When people care about others, sometimes it can lead to worrying. A mom wondering if her son is safe off at college. A daughter wondering if her elderly father is okay now that he’s living alone. An aunt who thinks of her niece and nephew halfway across the country.
Worry is natural. But excessive worrying can lead to stress for the worrier, and a feeling of intrusion for those being worried about.
We’ve found the ideal balance. SnugNote let’s you know that the most important people in your life are safe on a daily basis, but without excessively intruding into those people’s lives. And, conversely, we let you give peace of mind to the people that worry about you.
Each night we remind users to let us know when they are in for the night. Doing so takes only five seconds, and the following morning, we let everyone that’s shown they care about you know that you were home safe. We never say when you checked in, only that you did.
Every morning we send out a report that lets users know that the people they care about were safe for the night.
SnugNote strikes the ideal balance between peace of mind and privacy.
We let friends and family stay better connected, and improve on those connections by getting the “worry” part of caring out of the way.
Try it out today and see how much only 5 seconds a day can improve your most important relationships. Just visit snugnote.com.