The calendar is a reminder of the day, date, month, and year for us. Usually, calendars just look plain, unattractive, and seem formal. For girls who like cute things, you can make a DIY calendar according to your liking. For example, when you like pink and teddy bears. You can make your favorite version of the calendar with pink paper and adorable teddy bear icons there. Then, making a calendar does not require complicated equipment and materials. The items provided are only 12 pcs of hardcover paper, colorful pens, 12 pcs hardcover paper as a month and year calendar printouts at that time, and printouts of cute pictures and icons that you like, glue, hole punch, 3 rings. You can choose whether you want to make a large or small calendar like a pocketbook. Also, make sure the color of each hardcover is different because it shows the different months on the calendar. Then, cut the printout of the calendar in the first month and paste it onto the colored hardcover earlier. Do up to 12 hardcovers until those are fully loaded. Then, cut out the icon and decorate each calendar sheet as you like. After that, unite all 12 layers of paper into one, and punch holes in the 12 layers of paper with a hole punch. One on the top right, one on the top center, and one on the top left. Then, use the rings to tie the twelve layers together to form a calendar. Tada, be our own cute and simple calendar.
In fact, if you pay attention to the calendar, Monday is the first day because the day when all activities begin. Sunday, on the other hand, is regarded as the start of the week in the United States and Canada. As for a good reason, this is supported by statements relating to religious reasons. Sunday is an important day for some religious followers, such as Christianity and Judaism. Reasons like God created the earth on Sunday, coinciding with the day of rest and the day to prepare for tomorrow. In addition, Sunday has been a day of worship and rest for Christians since the time of Emperor Constantine. It is also the day on which Jesus came back from the dead, making it the holiest day in the Christian faith. As a result, Sunday is the first day of the week, as it is the most significant day for them to gather in church. The Bible in Catholicism states that Sunday is an important day because the day of mass gathering is held on Sunday. Aside from that, aren't that could also be a good reminder that the start day to recharge our energy for the whole week is just around the way?
The Gregorian calendar is a calendar that is familiar to many people. When we read an event, story, or even information in ancient times, the information contained in the story mostly discusses the year and when the incident occurred. Most of the years mentioned are AD (Anno Domini) years, which makes us sometimes curious, how did this calendar begin to use? There are several calendar systems used, one of which is the Gregorian calendar which is widely used by people around the world. This calendar was first introduced in 1582. In calculating the day and time, this calendar is based on the solar calendar system which uses the time of the earth's rotation around the sun. Another fact, it turns out that this calendar was first used on the European continent. Additionally, please note that the beginning of the Gregorian calendar was discovered by Pope Gregory XIII. He was the one who created the new calendar system. Therefore this calendar is known as the Gregorian calendar. Prior to this calendar, the Julian calendar was used. Then, the process of traveling the Gregorian calendar is not as easy as imagined.
During the process, the astronomer Christopher Clavius developed this calendar 5 years. In the Gregorian calendar, the addition of a day every 4 years is abolished. The leap year applies every four years except for years that are not divisible by 400. So a leap year falls on 2000, but not in 1900, 1800, or 1700. Pope Gregory XIII also moved the new year from March 25 to January 1. However, Catholic Christian countries began to accept the Gregorian calendar afterward. Italy, Spain, and Portugal are the three countries in consideration. Because they had previously suspected ulterior intentions from Catholic circles, Britain and America only approved the Gregorian calendar in 1752. Many countries have switched to the Gregorian calendar along the way, including Saudi Arabia, which switched from the Hijri calendar to the Gregorian calendar in 2016.