Wms&Co

Daily Calendar Pad

$35.00 USD

Keep track of your days and daily to-dos with our calendar pad, a perpetual (non-dated) calendar that can be initiated at any time of year. Because sometimes you just need a fresh start.

Each page contains a large numeric date, lines to write notes, and a month indicator. It includes 6 months with 31 days in each and a summary overview calendar of dates for 2021-2026. 

Finished with a black glue spine, it's edged on 3 sides in 5 colorways that are timeless and also very right now.

Product Details
Shipping & Returns
5.5” x 8” 
FSC certified paper stock
U.S. Shipping Only. Shipping is free on orders over $99. This is shipped from Wms&Co and not from Girlboss. Returns are accepted within 14 days of shipment date for unused products with original packaging. Please email info@wmscoink.com with your order number and a listing of items to initiate a return.

Why We Love it

We love undated stationery—because we like to start things on our own terms. This calendar pad features an oversized number, a month field and plenty of space for notes. There’s just something so satisfying about starting fresh each day.

Meet The Founder

ALLISON WILLIAMS

Allison Williams had accomplished all the career goals she had set for herself—she was the co-founder of a successful branding firm. And yet, she wasn’t happy in her day-to-day at work. “​​I wanted to pivot to making my own designs and putting them out there in the world, not creating designs that solved my clients’ needs.” So she did—in her 50s, no less.

In 2016 Williams launched her first product, a copper-plated Self-Inking Stamper with coordinating copper edged notepads and testing the idea at a pop-up before committing full-time.

Williams is uncompromising when it comes to aesthetics and function. “I grew up eating Chinese takeout on Herend Rothschild china—my mom’s attitude was, if it’s good enough for your mouth, it's good enough for a nice plate. To this day, I believe that every object in your daily life should be visually pleasing, no matter how inconsequential.”