Mom Knows Best : How I Keep My Boys On Track With WatchMinder

Friday, June 24, 2016

How I Keep My Boys On Track With WatchMinder

I love how a watch reminds my boys to do things with simple commands.



   School is out for the summer. I want my boys to enjoy their summer and have some fun but I also want to keep some kind of schedule with them so they don’t get lazy. I also want my boys to continue learning during the summer. I tried to cut back on the hours that I work but it has not happened so far this month. This month has brought plenty of paid opportunities for me and I just can’t turn down extra money. So I have to still focus on work and focus on my boys too. That can be difficult at times. Being a good mom, I don’t want to ignore my boys and let them do what everything they want, but how do I keep them busy and focused when I have to focus on my work?


  I have made a somewhat relaxed schedule for my boys this summer to follow so they know what they have to do every day. The problem is me reminding them when to do certain things. I get so busy with work that I plain forget and I also want my boys to learn how to manage their time. So what is a busy mom to do? I got smart this summer and gave my boys this cool time management watch. The WatchMinder allows me to pre-program messages that remind my boys to do things throughout the day. There are 65 pre-programmed messages to choose from and the watch vibrates at the time I select so my boys can be reminded to do their chores and other things. One child wears the watch each day and reminds the other when it vibrates so they can read the message on the watch. I have the watch programmed to remind my boys to take their allergy medicine in the morning and to eat breakfast. Later on, during the day,  my boys will get reminders to do chores. When they get the chore reminder they come ask me what their chores are for the day. My boys eagerly do their chores as that means they get computer time for completion. I also remind my boys to read during the day. I no longer have bedtime fights either as the watch reminds my boys to brush their teeth and when it is lights out. My favorite reminder is the one they get every hour to remember to drink water. My boys forget to drink water during the summer and get bad headaches.

       


   The WatchMinder is easy to program and perfect for all wrist sizes so that even adults can use its management system. This rechargeable watch is perfect for kids with AD/HD and even for seniors for medication reminders. Do you a child who wets the bed? This watch is perfect to remind them to use the bathroom at night. Moms who are potty training a child can use this watch to remind their child to use the potty. The vibrations are discreet so only the person wearing will know about the reminders and it is even waterproof. I am thinking when the boys head back to school this fall, this watch will be perfect to help me manage my day or even remind me to get up and move more.


Behavior Modification
Bedwetting and Incontinence
Rehabilitation
Medication Reminder
Everyday Life and Wellness
Deaf and Heard-Of-Hearing


                                         How would you use the WatchMinder? 
To discover more about this awesome time/behavioral management watch just visit the below link.

                                                 http://www.watchminder.com

                         Click here to watch a video that shows the WatchMinder in action.

                                              https://youtu.be/E5D0mO11v1U



                     The vibrating wristwatch that will privately cue you through your day.



                                "These opinions are my own and I received a WatchMinder to facilitate this post"

18 comments:

  1. What a fantastic tool! As a homeschooling mum, I would love to get my hands on one of these! At the moment, I set the timer when there's anything critical going on!

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  2. Any mom that can get a kid to wear something like that? My hat is off to you. Just talking with a friend about these kind of parenting challenges.

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  3. Sounds like a handy gadget! Great idea for kids and adults!

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  4. What a handy sounding gadget - might just need to get one for other half ;) x

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  5. This product sounds good. I remember how hard it was to keep my child on a schedule.

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  6. Wow this seems really useful, perfect to simplify mommy's lives

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  7. This watch is a must to have for kids that have a hard time following a simple rule. It will give them a reminder that they need to do something especial. My kids do not wear watch.

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  8. These watches sound great. We'd definitely use them for little reminders throughout the day.

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  9. Well that's so cool! Techy kids would love it. Maybe I need one. :-)

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  10. My son has been asking for a watch for a while now. His birthday is coming next month, I'm sure he would just love this one!

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  11. Oh, this is a great watch. Maybe, when my son grow a little older I will buy one for him.

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  12. Sounds like an amazing watch and I'm sure adults will find this useful as well! It's definitely perfect for people who needs a reminder for their meds.

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  13. These watches are becoming more and more popular and it's hard to deny why people love them! It's really useful and it's great for teaching kids discipline as well.

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  14. This sounds like an awesome watch. I need to get one for both of my girls. I think this would really come in handy too.

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  15. I have a husband who loves watches. These are really cool. He would probably love these!

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  16. Ok, this is fantastic. Keeping my son on track during the summer can be so hard and I have to admit that some of it is my forgetfulness. This would be a big help.

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  17. hahaha! That watch is brilliant! I wish I had that as a kid. You're an awesome mom. giving them such cool gadgets

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  18. Amazing gadget! I wish we have this in local stores :( My nephews will like this for sure.

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