Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Christmas 2019 - Day-to-Day Calendars - I'm Giving One Away!

If you are looking for a personal, unique gift which will bring some fun to every day of the year, take a look at Day-to-Day Calendars from Andrews McMeel Publishing. I just recently discovered their wide variety of calendars and am very impressed. They sent me several to review and are making two available for me to give away - I'll let you know about two of their calendars and one giveaway today and three more calendars and one more giveaway tomorrow.

Dog Shaming 2020 Day-to-Day Calendar
WeRateDogs 2020 Day-to-Day Calendar
Publisher - Andrews McMeel Publishing

Favorite Features -

  • Each day brings a new page with fun photos and humor any dog lover is sure to enjoy.
  • Colorful daily photos of dogs
  • Great for a gift-exchange gift, stocking stuffer, extra gift just for the fun of it - these Day-to-Day calendars are great fun!
Andrews McMeel Publishing says; "Celebrate your love for dogs—and your occasional frustration over their misdeeds—with the Dog Shaming 2020 Day-to-Day CalendarMore than 8,000 photos have been posted to the popular Dog Shaming blog since it began in 2012. This calendar showcases a different dog's photo and shameful story on each page, providing plenty of comic relief and commiseration for dog lovers everywhere. With a variety of dog breeds and humor which is safe for work, Dog Shaming calendars also make great gifts for family and friends.

Based on the funny, paws-tively adorable Twitter and Instagram feeds, the WeRateDogs 2020 Day-to-Day Calendar showcases a year’s worth of some of the world’s best, over-the-top 'aww!' inspiring dogs. Each delightful page of this calendar introduces an exceptional doggo whose photo is paired with a comical, punny caption overflowing with the touching wit only Matt Nelson can provide. And because all dogs are good dogs, every pupper in this calendar deservedly earns a rating of greater than 10/10.

Features Include:

  • Full color tear-off pages (blank on reverse)
  • Day/date reference on each page
  • Includes official major world holidays
  • Plastic easel backer for desk or tabletop display"

I found both of these calendars to be excellent. The Dog Shaming 2020 Day-to-Day Calendar left me laughing out loud, repeatedly and I loved the adorable dogs and clever captions in the  WeRateDogs 2020 Day-to-Day Calendar. Both of these calendars will make great gifts for the people on your list who love humor and dogs - and a big bonus is these are gifts which will remind the ones you give them to of how much you love them each day throughout the year!

I am very happy to say, not only did Andrews McMeel send me these calendars to review, but they are making another of their Dog Shaming 2020 Day-to-Day Calendar available for me to give away (USA only). If you are over the age of 18, live in the USA and would like to enter this drawing which will be on December 2, 2019, please comment below about something your dog has done - we used to have a Basset Hound and an English Springer. When we gave them treats, the Springer would gobble his right down and the Basset would wait for him to finish, then would put her treat in front of her and "dare" her "brother" to try and take it from her. Once in awhile, she let him have it, so he always tried - most of the time she let him know he was not to take her treat. If I made a dog shaming quote for her it would say; "I torment my older brother by letting him think he is able to have my snack - most of the time I do not let him have it."

In addition if you have followed on Google Friend Connect, followed by liking on facebook with the tab in the "Find us on Facebook" box ON THE BLOG or at this link (not just liking the post) and/or have followed grandma's cookie jar by email you will receive one entry for each of these which you have done. Plus, if you "share" this post, you'll receive another entry (please let me know if you share). This will help me be able to draw names from among people who would like to win Dog Shaming 2020 Day-to-Day Calendar and it gives you several ways to enter the give-away! Thank you for reading grandma's cookie jar and for sharing it with the people you know!


  1. I have two dogs. THey are both mini weiner dogs. The younger one just turned 1 so he is still extremely hyper. All he wants is the older one to play with him. The older one (he is 3) is also a snot. He will still Loki's toys and hide them

  2. My doxie is getting older -- he still thinks he can be a door dasher. Instead of making it a half mile before I get my shoes on, he now hides in the next door neighbor's yard.

  3. My "granddog" ate my glasses I had carefully put on the night stand before going to bed. I follow on Facebook and email.

  4. My dog always jumped on everything and knocked everything down!
    Jennifer M