Have a Spoonie Day!
Based on the hugely popular Spoon Theory, this app helps you manage your "spoons". Track and monitor your daily activities to see how they affect your mood and energy levels.
- SIMPLE INTERFACE: Life Shouldn't be Complicated
- ML DRIVEN INSIGHTS: Discover trends with your Activities
- EASY PLANNING: To Help you Save your Energy
Great for those looking to learn spoon theory as well as experienced spoonies looking for a better way to manage their day.
HAVE A SPOONIE DAY!
Fixed issue causing some user to not be able to login.
Ratings and Reviews
It’s good but...
I think this app has been very helpful for me but it won’t keep me logged in. It’s not a huge deal but it’s kind of frustrating to have to type it all out every time. I also think it’d be better if I could pick how many spoons I have everyday instead of a set amount. Everyone is different.
Good app, and here are some suggestions
I think this app idea is wonderful and a great start! I would love to HAVE A way to set the number of spoons I start with on a day on a day by day basis, as sometimes it is clear I wake up with more or fewer spoons! Right now I simply recalibrate the way I use the 12 alloyed according to my energy, but if I set spoons at start of day, then I could track that as a useful metric. I’d also love to have some predetermined tasks, or be able to save tasks, like the tiimo app has. If this app could communicate with another task app (eg reminders) that could be useful — then I would have a collection of things I might want to do and I could decide if they fit my spoons. I can do that now but it requires switching between several apps. I love this app, and find it a very useful way to structure my time, as I have progressive MS
No stats for spoons?
I love the concept of this app. I’ve actually been looking and hoping to find a spoons app so I can pay more attention to my spoon use. But this app is also really confusing to me, and lacking.
First, as far as I can tell, every day starts out with exactly 12 spoons, even if you’ve “borrowed” spoons for activity from the day before. Maybe it’s assuming that sleep resets your spoons? But that’s not the case with every person. If I had to borrow spoons yesterday, it’s going to take a few days to make those up and get back to baseline.
Second, there are no stats on your spoon use. There’s only stats for your mood. I already track my heart rate, hrv, symptoms & mood, food, etc. all in different apps for the purpose of gaining insight and managing living with chronic illness. So what is the point of the effort of tracking my activity and spoons in *another* app if it isn’t going to give me any insight? How many days do I go over 12 spoons? What activities are often costing me the most spoons? What days to I manage my spoons better and why?
I really hope that this app continues to be developed and features added. Developer, the above are some suggestions!
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- Blackburn Labs
- 44.9 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 10.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.