Small stand up desk calendar in CD case
Grand Canyon National Park photo calendar
Be honest. In the last year or two, did you utter the words, “I’ve lost count, what day is it?”
We’ve been through a lot during the last two years. And while there is always uncertainty about what’s next, what matters is our emotional approach. We always get through those challenging moments, sometimes more gracefully than others. So, I think it’s perfect timing to set our sights on “A Grand Year.”
Small stand up desk calendar for 2022
This small stand up desk calendar features a soothing collection of Grand Canyon landscape photographs I’ve taken just this past year. I wanted a visual reminder next to my computer to slow down and enjoy a moment of peace and solitude no matter what pressure forces me to hurry up and accomplish something.
Reduce stress at work
What helps me reduce stress at work is taking a moment to look at beauty. Thank goodness I have a lot of photos for that!
Nature reminds me of the quiet power of resilience. When I think of massive change and the ability to adapt, the Grand Canyon is the original poster child. What an inspiration for withstanding unimaginable forces of transformation.
Whether you work from home or find you need a visual of the month to keep yourself on track, pick a calendar for this year that will give you a lift when you are in the thick of stressful situations. I designed this inspirational desk calendar for 2022 to raise your vibe to nature’s grandeur through images of the Grand Canyon. I know it sounds simple, but to reduce stress at work, you just need a few simple reminders. You’ve got the power within yourself to relax, pace yourself, and calm down, but it helps to have some healthy prompts.
Small calendar for desktop
The compact design of this small stand-up desk calendar takes up minimal space. Years ago, I made a calendar with images and repurposed a CD case to function as a built-in easel for myself. The small size worked perfectly on my desktop. I’d glance over, take in the essence of the scene, and be prompted back into the present moment with a refreshed attitude.
As I create my modern wall art, I also look for a deeper appreciation for those moments. I think it’s something you’d enjoy following since you’ve read this far. Want in? Sign up is to your right and at the bottom of the page. I look forward to staying in touch.
Images of Grand Canyon
The images of Grand Canyon will help you focus calmly on these striking settings both at the top and deep below the north and south rims. From vast landscapes viewed from the south rim in winter, you’ll see how the desert turns into a magical snowscape. From river level a mile below, you’ll get a stress-free break looking at the intimate landscapes of beauty deep in the canyon that so few people get to experience.
Details about stand up calendar
This calendar features professional printing on glossy, heavy paper stock in full color. Presented in a CD case, swing open the front cover to form an easel. This Grand Canyon photo inspiration takes up very little space and creates a sleek, contemporary way to keep track of your days. Included is an index page where I describe each photo, approximately where the location is, and share my reaction to seeing this place.
Limited quantity available, and when they are gone, they are gone. So, don’t miss out on this unique collection of nature’s art, as only the Grand Canyon can reveal.
How to order the 2022 calendar?
Want one for your workspace? Or know this would be a great gift for someone on your list? All you have to do is click on the calendar image below. A new screen will open and take you to the ordering details.
Order a calendar now that reminds you to take a quick moment to be present. Over the course of a year, you’ll make a major shift in your ability to reduce stress at work.
Ann Newman is a photographer, writer, and creator of Annstracts who brings readers inspiration through her abstract photos. As a former, professionally-trained salesperson, Ann understands that people want to solve problems or accelerate growth for a better future. Exploring the little moments in life with gratitudes gives her art a positive spin. You might find Ann near her home in Phoenix, bent down looking at the tiniest details of a bug, patting any nearby dog, or asking “why” an awful lot.