fbpx
Home » Blog » Me in a Tree Family Fun with a Purpose!

Me in a Tree Family Fun with a Purpose!

This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy.

Powered by Mom Blog wants to share this wonderful Family Website that helps build communication, fun family time and more!

Introducing Me in a Tree!

Me in the Tree is a wonderful resource for parents and children that helps connect family members, build bonds, helps parents and children learn to work together effectively but in a fun manner and so much more. They have so many wonderful resources that are set up to full of fun like having family huddles, things to do which is not a list of chores but ideas and suggestions for the family to do things together! It makes things easy with as they put it magically adding things to the calendar such as activities and events to help make things easier to make time for family fun!

me in a tree characters

Would you like to see any or all of the following?

  • Are looking for a closer family bond
  • Give your children practical skills they can use to create fulfilling lives
  • Happy children who listen to you? I think every parent wants this one!
  • Wish you could enjoy your family more
  • Talking to and sharing with one another more
  • Managing your time more effectively
  • Creating more time for family
  • Reconnecting with your spouse
  • Understanding your family’s strengths and weaknesses
  • Teaching your children the things they need to know as they grow up
  • Reducing stress
  • Teaching teamwork
  • Building self-esteem
  • Having more fun as a family

Me in the Tree has parent resources to help you build skills like good listening skills for you and the kids and it’s fun not nagging! The site is easy to use, fun and creative. You can also try it out for 2 weeks for FREE and no credit card is required!

I’ve signed up for this trial so I could check it out and I like what I see so far! Each family member can set up a profile and choose an avatar. I know that my daughter will love this and so will hubby as they both love computer games which is almost what this feels like! Here’s a screenshot of me setting up my profile 🙂

me in a tree 1

 

The parent support section has forums, resource center, blog and an Ask Eva section, their resident expert. It just has to make you smile at how much fun it can be yet it’s a very useful resource! I personally love the video center as I know my daughter does as well. She prefers to watch videos to learn things and I think it’s a very effective tool that makes things fun for children and adults too!

My absolute favorite section which is going to be my secret weapon to help me get hubby and daughter to be organized with duties and chores and not realize it because we’re having fun is the My Duties section. Well hubby might realize it but he will think we’re helping our daughter when we’re really helping each other but in such a fun way as they make parts of it a game like with Star City where they can build constellations by completing a duty! Take a look below and you will see what I mean.

me in a tree my duties me in a tree my duties 1

 

I could go on and on but I think it’s time for you to discover for yourself how much fun Me in a Tree is while it’s helping you build our family’s bond with fun and useful resources! Go and check it out and once you do the FREE trial you probably won’t want to stop using Me in a TREE. GO HERE to see Me in a Tree.

 

By on March 7th, 2013

About Powered by Mom

I’m Michelle aka Powered by Mom. I’m married with one daughter, my hubby was my high school sweetheart, our two dogs Nyx and Cleo and our cat Oliver. As you can see we’re a family of animal lovers. We love to travel when we can, try different food and activities all over the world and enjoy being together. My passions are writing, travelling, creating new recipes, encouraging people to adopt not shop and just to enjoy life while we can.

More posts by this author.

9 thoughts on “Me in a Tree Family Fun with a Purpose!”

  1. This Sounds Like A Great Program You Did A Very Nice Job At Sharing This With Us I Cant Wait To Read The Follow Up This Sounds Like Something Great To Do With The Boys They Are 8 And 11 Thank You So Much

    Reply
  2. I would love to read our follow up, also. I am interested in whether this is more of a fun site, that inadvertently gets families to come together and cooperate, or whether it directly addresses issues. I’d also like to know if it would work on adults… it’s more problems with them than the children, by far!!

    Reply
  3. I like your article on family’s doing things together, communicating, together, working together and etc. If we had more of this we wouldn’t have so many kids in trouble. they wouldn’t have so much time on their hands either, They would have family values.I am very impressed by your article.

    Reply
  4. Sounds like an awesome program and one worth looking into. As a single mom with three kids ages 14, 7, and 5, I could use some tips and tricks to making things easier for all of us. 🙂

    Reply
  5. THat sounds like a great program. I’m anxious to read your follow up after you’ve participated in the trial program.

    Reply

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.