When I say “that” I mean everything, including recovery. Here are a couple that I use and really enjoy. There are a few more out there but they are not rated very high, and really don’t look as professional and user friendly as these. A La Ha app is on my wish list but it might be awhile. If you have any ideas for our app I would love to hear them!
Twelve Step Companion
The home screen tells you exactly how long you have been sober.
The entire Big Book is on it and you can search by page number or table of contents.
This app also gives you how many days you have been sober but has the added feature of keeping track of meetings, phone numbers of friends in recovery. I really like the little journal where you can record words of wisdom you hear at a meeting. The travel feature is really helpful for you road warriors. It has every Intergroup number! When you find a meeting you like out of town just save it to your favorite meetings, you know exactly where to go when you come back!
Visually stunning! Affirmations are updated every afternoon at 1pm, a little pick me up to get you through the afternoon slump!
On a side note, Hazelden has a few of their daily devotional books as apps. I haven’t bought them because I already have what I need on my Nook.
Do you have any other favorite apps I may be missing?
At least that’s the way I shop. :)
Are you looking for that perfect gift for your friend in recovery? Or maybe you keep a wish list for yourself? Either way here are a few ideas….
These girls were in San Antonio at the World Conference, they had a booth right across from La Hacienda in Sober Ranch. I wanted everything they were selling!! The jewelry is beautiful and understated. The T’s are artistic and inspirational. It looks like a men’s line was recently added also. The funny thing is I was actually on a Sober Vacation with 2 of the girls a few months before the conference, what a small recovery world!
Have a hard time remembering to hit your knees is the morning? Check out the God Pillow!
This is like the Wal-Mart of recovery gifts. They have EVERYTHING!
Can you imagine 10,000 Texas alcoholics and addicts in recovery taking on the Texas State Capitol? I bet it is going to be memorable. I keep thinking back to the AA World Conference last year in San Antonio, there was so much love and peace vibrating throughout downtown. Looks like we are taking that love and peace to the steps of our State Capitol on October 1, 2011. Texas Recovers! has a serious mission and they are saying it loud and clear. The goal is to increase opportunities for people seeking recovery and to support their friends and family. Check out their website and become a member, http://www.texasrecovers.org/. I just did :)