Click here to View Recovery Podcasts        
Subscribe Now



TransitionsDaily is an Open, Online meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous.This online meeting is a combination of email and discussion. Through a private the Google group, we distribute one daily email to members with the topic of the day, accompanied by daily devotions. We encourage discussion about the daily email in our Secret Facebook Group, TransitionsDaily. Our Facebook group is not searchable nor are members viewable by non-members. Our primary purpose is to carry the message of experience, strength, and hope to alcoholics who still suffer.  We are truly encouraged by the friendships we have developed in our recovery. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. We believe the “Spiritual Awakening” as described in Step 12 is a result of working the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.

Any questions or issues can be directed to

You have 3 Options to Participate in Transitions Daily:

1.  Receive a daily email from Transitions Daily: send an email to with “Join” in the subject line. You will be manually added to the closed Google Group TransitionsDaily.

The members of this group cannot be seen by other members or by non-members. You are completely anonymous with no sale or disclosure of membership to other members or the redistribution of emails of any kind. Once you have been added, you will receive a confirmation email. Please allow 24 – 48 hours for entry. You will then receive one topic email daily.

2.  Join the Transitions Daily Secret Facebook Group: send an email to with “Join Facebook Group” in the subject line. Make sure and either send from the email associated with your Facebook account or specify your Facebook email in the message. You will receive an invitation via email to join the secret Facebook group where all discussion takes place. Every day the topic email is also posted in the Secret Facebook group. It is suggested that you turn on your notifications to be reminded of new posts.

3. Subscribe to the Transitions Daily Podcast: We cannot sign you up for a podcast. Depending on your phone, you will need to pick a podcast provider. There are many free options. You will have to investigate yourself or ask a friend that listens to podcasts to explain the process.

For iPhone
For iPhone, most use iTunes. You should have a podcast icon on your phone. It is recommended searching "how to sign up for podcasts on an iPhone" in your favorite search engine or in iTunes for more information.  

For Android
Android is not that simple. There are several different podcast apps. We know several who use the free version of the Stitcher app. It is recommended searching "how to sign up for podcasts on android" in your favorite search engine.

Regardless of what service you use, search for "Transitions Daily" and subscribe. We also list a number of recovery podcasts at the bottom of this page. 

Topics are posted Daily via Podcast, Email, and Facebook!

Any questions or issues can be directed to





Top of Page


             Recovery Podcasts


Transitions Daily is aware that these podcasts are not AA nor AA approved. We think of these as being similar to an announcement at a live meeting of an event or function that is for the good of AA members. We hope you enjoy!







   Artwork for Chapter 28 Tao Te Ching – Being the Valley; Learning to be the source for those in our lives rather a drain on everyone around us! Lao Tzu
Subscribe Now

Feel free to share in meetings, with friends, sponsors, and
especially your sponsees in recovery!  You can also download the Transitions Daily Flyer by clicking on the link below to use in your service work!

TransitionsDaily EGroup
"The A.A. Groups themselves ought to be fully supported
by the voluntary contribution of their own members."

TD Web Site

 Last Updated on 12/07/2019

                                                                                                Top of Page

Copyright © 2001 - TransitionsDaily - All rights reserved.
Transitions Daily is not Alcoholics Anonymous and is not intended to be a substitute for real live regular AA meetings.