A new calendar gives you another chance. This time you're really going to get organized. Pick out one you like and get going.

Increase your vocabulary with "The 365 New- Words-a-Year Calendar": a new word every day, with definition, pronunciation and a sentence. Kids' version, too. $5.95. B. Dalton Bookseller stores.

"The Seasoned Eye" features 14 color prints by Georgia O'Keeffe and other older artists. $6.95. The National Museum of American Art. Add $1.25 to order from Smithsonian Associates, P.O. Box 2456, Washington, D.C. 20013.

The American Folklife Center's four seasonal booklets have color covers and sepia-toned photos of real folks from all over the country. $6.95. The Library of Congress shop. By mail, add $1; Information Office, Box A, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. 20540.

Zeppelin Graphics' calendars features old amusement parks for 1937, 1943 and 1954 and one futuristic one for 1999, the same calendar years as 1982. $4.98. Small Images, 3207 O St. NW (333-0135).

The 1982 Children's Hospital Calendar (shown) depicts magical fantasies of childhood in the gentle style of artist Annie Lundsford. $6. The Children's Hospital Gift Shop, Kramerbooks and other stores. All proceeds go to the hospital.

Favorite photos, drawings, ticket stubs or whatever make The Starrhill Calendar a personal memory book. $3. Ursell's, 3243 Q St. NW (338- 9200) and other stores.

"Forget-Me-Not" is a perennial calendar for birthdays, anniversaries and other special events. It features vintage photos from the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division. $5.95. Books Unlimited, 2729 Wilson Blvd., and Fireside Framing, 3020 Wilson Blvd., Arlington.

The airplanes on Hank Caruso's Aeocatures Calendar have human expressions that will warm the fuselage of any pilot. $3. Association of Aviation and Space Museologists, 6203 Yellowstone Dr., Alexandria, Va. 22312.