You Can Reuse Your 2022 Calendar . . . Just Save It Until 2033

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Here’s a totally impractical way to save 15 bucks: Haven’t tossed your 2022 calendar yet? You can still use it . . . just wait a decade. (???)

 

 

Obviously the days of the week change year-to-year. Like January 5th was a Wednesday in 2022, and it’s on a Thursday this year. But the same dates DO eventually come back around and line up. 

 

 

So you’ll be able to use your 2022 calendar again . . . if you just hang onto it until 2033.

 

 

Calendars tend to line up every 6 years, or 11 years. The exception is Leap Years, when it takes 28. 

 

 

(So calendars for 2024 . . . a Leap Year . . . won’t be usable again until 2052.)

 

 

The one catch is some of the holidays won’t line up. But all the days of the week will be right. So if that’s all you care about, 2022 calendars will be KIND OF usable again in 2033 . . . 2039 . . . 2050 . . . and 2061.

 

 

If you’ve already been hoarding calendars for some reason, here are a few that work in 2023: This year, you can reuse calendars from 2017 . . . 2006 . . . 1995 . . . or if you’ve got one from 1933, that’ll work too. (OliverBrown.me.uk)

 Image by Deborah Hudson from Pixabay

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