Gramr Wants To Help You Turn Expressing Gratitude Into A Habit

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As an expat, the proliferation of mobile devices is one of the best things that has happened in the seven years since I moved to Asia. I can send silly photos or pour my heart out to friends all around the world — New Zealand, the U.S., Australia, England, Lithuania, Sweden — anytime I want. But those moments of connection often feel fleeting and the more time I spend abroad, the more I worry that I’m not doing enough to keep my relationships from gradually evaporating. That’s one of the reasons I was excited to learn about Gramr, a startup that wants to use the subscription-box business model to turn gratitude into a habit.

Currently on Kickstarter, Gramr has already raised more than twice its initial goal of $15,000, which shows that there are plenty of people who are also looking for deeper ways to connect with important…

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