Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Calendars For Karma

Friends, I decided that I would be remiss in my role as a pseudo-Kiwi and writer-of-all-things-feel-good if I didn't do more for Christchurch and Japan.  My operations manager (read: mom) tells me that there are still 100 or so 2011 Year in Yes calendars looking for good homes. 

If I may be so bold as to say so myself, they are pretty darn cute.  See?


Here's the deal:  You buy a calendar for $12.  I give $10 to Red Cross.  You get a cool calendar, we raise $1,000.  Yes?  Yes.
  Free shipping!  Anywhere in the world!





13 comments

  1. You're an awesome person, Sarah. Thanks for helping me help.

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  2. Done and done! You rock Sarah Von!

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  3. Awesome! Just bought one! Thank you for your generosity!

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  4. SO. DARN. CUTE. I wish I didn't already have a calendar for this year because I'd buy this in a heartbeat.

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  5. This is awesome! I can't wait to get mine.

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  6. what a great idea!
    have to tell you that I'm loving this calendar ...did you see it on my Much Love Monday post this week?

    xo

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  7. You are so awesome Sarah Von! As was mentioned already in the comments, thanks for helping me help.

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  8. I'd love to buy one, but is there a possibility to do so without PayPal or credit card?

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  9. Sarah, you are such a cool cat. Truly, you are a role model to me.

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  10. You guys are too kind! I'm just selling off my overstock to clean up my karma from too much gossiping ;)

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  11. Dear Sarah Von,
    I finally came around to ordering your calendar! I am so buying the one for next year the moment it comes out! the calendar arrived on my doorstep at the perfect time. I was surprised at how fast it got here (Germany) and delighted by the handwritten note you included. But the best thing was opening the calendar to the March page and reading this "Smooth seas do not make a skillful sailor". It was so fitting for my situation since I had recently decided to quit my job and the safety that goes a long with it and start looking for something that makes me more happy. Now my quest is to become a skillful sailor since I am sure skillful sailors are also happy sailors.
    Thank you so much for what you do for your readers and for the people in Japan!
    Love, Johanna

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  12. Johanna!

    Yay! I'm so thrilled that you like it. All those photos are by Yes and Yes readers - talented bunch, eh? ;)

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