Monday, November 3, 2008

An Email from TabUp

I got an email from Mike Sasaki from TabUp, and I just wanted to share it with you all. The email goes:


Hi Henry,

I found your blog "A Day in the Life of a Four Year Old" while looking for parent bloggers. Wanted to tell you about TabUp
, which helps to organize and prioritize routine activities and keep tabs on groups, people and activities. With TabU
p, you can organize your daily activities better, strengthen group interaction, and make sharing information fun and easy.

TabUp helps to stay organized and to keep track of a child's school activities including their studies, assignments, exams, projects and so on thereby helping parents. Whatever grade the child might be in, TabUp takes care that parents are well prepared to meet their challenges. With TabUp parents can help their child in their science project work, solving mathematical problems, homework assignments etc.

Parents can hone their child's skills and discover their hidden talents and skills, be it photography, sewing, gardening, knitting, jewelry making or cooking. TabUp also provides ample information on parenting, children's health, a healthy lifestyle and more. Get healthy recipes, exercise tips, medical advice; you name it and TabUp has it.
We'd love to hear what you think about TabUp. A mention in your blog would be great.

Thanks,
Mike
www.tabup.com

Yes, we swore off of sponsored posts on this site and I just wanted everyone to know that this is not a sponsored post. I just wanted to share this email with all of you guys and I also hope that maybe a fellow parent blogger would drop by and find TabUp interesting.

2 comments:

richard said...

Hi friend...just visiting...how's shopping

Ralph said...

Thanks for the TabUp tip. I gave it a try and have created tabs for the kids soccer team, neighborhood association and scouting. It's nice to bring it all together in one spot. Looking for a RSS feed from your blog to add to my TabUp home page. I've made TabUp my browser start page, since it's putting together all the stuff in my life.