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Keep track of everything you want to do with MrOwl
I have a gypsy soul and ADHD all wrapped up in my life as a mommy. There are so many things I want to try that my brain goes on overload and I forget half of them. Plus, I have this insane craving to always be on the go, traveling somewhere, anywhere really. In the month of June alone, I decided to plan 6 different trips, leaving only enough time for them to unpack and repack our suitcases.
As you can imagine I need a place to keep track of all the places I’ve gone, the places I want to go, and all of the other things I see online and “need” to try, read, or buy. I recently heard about MrOwl, and it has become a perfect place for me to keep all my interests organized.
MrOwl is a FREE new social platform that lets you grab and share knowledge about the things that inspire you. You can use the MrOwl website from your computer or download the free MrOwl App so that you can add content and engage with others on the go. The App is perfect for me because I can contribute to community branches or add content to my own while traveling, running errands or doing what I do most, sitting on the bleachers of my kid’s football game.
How MrOwl Works
The Sign Up! process is quick and simple just type in your name and email. Then you can add a picture and description to create your MrOwl profile. MrOwl is organized into branches, so once you are signed up you can start adding branches for whatever topics you would like. The topics are completely up to you: food, travel, parenting, crafts, whatever your interests are, you can create branches for them. Once you create a branch, you can add subtopics within the branch. For example, in my travel branch, I have 3 locations as subtopics so far. This is so I can organize the content that I’m saving by place. When I create a food branch, I will likely create subtopics for breakfast recipes, lunch recipes, dinner, snacks, restaurants, etc.
Once you have started creating branches and subtopics if you choose to, you get to add content. This is the fun part and it’s incredibly easy. You just click on the button that says, “add link” to add a link from a website or click “add photo” to add pictures to your topics.
You can add links and photos from the website or the app, making it simple to use and easy to keep engaged with other users.
This is my Profile:
The branch I have created first is “Family Travel” because that is what I am most passionate about. I plan to add several more branches because as a mom, I have a thousand things on my plate that I like to stay on top of. Like recipes, kid’s clothes, cheer, football, local events, parenting tips, the list goes on and on.
Within my branch, I have subtopics for Florida, Boston, and New England so far. I started with these 3 because I have written hundreds of blog posts about these areas. However, I will be working on a South Carolina and Georgia subtopic next.
I added links within each subtopic to my blog posts that feature travel spots in each location, along with some of my favorite pictures for the area. I can’t lie creating the Boston subtopic got me a little homesick, but it was so much fun adding my content and now I’m loving looking at the branch.
MrOwl is such a great space. You can search and add your interests and get streamlined results at your fingertips. Make sure you Download the MrOwl app to get started!