Abstract: In the present invention, a plurality of panel members are supportingly retained in a first holding plate, with each of the panel members being arcuately pivotable relative to the holding plate. In addition, a second, movable plate is cooperatively associated with the panel members for being longitudinally movable along the length of the panel members while securely retaining and being cooperatively associated with each panel member. In this way, the second, movable plate is quickly advanced from a first position in direct association or engagement with the first holding plate into a second position wherein the second, movable plate is extended away from the first holding plate substantially the full length of each panel member. When in this second position, each panel member is fixed in a locked and fully erect position.
Abstract: A desk calendar has a base, a calendar page binder, two end blocks and a central block. The base has a top, a rear end, two sides, an auxiliary appliance stand and a channel. The auxiliary appliance stand is formed on the top to provide a place for an auxiliary appliance. The channel is defined in the top along the rear end of the base. The calendar page binder is mounted on the top of the base adjacent to the auxiliary appliance stand to hold calendar pages. The end blocks are securely mounted respectively in the ends of the channel. The central block is mounted in the channel between the end blocks to define two spaces respectively between the central block and the end blocks and has at least one pen hole.
Abstract: A calendar is provided for behavior modification as well as a method for using the same. The calendar has calendar sheets and informational sheets. The calendar has objectives sections, data collection sections, analysis sections, non-date pages and/or detachable pages for use by an individual. The calendar may be customized and/or pre-designed for an individual or by the individual. In use, the behavior information may be recorded on the calendar sheet. Information associated with daily, weekly, and/or monthly behavior may be recorded. The information may include weekly and/or monthly averages and/or summations, delta calculations, and/or minimum/maximum data. The calendar may be adapted to measure or track indicators, such as, for example, developmental progress, caloric intake, amount and type of exercise, amount of fat, sodium or sugar, amount of cigarettes smoked, blood pressure measurements, weight gain or the like. A bottom space may also be provided to record monthly goals and/or objectives.