Help Your Kids Set Goals with ReMined

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There are literally millions and millions of apps on the market, so when one comes along that looks useful, I like to tell you about it. One such app is ReMined, a personal visualizing and goal-setting tool that has wonderful applications for parents.

ReMined is pretty straightforward. Take a picture of an item you want, set its priority and input a date by which you want to have it. Add a note about your goal, and ReMined will keep track of that. You can get reminders about your goal.

I downloaded and tried out the lite version of ReMined, which keeps track of up to 5 mines. The paid version of the app (99 cents USD) allows for unlimited mines. There are a couple of features I would love to see in this app, at least in the paid version. It doesn’t allow you to rotate the screen and have a larger keyboard, which is important to those of us growing more and more decrepit by the day. Also, it’d be neat to set a goal and allow for regular reminders more than just once ten days prior to the goal date. If for example I was saving up monthly, it’d be nice to have the app remind me monthly until I got all of the money for my desired item.

It’s possible to simply set the savings goals, each as an individual item. But it’s more work that way. It is a great way for kids to be motivated towards saving up or earning a reward. Check it out for yourself!

Earnest Parenting: help for parents who want their children to enjoy goal-setting.

FTC Disclosure: I downloaded the lite version of this app to try, which is free for everyone.

The editor-in-chief of Earnest Parenting, Amy is the mother of two sets of twin boys. Yes, they drive her crazy, but they also make her laugh occasionally. Amy enjoys writing, quilting, reading, and working on her burgeoning cyber empire.

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  • Robert Newberry January 10, 2013, 10:52 am

    I am a retired school guidance counselor, father of 3 and grandfather of 7. Few things correlate more highly with success for your child in and out of school than goal oriented, purposeful thinking. I encourage you to develop a family culture that embraces goal setting.

    I write about this a great deal on my blog and also Facebook Page: Robert Newberry: Raising Successful Children

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