How to make your own calendar

Making your own calendar is fun and easy.  Every year, my parents make a personalized calendar that they give as gifts.  The calendar is filled with my father’s exceptional photographs from that year’s trip – last year was Antarctica.  The really nice thing about getting one of their calendars is that they insert everyone’s birthday and anniversary so I never miss an important date.  I finally asked him how he did it and was surprised at how easy it is to make your own personalized calendar.

1.  Find 13 of your photographs you love.  One for the cover and one for each month of the year.  This should be easy as you took photos all year long I’m sure.

2.  Go to and register – it only takes a minute to register and you’re in business.  You’ll notice that right now they’re offering 20% off of 2010 calendars – limited time offer, they don’t say for how long.

3.  In the navigation bar at the top of the page click on the link for Calendars it will then prompt you to a button that says, appropriately Go!

4.  They provide you with all the instructions you need to upload, crop, insert your own custom information.  Pick the amount of them you want to receive, pay and you’re done.

I can tell you that these are of professional quality.  I have received two as gifts and have really appreciated having them in my home and office.  There you have it, an easy way to show off your photography, fulfill the need for your own 2010 calendar and have gifts for friends and family.

Business idea anyone can do for under $1000.00 bucks.

The one thing that I love about life is the wonderful things you can do to make money, even if you only have a few bucks! Here is a example of what you can do to make money!

I have a friend in LA (Los Angeles, CA) that was laid-off about 18 months ago and did this simple DMV runner business to start making money to pay his bills. The business was this, he advertised in local publications to wait in line at the DMV for people. I want to be careful to over-state his earnings, but this guy makes about $600.00 – $1500.00 a week standing in line. And the business only got better as he went on, he would give people kickbacks for referrals, and of course, he always call the client when their tags are due again. Personally I was surprised how well he was doing! So how I came up with this WordPress blog, kind of a off shoot of his idea. I was listing to a radio interview about the new and very expensive rates for registration of your vehicle in the state California. In the past I have made a few websites, of start-up payday loan businesses for small business men looking to make some money, so I am aware of the great money to be made in the short term lending. One of the top reasons for getting a payday loan is to register your car, this is why I made this website. ( <WordPress blog no longer live) for someone looking to start a business for, let says, $2500.00 to fund short term payday style loans for car registration and add some cost for waiting in line could make a few bucks very quickly. And hey! You can add some signs on your back window of a car, tee-shirts and get business, and a tax write-off for everything.