PLAN, TRACK & MANAGE
WITH THE SPOONIE DAY APP
Your life shouldn’t be complicated, so the Spoonie Day App has a simple interface with ML driven insights letting you discover trends with your activities helping you save your energy and plan your day. Spoonie Day centers around the “Spoon Theory”, which is an elegant way of describing what it’s like to live with a chronic illness.
Our NEW FEATURES make it
even easier to track your spoons!
At spoonie, we are in conversation with our users; we strive to keep improving functionality without hindering your experience and have made improvements to help you track your spoons:
Replenish Spoons: We here at Spoonie feel that you can clean and reuse some of your spoons, and we want to make sure that you can track that too. And it's not just us. Our users have also requested this, so now you can also follow these recharging activities like taking a sensory break and getting fresh air; the only limit is your imagination.
Copy Activities: At Spoonie, we want to help you get the most out of your spoons. Do you regularly Have a day that looks a lot like yesterday or even a week ago? We have added the ability so you can copy activities from previous days. You will now be able to copy it over and save time by not manually typing everything out.
Easy in-app Account Deletion: Did Spoonie Day help you get over a rough patch, and now it’s time to clear out the app from your phone? There is now an easy way to delete your account and all your data from within the application.
SPOON THEORY &
Spoonies - this is for You
Spoonie Day centers around the “Spoon Theory” - an elegant way of describing what it’s like to live with a chronic illness. This community now often calls themselves "Spoonies" and identify their energy consumption in relation to spoons.
The Spoon Theory was coined by Christine Miserandino, writer, blogger and patient advocate, the theory was fashioned over lunch as she explained to her friend what it was like to live with lupus. The story is told on her site and certainly worth a read if you are not already familiar with it.
As for me...it felt like someone had crept into my home - and locked all the doors. I was diagnosed with Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis (PPMS) after I had just given birth to my 2nd son less than 3 months prior. The word “incurable” made me feel helpless - I had to take control, somehow.
In my quest for applications to help me get through my days and new life, I was surprised to find there wasn’t a Spoon tracking app; so I decided to build it myself. I can't make my disease go away; but I can help our community have some hope in at least planning their activities to make life seem more manageable.
Track, Plan, and Manage your Spoons
Life Shouldn't be Complicated
ML DRIVEN INSIGHTS
Discover trends with your Activities
To Help you Save your Energy