The Everyday Calendar by Simone Giertz

Motivate yourself to do a daily task with gold stars

#3 Product of the DayNovember 02, 2018
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The Everyday Calendar by Simone Giertz is the calendar you've been waiting for. Each day you get a gold star for whatever you're trying to achieve - daily meditation? Guitar practice? The world is your oyster.

  • Pros: 

    It is a physical product and it is gonna be at your place of choice at all times


    Quite expensive. There are free app equivalents in the market. Limited interface, just works for a single habit. Monocolor, not expandable.

    The functionality can be easily copied in a digital format. There are more robust solutions in digital format present in the market : apps in the apple (Strike is an example) and android stores (habitbull for example).

    Jean Riviere has never used this product.
  • Pros: 

    Looks cool, fine


    super useless

    do we really need another resource-hungry, electricity-consuming device for something apps or even paper can do just as well?

    Daniel Kot has never used this product.
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AbadesiHunter@abadesi · Head of Maker Outreach at Product Hunt
I'm a HUGE fan of Simone Giertz and to think I can now own one of her creations fills me with joy! Can't wait for these to drop. I try creating daily habits with apps like Productive but I know having something tangible - and aesthetically pleasing - is the trick I've been missing. WDYT of it?
Tim Winfree
Tim Winfree@timwinfree · co-founder, Naranja Studio
It's so cool that I kinda wish it did more. E.g. I wish the current day was illuminated
Ryan Mark
Ryan Mark@ryanwmark · Co-Founder at Alday Denim
@timwinfree That might be the only feature I'd add, but I kind of dig how minimal it is.
Aaron  O'Leary
Aaron O'Leary@aaronoleary · Community @producthunt. Chef.
Such a great idea, it's the upgrade calendars have needed!
Vard Mardoyan
Vard Mardoyan@vard_mardoyan · Manager
I like it👍🏻
Babken Karapetyan
Babken Karapetyan@babken_karapetyan · Innovation is a Memetic Evolution