, that a shift in the inter-galactic gravity or anti-gravity (black matter) could disrupt the earth and flip it, or rotate it somehow.

So in anticipation of an event or a non-event, I've decided to plan a party. It's going to be a combination 2020 Doomsday party and a spectacular birthday celebration for my husband as he will be 49 that day.

What do you think about all this doomsday discussion?

Anyway, I like to throw a good party, and this is a good excuse to throw a big one. We'll be focusing on going green. Hopefully by that time, will have reduced our carbon footprints and given up on smoking but we are planning on making this a Great Big BBQ bash, so lovers of the earth, please forgive us for that.

Want to come and join the discussion? I am currently looking for Xmas doomsday gift ideas for 2020. Join Facebook's 12/21/2020- Armageddon -Writer's Fantasy Party page for more discussions and stories. Writers, artists and opinionated people of all sizes, are welcome. Please bring your sense of humor and leave your attitude at the door. Share links, discussions and debate the coming of the doomsday, end of the earth as we know it, prophecies.

References:

www.history.com/doomsday2020

www.aztec.calendar.com

www.nostradums.org/mabus.php

www.mayan-calendar-code.com/tzolk-calendar.html

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