It’s back for the 4th year, the paper planner based in the Hebrew Calendar that helps you live in the Hebrew and Gregorian calendars seamlessly. This is the first year after the Shmita and we’re featuring the work of six contributing artists and 14 contributing educators.
This year’s planner begins with Eul 5782 (August 2022) and ends with Elul 5783 (September 2023).
Despite the fact that the cover reverses those dates…it does NOT go backwards … we all make mistakes.
This planner features:
- Monthly teachings and art for each Hebrew month
- A page of journal questions to get you into the rhythm of each month
- A two-page spread to see the Hebrew month at a glance, and how it aligns with the Gregorian calendar
- Weekly planning wheels with lots of space for your Gregorian calendar plans, and framed in Hebrew calendar time
- Creative and intuitive layout to show how Hebrew and Gregorian days align at sundown
- A back pocket for storing important notes, stickers, or mementos
- 6-month planning guides for your rainy season and harvest season
- All Hebrew holidays and moon phases
- A planting guide for planning your life in accordance with the seasons
- Teachings on the Shmita and guidance for living in a cycle of seven years
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What people are saying…
- “I love it. The layout is so gorgeous. I love the artistic renderings and drawings that live on the pages. I love the verse snippets on the weekly spread pages, and I love the idea of the teachings each month. This calendar takes the concept of a planner and makes it so much more intentional. It allows the calendar to move from a chain holding us down to a work of art that adds meaning to our lives. Everyone should have one!”
– Rabbi Josh Warshawsky, musician and song leader
- “As someone who trains Jewish nature professionals and plans much of my year around the Jewish calendar, having a well-designed planner with both the Hebrew and the Gregorian year was an exciting and highly compelling idea. The design of The Jewish Planner offers me an opportunity to think differently about how I represent a given planned week of my life.”
–Yoshi Silverstein, founder of Mitsui Collective
- “The Jewish Planner is great for people who have Judaism as a part of their daily life. For example, in a business like mine, which centers around a Jewish calendar, Gregorian calendar, and fashion calendar, having somewhere to compile all scheduling is a great tool.”
– Ariel Tidhar, Jewish jewelry designer
- “The Jewish Planner is so rich, there’s so much, which speaks to the complexity of time. You’ve created something you can hold in your hand to essentially hold all of that, all the complexity.”
– Jodi Balis, host of the Purple Honey Podcast