Here we are again with a fresh new month upon us—that means it’s time to update your tech wallpapers!
I’m sharing 10 FREE February desktop wallpaper calendars available for both desktop and smartphone.
Here’s a look at all the options (click to enlarge).
I threw in a few of my plant lady designs I recently created, and will be sharing in an upcoming sponsored post. I figured they might as well be made into wallpapers too. The sunburst options are just a quick doodle I created and layered up, and there are 6 colors to choose from on those. The random marble one is just a minimal little option for those of you who like to keep it simple. 🙂
I am also providing all of these wallpapers sans calendar for those of you who might want to use them past the month of February.
I hope you see something that you like! I think I’m going to go with one of the plant ladies! I need a little life in these dreary months.
I’d love to hear if you have a favorite, and I LOVE seeing them out there in the world on your screens. I adore it when you tag me in your Insta, Twitter, or Facebook photos, and I’m always so grateful when you Pin my work as well.
I know many of you are trying to stay motivated through those New Year’s resolutions! With that in mind, I thought I’d share these beautiful, printable to-do lists from Shutterfly. Whether it’s a small task or a long-term goal, writing things down can be a great motivator – not to mention how good it feels to cross off what you’ve accomplished.
Not only are the designs great but the lists cater to many needs and working styles. They include everything from a reno/home project task list to an hourly to-do list. There’s also a very cute printable for kids to keep track of their own homework and chores. I hope you all enjoy these and that they help you achieve an organized and productive year. Let me know which one’s your favorite!
How to set up desktop background in Windows
The simplest way to set a picture as the desktop wallpaper is to open it so that you can see the image, and then right-click it to choose Set as desktop background. You also see this option when you right-click the picture file in Windows Explorer; you don’t even have to open the picture to set it as the desktop background.
How to set up desktop background on a Mac
Choose Apple () menu > System Preferences, then click Desktop & Screen Saver. From the Desktop tab, select a folder of images on the left, then click an image on the right. Desktop & Screen Saver preferences window To add a folder of your own images, click the Add button below the list of folders. For more information about the settings in this window, click the question-mark icon in the corner of the window.
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