A relationship to help with couples: Tokii!

Those of you who are married know how tough it is to stay really connected with your partner once you factor in children and jobs. With all of the other demands of daily life, your couple time together can really take back seat. It is so important in a relationship to appreciate that you need to invest time into it, and not take each other for granted.


Like a successful partnership in anything, marriage takes work, and attention. I have to confess that as a blogger my husband does complain sometimes about the amount of time I spend on my computer. I admit that I am on my computer a lot for my job, and sometimes forget to unplug to just enjoy couple time with him alone once we get the kids to bed. I am making a conscious effort to do that more these days and there is a great new online tool to help couples to do just that.


Tokii couples was created to help couples stay connected in person, online, and through their mobile device app, throughout the day. The goal of Tokii is to turn good relationships into great relationships. Tokii is a tool to help couples stay connected, passionate, and interested in each other. The program uses tools and games, both online and on your mobile device, to connect you with your partner at anytime, anywhere! Trading for favors, and discovering more about each other has never been so fun. Many couples only get to spend an average of 15 minutes a day talking to one another. It is important to set aside some time to re-connect for some real quality time as often as possible.


Tokii works like a self-help app to maximize that time and help improve relationships. The way people communicate in our society is changing, what seems like continually these days, and Tokii provides the tools to help you keep up with the way technology has become integral in our everyday lives and relationships. As for me, it’s time for me to stop writing, shut off my computer, and spend some quality time with what matters to me most, my husband. We are also going to play with the amazing discovery games to learn more about ourselves.

*This is a partnered post. All opinions are my own and not swayed by outside sources.

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  1. Jenna Wood says

    Wow, 15 minutes a day, thank goodness we’re above that average! This looks like it could be a fun growth tool thanks for sharing!

  2. says

    15 minutes a day sounds about right, and we don’t even have kids (unless you count the furry, tail-wagging, 4-legged kind)! Sounds like a fun idea… though hubs and I chat on AIM throughout the workday usually. I’m going to check it out :)