Spring Sweepstakes: Win a Revibe Connect!

Enter to win a Revibe Connect Plus Package — the discrete vibration reminder system that helps children with focus and attention issues to stay on task and boost their confidence naturally. To enter, just answer this question: What do you most hate nagging (or being nagged) about?

ADHD and the Nagging Epidemic

No one likes nagging. We know it plants the seeds of stress and resentment. But sometimes we just don’t know what else to do when homework is entering its second hour, baseball practice starts in 15 minutes, and your child is staring out the window again. That’s when we feel chained to the vicious cycle of nag, nag, nag… until action follows.

How Revibe Connect Helps

Revibe Connect is a U.S. Department of Education-funded wearable that improves focus & attention span with quiet, gentle vibration reminders to the wrist. The device connects to an app that tracks the user’s progress over time and celebrates their improvements. First generation Revibe saw immediate, sustained improvement in 83% of students with self-regulation deficits.

Enter to Win a Revibe Connect PLUS

To win one of two Revibe Connect PLUS packages (a $169.95 value each), use the Comments section below to tell us: No one likes nagging. What reminder(s) would you rather never repeat and repeat and repeat (or hear over and over) again?


Wednesday, May 15, 2019, at 11:59 pm EST.


Only Comments posted with a valid email address will be considered valid entries. One entry per household per day. The editors of ADDitude will select two winners at random and notify them via email on Friday, May 17, 2019.
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Updated on April 29, 2019

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  1. Did you do your homework?? There is a positive relationship between homework completion and submission and academuc performance. There is a positive relationship between parent involvement and academic performance. As children mature we want them to become more independent. Would love a device that reminds him to do his homework so I can nag him about more important things like giving Mom a hug! 😉

  2. I’m always asking is your homework done? Is there any reading you can do? Please read for 20 minutes every night, including tonight.

  3. We’d love to be able to not have to remind him his screen time is over, and be able to have a nudge at school periodically to maintain focus.

  4. Come on I can be on time! Don’t loose track of your time! What it’s 6pm already!!!! Where is my time? Gone again! Late again! Dear God please help me to FOCUS!

  5. Focus! Where did you last lay your phone down? Retracing all my steps, I begin to panic because I don’t remember…I question, where have I been today? My phone tries to keep me organized, but when you can’t find it, my whole life goes put of control.

  6. My wife constantly is telling me that I should be able to remember what has been discussed in previous conversations or to not interrupt someone while they are talking. Also, to look at things more closely because often the item I’m looking for is right in front of me! Lastly, “Drew you need to focus!” Is said in my house regularly. It’s not my intention I say!

  7. There are plenty of reminders that I want to stop saying such as: brush your teeth, take your shower, get up and get dressed, did you do your homework, did you put it in your backpack, did you pack your lunch, did you sort your clothes . . . I could go on and on. I know my child tries, but they gets easily distracted doing ordinary things and has to be reminded and/or redirected. I love my child, but sometimes I hate hearing myself say the same thing every day!

  8. Having to be the one to remember everyone what they need to be doing or if they have done something they needed to get done. For me I nag myself to do the simple house hold stuff. When you have ADHD and have to be your families rock and you are a hot mess, if something goes wrong or someone forgets something, they blame you for not reminding them.

  9. One thing at once Katie, (while brushing my teeth, feeding the dog, one sock on) try again Katie, one thing at once.
    im starting to even think , one thing at once is my name and so do my dogs ha ha.

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