I supported the Droplet on Kickstarter. So should you.

dropletThe nice folks over at Droplet reached out asking if I'd help support their Kickstarter campaign. I'm asked to promote products more and more, and this is the first one I think is unique enough to share.  I get no kickback - in fact, I spent $ to support them and I think you should too!

Here's why: It's so seldom that I come across a new productivity product that feels truly helpful, especially since I'm not a big believer in gadgets.  Droplet is a physical button that records habits, sets reminders, and even triggers notifications to others and automates online orders via their app.

Just place on any object (vitamin bottle, gym bag, meditation chair, supply closet, etc) and when pressed, the button tracks your habits and so much more.  You've gotta watch the video!  It's one of those "why didn't I think of that" products.

The best gadgets help us to live a better life offline, and I think Droplet will do that. Let's help get them funded before May 19th.  Click here to donate via Kickstarter.


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