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Susannah Warren uses TimeTokens to manage her children’s digital diet – with life-changing results

Susannah Warren uses TimeTokens to manage her children’s digital diet – with life-changing results

We are so thrilled to be featured in this summers School Notices Magazine. In case you missed it, here's what they think about TimeTokens:- With screen time becoming a daily battleground, Susannah Warren introduces TimeTokens to help manage her children’s digital diet – with life-changing results. It’s a beautiful day...

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On your marks, get set, unplug! Woo Hoo we're Official Partners of National Unplugging Day 2017

On your marks, get set, unplug! Woo Hoo we're Official Partners of National Unplugging Day 2017

We are over the moon that www.timetokens.com is an official Partner of this year’s National Unplugging Day on 25th June. National Unplugging Day UK was born in May 2015 and got off to an amazing start with founder Gemma Johnson generating media coverage of over 30 million people across TV, Radio and...

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"An Amazing Product"

It always make us happy when we get a great review so thank you Maria from The Tiger Tales for spending more than a month using TimeTokens with your son and sharing your experience :-) We love a gadget… well I say wells more like Hubby loves gadgets. He’s also an...

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9 of the best Mom Bloggers & Websites

9 of the best Mom Bloggers & Websites

Two great things to celebrate this week. Firstly, TimeTokens has now launched in the USA and Canada on amazon.com, and secondly it's Mother's Day over there this weekend.  In tribute, here are our favourite mom bloggers and websites from across the pond.  Enjoy! 1.Coolmompicks We love, love, love this site, started by 2 mums Kristen Chase...

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Screentime, Teen Empathy & How to Boost Your Child's Emotional Literacy

Screentime, Teen Empathy & How to Boost Your Child's Emotional Literacy

"Parenting: The Empathy Gap", Lorranie Candy's brilliant piece about teen disconnection and lack of compassion sent shivers down my spine.  Harry is only 9 so not quite there yet but, I did have any early glimpse of what it can be like.  Two years ago during a very wet February half term break...

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