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Silicone wristbands are still one of the most popular ways to share what you’re passionate about and promote causes you believe in to people around the world. Reminderband is thrilled to have helped so many people from different walks of life and various beliefs share their messages through our wristbands. Faith has a different meaning for everyone, and with that understanding, we’d like to feature a topic that has continued to grow in popularity: using silicone wristbands for faith.

Where to Start:

There is a wealth of pre-made silicone bracelets including WWJD (What Would Jesus Do?) and many other popular scripture verses and inspirational phrases. Another huge hit is the Philippians 4:13 wristband, which includes the engraving “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me”. These wristbands are affordable and comfortable to wear either longterm or just for an event. They’re perfect for a simple but impactful daily reminder and morale boost.

If you’re looking to fine-tune the message and make it especially personal to you, your family, or group ministry and congregation, check out the personalized wristbands and design your own.

Still need ideas? Whether it’s for personal use or groups and events, there is a myriad of ideas for using rubber bracelets for religious purposes.

Top 5 Ways to Use Silicone Bracelets for Your Faith:

1. Daily Reminders or Personal Motivators

It can be hard to remember what’s most important during your busy day; however, a religious wristband can serve as a gentle reminder to live according to your faith. When life gets rough, a little nudge to keep going and “endure to the end” can help motivate you to make the best decisions (Matthew 24:13). Both sides of the wristband can be customized, giving you plenty of space to engrave your favorite messages.

Other inspirational quotes and motivational phrases can also be used. Whether it’s a simple phrase like “Do Hard Things”, or a quote you love, such as “Every moment is a fresh beginning” (T.S. Eliot), you can add whatever helps you to strive to be your best.

2. Group Activity Wristbands

If you’re part of a ministry or church congregation, it’s common to have activities themed around a specific quote or scripture. Using silicone wristbands for those events makes for an elegant and affordable solution to make the event a success. With everyone wearing matching wristbands, the group will feel even more united. Even after the activity is over, attendees will still remember the experience and the memories they had when they see their wristband.

3. Youth Camps

Like group activities, youth camps for youth ministry, scouting, or just plain old fun can also benefit from using custom or faith-based wristbands. Silicone bracelets can be used to identify different groups at a camp as well as memorialize the experience and serve as a fun souvenir for the kids. See how one such Christian-based camp is using wristbands to elevate the camp experience here.

4. Gifts

Silicone wristbands make great gifts among friends, family, and other church members. Whether they’re given out as a holiday or neighbor gift, a birthday gift, or a “just because” gift, people everywhere appreciate the thoughtful nature of a personalized wristband. This applies in any case, but a message of faith can be especially heartwarming to a friend or neighbor who is going through a hard time.

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5. Fundraisers

Need a great way to raise money without breaking the bank? Rubber wristbands can be designed and purchased in bulk at a better per-band price, which makes them an excellent fundraising option. Wearing a wristband with a well-known quote or scripture verse is an easy way for people to incorporate their faith into their lifestyle, and promote a wholesome cause through donating via your fundraiser. You’ll be able to fund your activity, camp, or other church efforts in no time by reselling these easy-to-design custom wristbands!

Reminderband Customers Who Love Their Wristbands of Faith

We receive a lot of feedback about how our customers are using their wristbands, and we love to hear those stories. Here are just a few that make us proud:

  • One Amazon customer says about his WWJD wristband: “I love this wristband and get a lot of questions [about] what it stands for. It is a great motivation for me and gives me a visual when I need a little reminder.”
  • Carla T. from CA says “I have been ordering from this company for years. Great quality!! This is a way I advertise the word of God through scripture.”
  • Melissa S. from TX says “I love the friendly service and quality of bands. This is the second time using [these] for my nephew’s fundraiser at our church and we are still happy with [the] product.”

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Your Message Matters

We believe your message matters to you, whatever the reasoning may be behind it. We love to hear your creative ideas, stories, and feedback about our products. If you need help to design that perfect wristband, don’t hesitate to reach out to our super-friendly team, here in Northern Utah.

 

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A cool wristband idea from @coach_kenzie on Instagram

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She uses custom Reminderband wristbands as a daily workout reminder for those she coaches. When they’re done with their workout for the day, they can flip them over from “One Thing” to “Done Thing.”

We love this innovative wristband use for motivation and fitness!

 

 

 

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The Wednesday lull is here and the hump is looming! Below are some tips to help you get more done this week brought to you by the Greatist.com.

1. Create routines. Make a habit of, well, sticking to habits. Choose actions like writing emails at a certain time or hitting the gym after work, and try to do them daily. Soon that routine will happen on autopilot.

2. Get enough sleep. Whoever coined the phrase “I’ll sleep when I’m dead” didn’t have all the facts straight. Not getting enough Zzz’s could hinder productivity at work, so try to get those recommended seven to nine hours of snooze time[1]!

3. Wake up earlier. If still able to squeeze in enough sleep, try extending the day by getting up an hour earlier — when it’s still quiet and there are fewer distractions.

4. Step away from the inbox. Incoming emails can be a nuisance. Make a habit to only check the inbox at certain times of the day to avoid getting sidetracked with requests and responses.

5. Make a daily to-do list. Stay away from huge to-do lists. Instead, create a daily list of realistic jobs to tackle, like folding laundry, scheduling a doctor’s appointment, or paying the cable bill. Break up big goals into micro-tasks, like going to a yoga class over getting six-pack abs, or writing a page over completing a thesis. Soon, the small things will add up to big accomplishments.

6. Make a to-don’t list: Bad habits are just as significant as good ones. So make a list of things not to do because they make you unproductive. (We’re staring at you, Netflix.)

7. Don’t multitask. Our brains aren’t wired to juggle too much at once, and we can work nearly twice as fast if we do one thing at a time[2]. (And nope, we’re not talking LOST time-travel.)[3]. So remember those childhood manners and finish tasks one at a time.

8. Silence the phone. When it comes to getting stuff done, sometimes silence is key. Turn off the cell phone ringer — that’s what voicemail is for!

9. Take a midday workout break. Can’t fathom cleaning the bathroom? Or having writers’ block? Working out during the day could actually boost productivity, so the time spent exercising could actually help us get more done later[4].

10. Stay healthy. Just like… don’t get sick. (It may be easier said than done.) But health and productivity go hand in hand, so be sure to maintain good health habits, like washing up after hitting the gym[5]!

11. Do those MITs. Nope, this isn’t college talk. MIT stands for most important tasks, and it’s a way to highlight the items that matter most on that to-do list. At the start of each day, write down a few things that must get done.

12. Hit inbox zero. Sort every email once that inbox is open. Respond, file, draft, or delete. Keeping the inbox clean is key to staying organized and on point.

13. Brainstorm. Take some time to sit and get those creative juices flowing. Without distractions, brainstorming may be the way to come up with killer ideas in record time.

14. Keep a pen and pad on hand. Make like Richard Branson and carry something to catch any useful thought that may come to mind. Get really creative and go DIY style.

15. Shut off social media. Sayonara, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. Social media can be a huge time-suck. Studies have found that it can take up a significant chunk of time at the office, and may even predict lower grades in school. Let’s unpin that.

16. “Eat the frogs.” We swear it’s a real term. Do the task you’re least looking forward to first to get it out of the way. (No guarantees Prince Charming will emerge.)

17. Slow down. Read. This. Slowly. Getting stuff done isn’t always a matter of making it to the finish line first. Take time to reflect, brainstorm, and recharge.

18. Track time. Take a day to record how much time is spent writing emails, reading blogs, texting, etc. We may be surprised at how much time certain activities (ahem, browsing Pinterest) take up every day.

19. Don’t bounce around. Box off a specific amount of time for every task. Assign a chunk of the day for one project, and once that time is up, move on to the next mission.

20. Look back. Schedule some time every week to see what was accomplished and if that schedule needs tweaking for the following week.

21. Tune out. Those headphones will help tune out any distractions. Plus, others may be less likely to interrupt if they see we’re plugged in.

22. Set triggers. Leave reminders around to help remember what needs to get done. Place bills that need to be paid or books to be read out in the open. Stick reminders on the fridge!

23. Eat well. What we scarf down for lunch may do more than satisfy hunger. Certain foods, like salmon, almonds, and carrots, can give us a much-needed boost of energy. So forgo the take-out and be picky at the cafeteria!

24. De-clutter. Get rid of anything in the way that may cause distractions. Put away the dishes, fold clothes, and get rid of excess papers on the desk.

25. Say no. Don’t stretch yourself too thin — learning to say no keeps us focused and may even ward off sickness.

26. Take a break. Carve out some quality “you” time to keep a balance between the busy world and the rest of the day. 

27. Download help. Still need to get more done? Luckily, there’s an app for that.

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