There’s something about those long summer days that makes any art event seem even more enjoyable, and perhaps this is at least part of the reason why the Madera community calendar includes so many art-related events throughout the upcoming summer months. It’s not just the Madera community calendar that features these kinds of events throughout the summer, as many of the areas close to Madera have a number of art events scheduled. There is even an outdoor sculpture walk scheduled to take place at the Falkirk Cultural Center in San Rafael.
As a number of real estate agents using BoldLeads have noticed, the spring and summer months tend to include a general increase in interest in properties from the clients that have been recently added to their pipeline of leads. While agents find that BoldLeads provides a consistent source of leads throughout each and every season, it’s often the case that a noticeable uptick occurs when the weather warms and the days lengthen each year.
It’s not just the real estate market or the events appearing on the community calendar that experience an increase in activity, as economists have long pressed the federal government to develop better statistical tools to account for the patterns that have been observed regarding the seasonal changes influencing consumer behavior. Obviously, those responsible for developing the Madera community calendar have done an excellent job accounting for this spike in activity by packing the calendar with plenty of enjoyable events ideal for summertime.
In communities across the country, a concerted effort is often made to ensure all members of the community have access to a great deal of diverse recreational opportunities. According to John Ross Jesensky, there is quite a bit that other counties can learn from the manner in which Madera organizes its community calendar, particularly the clear focus placed on bringing community members together as often as possible.
Jesensky believes that the community calendar is at least partially responsible for the clear sense of fellowship that pervades the entire county, particularly since just about every member of the community can cite a shared experience with another community member. For community leaders seeking a strategy to establish a greater sense of fellowship in their county, the Madera community calendar appears to be an ideal template with which to begin.
Facebook and Google+ are applications on your smart phone that are able to input calendar information straight from the app itself and apparently now Snapchat is getting some calendar love. Through the new Discover feature, the Snapchat team announces with big events are happening in your city. Since the app naturally uses your device’s location, Snapchat does the rest.
Let’s say for example, there is a band that is being shown in the spotlight of the Discover section of Snapchat. The application will create a calendar entry if you give it that permission to do so and if the band is nearby within 50 miles. There are countless of new apps available that sync your calendars together easily with no effort on your part. The picture and video messaging tool has grown since it’s initial release in 2011 and with the ability to use the calendar, perhaps this is a feature that will bring people together.
Information on David Kravitz Snapchat gives a hint that the new calendar usage feature will be up and live to the public in February of 2016. Hurry Snapchat, some of us just can’t wait that long! Rumor also has it that the snap company is going to be issuing out a version of their app especially for Apple Watch. Of course, with the lack of a camera you will not be able to use the device to take pictures or video, but you can use it to see received pictures and video as well as check discover and add events to your calendar if you so wish to.
We all have our calendars but some are just not good. On the old smart phones the calendar didn’t do much more than give you a place to post events. Todays smart phone can sync your events to friends and set reminders. The wall calendar has given way to the chalk board or white board but still lack the reminder functions od smart phones. There is nothing worse than a calendar failure. That is when you go to the trouble of posting the event but forget to check. Tim DeCapua will always depend on the old wall calendar. Be careful to not be that calendar fail.
There are plenty of new applications available to make synchronizing your calendars a simple task, as we all know that it is sometimes difficult to manage multiple calendars or to try to squeeze every event in our busy schedule onto an individual calendar. With these newly developed applications, it is possible to organize your events however you like, even if it means synchronizing events according to the waxing and waning of the moon or so that they are available on your wrist.
Of course, as Luigi Wewege has noted in the past, organization is vital for everyone. While this is true, the organizational methods that work for one person do not necessarily work for another. Individualized organization is always best, and that is the main benefit of the multitudes of calendar applications that are available. Through these applications, it is possible to find the system that works best for you and allows you to organize your schedule in the manner you feel is most ideal.
Since there is so much going on in Madera, this is incredibly valuable. The residents of this area are quite busy but also enjoy a number of varied activities for recreation. It is sometimes difficult to keep track of everything that is going on, but through these new and diverse calendar applications, the residents of Madera are able to quickly and easily organize their schedule to achieve that ideal balance between family and work responsibilities while also leaving plenty of time for recreation and fun.
My life can be seen by observing the calendar on the wall. Every day there is something that has to be done. The kid things are overwhelming and require coordination to pull off. If someone took my calendar I would be lost. The whole family is tuned into the calendar and can look to see what’s happening every day. The best part is that the calendar will some day be empty. As the empty nest approaches there are days that have a blank square. I wonder if I will miss the full calendar days. Joe Olujic is a calendar fanatic as well.
I have too many calendars. I have the one on the wall in the kitchen. This old school approach still works. Then I have the calendar in my computer. This is the most detailed calendar as there is room for all the details. Then there is my laptop. It has my work calendar and is cluttered to the max. The final scheduled calendar is in my smart phone. My smart phone syncs with Face Book and Linked In so all the data is always up to date. I need to sync all my calendars into one device and back it up. Vince Malfitano is a contact that I don’t sync as he is not family.
Do you mark the important things on your family calendar. Well a community calendar tries to do the same thing. They have the difficult task of finding events that will interest a wide array of interests. National peanut day may not interest you but if you are a farmer that grows peanuts then its important. If you want an item put on the community calendar it will take some effort. You cant have everything on the calendar and still have room for important things. The municipality has to make a judgment call on your event. Mo Howard West Virginia Football events always show up on the community calendar.
The most important events in my life were not on my calendar. The birth of my children came at totally unplanned times and the plans I did make were a total miss. Calendars are nice but I think we plan our lives too much. We should take it as it comes and stop trying to control life. Life is meant to be a surprise and if we plan it to death then what? I have been the controller of my life for as long as I can remember and now that I am retired I find that taking life as it comes works much better. I see every day as something new and try to be open to the simple pleasures this world provides. Luke Weil is a planner too.