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My OA Toolkit (OAT) is an exciting new tool to help members of Overeaters Anonymous while on the go!

You can use My OA Toolkit's Food Journal as a your Plan of Eating Tool for the day or as a way to log your food throughout your day and turn your food over to your sponsor at the end of the day...

You can also use your OAT Food Journal if you become irritable, restless, or discontent throughout your day to get those feelings out of your head and in your journal. It can be like having a sponsor in your pocket and keep you from compulsive overeating!

Personally I use My OA Toolkit Journal to enter everything I eat throughout the day. Then at the end of the day I turn my food over to my OA Sponsor by emailing them my Food Journal for that day directly from within My OA Toolkit. What’s great about this is that I can see my days past entries and Identify patterns in my eating habits and see why I may have overeaten on a certain day...

It also has an Abstinence Date Calculator that will help you track how long you've abstained from Overeating by total hours, days, months, and years.

FEATURES:

• Food Journal / Diary

In addition to writing our inventories and the list of people we have harmed, most of us have found that writing has been an indispensable tool for working the Steps. Further, putting our thoughts and feelings down on paper, or describing a troubling incident, helps us to better understand our actions and reactions in a way that is often not revealed to us by simply thinking or talking about them. In the past, compulsive eating was our most common reaction to life. When we put our difficulties down on paper, it becomes easier to see situations more clearly and perhaps better discern any necessary action.

You could also use your journal to create your plan of eating.
As a tool, a plan of eating helps us to abstain from eating compulsively. Having a personal plan of eating guides us in our dietary decisions, as well as defines what, when, how, where and why we eat. It is our experience that sharing this plan with a sponsor or another OA member is important.

There are no specific requirements for a plan of eating; OA does not endorse or recommend any specific plan of eating, nor does it exclude the personal use of one. (See the pamphlets Dignity of Choice and A Plan of Eating for more information.) For specific dietary or nutritional guidance, OA suggests consulting a qualified health care professional, such as a physician or dietician. Each of us develops a personal plan of eating based on an honest appraisal of his or her own past experience; we also have come to identify our current individual needs, as well as those things which we should avoid.

Although individual plans of eating are as varied as our members, most OA members agree that some plan — no matter how flexible or structured — is necessary.

This tool helps us deal with the physical aspects of our disease and helps us achieve physical recovery. From this vantage point, we can more effectively follow OA's Twelve-Step program of recovery and move beyond the food to a happier, healthier and more spiritual living experience.
Source: http://www.oalaig.org/about-oa/the-eight-tools-of-oa.html


• Gratitude List
If you create a Gratitude List using My OA Toolkit on a daily or weekly basis it will help you abstain from compulsive overeating!

It's been proven that if you put aside a minute or two every day to express gratitude for your life you will feel happier, more determined, more energetic, and more optimistic. — This was proven by a series of studies conducted by Psychologists Robert Emmons and Michael McCullough.

"What you focus on expands, and when you focus on the goodness in your life, you create more of it. Opportunities, relationships, even money flowed my way when I learned to be grateful no matter what happened in my life." — Oprah Winfrey

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Version History

Launched Oct 02, 2014 (over 4 years ago).

Releasing new versions every 3 months, on average.

Apr 25
2018
(Current)
Version 2.9.0

Includes improvements for speed and reliability.

Nov 13
2017
Version 2.3.0

Performance Increases.
Bug fixes.

Mar 06
2017
Version 2.2.3

* New Shiny Icon.
* New Prayer of St. Francis
* New Smaller Font for Prayers.

Feb 16
2017
Version 2.2.2

* Added a new Setting that allows you to swap in and out the New Red Color Theme with the Original Grey Color Theme.
Also Includes all other recent updates:
* Login Remember Me will now work! Sorry for this bug.
* It's now even better! The code will now redirect to the previous page being used before the app was sent to the background. So When adding Journal entries or any other data and a phone call comes in, nothing will be lost.

Feb 15
2017
Version 2.1.8

* Login Remember Me will now work! Sorry for this bug.
* It's now even better! The code will now redirect to the previous page being used before the app was sent to the background. So When adding Journal entries or any other data and a phone call comes in, nothing will be lost.
* Fixed Bug with in app purchases showing unnecessary messages.

Feb 14
2017
Version 2.1.7

* Login Remember Me will now work! Sorry for this bug.
* It's now even better! The code will now redirect to the previous page being used before the app was sent to the background. So When adding Journal entries or any other data and a phone call comes in, nothing will be lost.
* Bug with in app purchases showing unnecessary messages were fixed.

Feb 13
2017
Version 2.1.5

* Fixed the Login Bug. No longer prompts for login when it shouldn't.
* Added back ability to do screenshots.

Feb 10
2017
Version 2.1.4

* Fixed the bug where Nightly Inventory and/or Journal entries are lost if the phone timed out or a phone call was received.
* Spot Check Inventory Emails/Texts now correctly displays Fear vs Resentment for the Who or What Field.

Feb 09
2017
Version 2.1.3

* Spot Check Inventory Emails/Texts now correctly displays Fear vs Resentment, etc.
All Other Recent Updates Included:
* Added Yes/No Labels for Nightly Inventory.
* Added a privacy feature that hides sensitive information when switching between open apps.
* Made the Text Entry for the Nightly Inventory Journal Bigger.
* Reverted my change for the Gratitude Inputs so that they are now the same larger size as before.
* Major performance enhancements.
* Minor bug fixes.

Feb 07
2017
Version 2.1.1

* Added Yes/No Labels for Nightly Inventory.
* Added a privacy feature that hides sensitive information when switching between open apps.
* Made the Text Entry for the Nightly Inventory Journal Bigger.
* Major performance enhancements.
* Minor Bug Fixes.

Nov 27
2016
Version 1.6.0

* Fixed Bugs introduced with previous update.

Nov 01
2016
Version 1.5.1

* Performance Enhancements and Bug Fixes.

Nov 01
2016
Version 1.5.0

* Performance Enhancements and Bug Fixes.

Apr 03
2016
Version 1.2.7

This latest update should fix some bugs related to screen flipping on back button and/or blank screen occasionally showing up on some devices.

Oct 02
2014
Version 1.2.6

My OA Toolkit (OAT) is an exciting new tool to help members of Overeaters Anonymous while on the go!

You can use My OA Toolkit's Food Journal as a your Plan of Eating Tool for the day or as a way to log your food throughout your day and turn your food over to your sponsor at the end of the day...


You can also use your OAT Food Journal if you become irritable, restless, or discontent throughout your day to get those feelings out of your head and in your journal. It can be like having a sponsor in your pocket and keep you from compulsive overeating!


Personally I use My OA Toolkit Journal to enter everything I eat throughout the day. Then at the end of the day I turn my food over to my OA Sponsor by emailing them my Food Journal for that day directly from within My OA Toolkit. What’s great about this is that I can see my days past entries and Identify patterns in my eating habits and see why I may have overeaten on a certain day...


It also has an Abstinence Date Calculator that will help you track how long you've abstained from Overeating by total hours, days, months, and years.


FEATURES:


• Food Journal / Diary


In addition to writing our inventories and the list of people we have harmed, most of us have found that writing has been an indispensable tool for working the Steps. Further, putting our thoughts and feelings down on paper, or describing a troubling incident, helps us to better understand our actions and reactions in a way that is often not revealed to us by simply thinking or talking about them. In the past, compulsive eating was our most common reaction to life. When we put our difficulties down on paper, it becomes easier to see situations more clearly and perhaps better discern any necessary action.


You could also use your journal to create your plan of eating.
As a tool, a plan of eating helps us to abstain from eating compulsively. Having a personal plan of eating guides us in our dietary decisions, as well as defines what, when, how, where and why we eat. It is our experience that sharing this plan with a sponsor or another OA member is important.


There are no specific requirements for a plan of eating; OA does not endorse or recommend any specific plan of eating, nor does it exclude the personal use of one. (See the pamphlets Dignity of Choice and A Plan of Eating for more information.) For specific dietary or nutritional guidance, OA suggests consulting a qualified health care professional, such as a physician or dietician. Each of us develops a personal plan of eating based on an honest appraisal of his or her own past experience; we also have come to identify our current individual needs, as well as those things which we should avoid.


Although individual plans of eating are as varied as our members, most OA members agree that some plan — no matter how flexible or structured — is necessary.


This tool helps us deal with the physical aspects of our disease and helps us achieve physical recovery. From this vantage point, we can more effectively follow OA's Twelve-Step program of recovery and move beyond the food to a happier, healthier and more spiritual living experience.
Source: http://www.oalaig.org/about-oa/the-eight-tools-of-oa.html



• Gratitude List
If you create a Gratitude List using My OA Toolkit on a daily or weekly basis it will help you abstain from compulsive overeating!


It's been proven that if you put aside a minute or two every day to express gratitude for your life you will feel happier, more determined, more energetic, and more optimistic. — This was proven by a series of studies conducted by Psychologists Robert Emmons and Michael McCullough.


"What you focus on expands, and when you focus on the goodness in your life, you create more of it. Opportunities, relationships, even money flowed my way when I learned to be grateful no matter what happened in my life." — Oprah Winfrey

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