privacy – What are the security implications of the loss of a paper calendar?

Assuming I have a paper calendar (organizer) containing the following information:

  • dates / places I went and where do I go
  • phone numbers and email addresses of some people
  • my own coordinates so that the calendar can be returned in case of loss

If I lose this schedule and a stranger detects it, is there anything that should worry me?

As an average person, I think the worst that can happen is that a) the searcher does not return the calendar and b) can make annoying phone calls / sending annoying emails, well as really dangerous.