Engagement Calendars With A Disney Theme
Ever since Walt created that first Mickey Mouse animated cartoon, the world has loved the imagination that comes from that company. A Disney agenda calendar, which might also be called an engagement calendar, is a fun way to plan our days while staying in touch with that inner child in all of us. What I like about using an agenda calendar over a wall calendar is the mobility of it. I can drop it into my purse or briefcase and take it with me or I can have it next to me on my desk as I work. The battery never needs to be charged and I don’t have to hook it up to electricity to read it or jot notes in it. I can keep track of my activities for the day, week, and month no matter where I am at, not having to consider if there is a wi-fi connection close by. It just works for me and it can for you, too.
Shown above: Disney Princess Diary
Minnie Mouse takes the spotlight in her own 12 month Disney Planner that is published each year. Mickey may get all the attention, but his girlfriend Minnie has been around since Disney’s 1928 “Steamboat Willie” cartoon, too. Now Minnie’s legion of fans, can get their own monthly dose of Minnie with a softcover or pocket planner.
See Minnie, Mickey, and all her friends star in the hit Playhouse Disney program and check out the neighborhood that Minnie runs in Disney’s Toontown Online.
“Arithmetic is being able to count up to twenty without taking off your shoes.” ~Mickey Mouse
For the Mickey Mouse fan, this day planner offers a nice classic style in synthetic leather. Measures close to 6 inches by 8 inches. Calendar section plus a place to jot down notes and a monthly section will help you keep everything about your schedule in one convenient place. The black with gold design on the cover makes this day planner appealing for either men or women and adults and children.
The advantage to having a day planner rather than a weekly or monthly planner is that the calendar pages provide the planning for an entire day with breakdowns by the hour. Some will have by the 1/2 hour and others might even break the day down to 15 minute increments.
Weekly planners for the most part show more than one day per page and will have a few lines for notations for each day. So, it boils down to your needs on keeping your life organized. A day planner or sometimes referred to as a daily planner allows for more detailed planning for the day and the activities or meetings that will take place in one day’s time.
These Disney day planners are great to have for yourself or to give as a gift to a Disney fan that you know will put them to good use.
Calendars, date books and engagement calendars that feature Alice In Wonderland are available in all sorts. You can often find newly published editions, out of print editions and even a vintage one from time to time.
This is truly a vintage depicting Alice in all-in-one diary with sturdy and stylish, this perpetual planner is sprinkled with charming quotes from the classic book. Features original illustration from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
Manage the days of your week with orderly purpose and inimitable style with this perpetual weekly scheduler inspired by Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
Alice in Wonderland
“Oh, pooh. I’m not afraid of you. Why, you’re nothing but a pack of cards.”
Winnie the Pooh and Friends
“If you live to be a hundred, I want to live to be a hundred minus one day so I never have to live without you.”
Each spread features a month. Who can resist such a gentle creature full of friendship and love for his pals Piglet, Tigger, Eeyore and the gang from Hundred-Acre Wood? No one, so this calendar is a must-have for anyone who, like Christopher Robin, can’t wait to spend time in the forest.
Plan with Pooh and his friends.
Planners and Datebooks
Day planners are very popular with women, men and students to keep their days organized with all of the important activities that fill their busy lives. I’ve found you two Day Planners featuring Disney cartoon characters. Disney has licensed some of their characters to be used in day planners, weekly planners and monthly planners for those who love the Disney characters. Whether you love the Disney Princesses or are a huge Mickey Mouse fan, you can now own a planner that will serve your organizing needs and let you enjoy your love for Disney, too.
You might need a day planner to keep track of meetings during the day or perhaps if you are a Mom you want to keep all of the activities for the kids after school in one place. A student can log classes and assignments in their planner. And then let us not forget that we all need to keep track of important dates like birthdays, anniversaries, parties and other events of importance.
There was a time when the public would have to wait for several years while the animators at the Disney Studios worked under the direction of Walt Disney to create a movie to fall in love with. Cinderella, Snow White, Bambi and many others are classics that many of us grew up with. The technology of animation has improved so much that it does not take as long to create a movie as in the decades of the past. So, now we do not have to wait so long to see the incredible talents of the animators that create movies like Lion King, Cars, and Monsters University.
With the addition of the Disney Channel on television there are new celebrities and cartoon characters to favor, too. Cartoons like Phineas and Ferb, Sofia the First, and Gravity Falls are fun to watch. Not to mention shows like Dog With A Blog, Jessie, and Good Luck Charlie that are shown on the channel.
Depending on the year, many of these shows and movies will be in a Disney Calendar which might be in the form of an engagement calendar but are often wall calendars.
Disney has created a sweet day planner for any girl big or small who loves the Disney Princesses. Cinderella, Snow White, Aurora and Belle grace the cover of the calendar planner. It measures 8 1/2 inches by 6 inches and closes with a zipper function. Fully licensed by Disney this planner offers calendar pages, a place for notes, an address section and places to store your ID or to keep pictures.
Do you know the history of Disney?
As we think about finding a Disney Agenda Calendar it might be fun to look at just how long Disney has been around. Did you know that Walt created his first animated series 90 years ago? At the time he had Disney Brothers Studio but that was the beginning of the huge corporation that exists today. Those first animations were not of our beloved Mickey Mouse who did not come about until 1928 in the Steamboat Willie cartoon. Mickey and Minnie both had their first appearance in that little animated cartoon. The first series was called Alice Comedies. Oswald the Lucky Rabbit was released before Mickey, too.
Since that time there have been many lovable characters to cross the big and small screens. We have the classics like Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Pluto and others but each year it seems that the Disney Studios find others to bring to our attention. They have a television channel all of their own with the stars of those episodes appealing to toddlers and tweens all over the world. And since 2006 we can enjoy the animated movies from Pixar which is owned by Disney.
Some years there are several agenda books with Disney themes while other years they are not as plentiful.