Ring in the New Year with these timely pieces - they're sure to help keep you on schedule.

Joy Deangdeelert Cho
Big time

This oversized (59-inch diameter) Grand Central Station Clock ($998) can't help but be noticed. Available at area Anthropologie stores and www.anthropologie.com.

As the bluebird flies

This cheerful timepiece by Two's Company ($30) brings a pop of spring color to a wall. Available at Scarlett Alley, 241 Race St., and www.scarlettalley.com.

Never-ending story

The Perpetual Wall Calendar by Massimo Vignelli ($80) is a classic that's always in style. Available to order at Design Within Reach, 1710 Walnut St., and www.dwr.com.

Constant reminder

Stay on track with this desktop Acrylic Perpetual Calendar ($32). Available at www.momastore.org.

In the zones

Imagine you're monitoring world affairs with the three-clock Time Flies set ($80). Available at www.aplusrstore.com.

Hour glass

Umbra's Time Table ($120) does double duty. Available in mid-February at Foster's Homeware, 399 Market St., and www.shopfosters.com.

Many minutes more

Seven days just aren't enough, so the 8 Days a Week Planner by Bob's Your Uncle ($16) gives you a spare. Available at www.fredflare.com.

Counter-clock wise

For the unstructured life, the Non-Planner Datebook by Little Otsu ($16) offers blank pages. Available at www.littleotsu.com.