The HabitAware team is super excited for our “no pull” bracelet, Keen, to be part of Target’s Open House!
From their website, Target Open House shares: “Consider it your home for possibilities, built to show you just how to bring them to life. Open House is located in America’s tech hub of San Francisco. It is a place to experiment with and purchase products, learn about possibilities and connect with creators. In the evening, Open House turns into an event space, hosting discussions, presentations and collaborations.”
Beginning November 16th, 2017, Keen by HabitAware will be showcased in the “Garage” area of Target Open House, as one of fifteen hand-picked, new and inventive products.
The Keen smart bracelet by HabitAware helps you or your child manage subconscious compulsive behaviors by knowing when you are doing them and bringing you into awareness so you can take control. Keen has already helped thousands of people worldwide, and we are ecstatic to partner with Target to share Keen with thousands more.
Bay Area friends, come check Keen out in person at Target Open House, 115 4th Street, San Francisco, CA through December 14th, 2017.
On December 12th, from 10:30am – 1:30pm PT, I’ll be at Target Open House for a “Spotlight” Event. If you live in the San Francisco / Bay Area, please sign up for an Eventbrite ticket, or just swing by. I’d love to meet you in person to get your feedback, help you get set up for success, or have a mini bfrb support session!
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When I received my Keen, I trained it for twirling and hair pulling on the left side of my head and for skin picking on the top of my head. I really appreciated the option to change the detection settings depending on my body position, since I usually do my habits most when I’m laying on the couch or sitting at my desk. I hardly ever take Keen off! When my Keen is charging, I still wear the strap as a reminder to help train my brain. I even wear it to sleep!
In today’s guest post, our Keen family member, Amber Bodeur, who’s been “Conquering with Keen, now shares how she found the courage - and the support - to start a support group in her hometown.
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