Seeing the Good in Mild Diabetes Burnout

Good BG Bad BG

Sometimes, all it takes is one bad reading. It comes at the wrong place or time (often both), and it pisses you off. I’m referring to the mild case of diabetes burnout that I experienced this week. I call it … Read more

Body Image and the OmniPod: What I Didn’t Consider

Body Image and the OmniPod: What I Didn’t Consider

Approximately six months ago, I made the decision to go on the insulin pump. The thought of changing insulin therapy scared the hell out of me, but I was ready to see how pumping might improve my health. My pump … Read more

People Disgusted by CrossFit’s ‘Open Diabetes’ Coke Tweet

Crossfit Diabetes Tweet

In a tweet Monday CrossFit’s CEO Greg Glassman took credit for the above image. It created a backlash on social media. Mostly among people with Type 1 diabetes and parents of Type 1 kids. Many parents were incensed that Mr. … Read more

10 Memorable Moments from my Disney Cruise

10 Memorable Moments from my Disney Cruise

When I was in middle school, my parents told my brother and me that once we graduated college, we would take a family vacation on a Disney cruise. I didn’t believe them up until this past November, when they informed … Read more

11 Diabetes Things I’ll Tell You That Health Care Providers Won’t

11 Diabetes Things I’ll Tell You That Health Care Providers Won’t

Last week I had lunch with a friend who’s also an extraordinary diabetes nurse. Waiting for the meal she asked, “Why aren’t you injecting now?” I didn’t say what she expected, “It might take longer for the food to come … Read more

I love you, I hate you Toujeo

Toujeo

Toujeo is the new basal insulin from Sanofi. It’s not quite a replacement for Lantus as Sanofi will continue to sell Lantus. But, since a generic of Lantus will be coming on market later this year, it’s a new product for … Read more

Falling in Love with my Father Now That It’s Almost Over

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My father began to leave us, mentally, two years ago. We were looking at photos on my mother’s computer when he pointed to his granddaughter on screen and called her his Aunt. My mother, brother, his wife and I looked … Read more

Dexcom Dependence

Dexcom Dependence

Something happened on the way to the kids’ school today that made me realize how psychologically dependent I am on Bisi’s CGM, and, beyond that, the Dexcom Share program that we just installed a week or so ago, that lets … Read more

Why It’s Not Your Fault You’re Struggling With Your Diabetes

Why It's Not Your Fault You're Struggling With Your Diabetes

You decide as you roll over and pull yourself out of bed that today will be different. Today you’ll stick to your diet, eat only healthy foods, start that walking program and remember to take all your pills or shots. … Read more

#DBlogWeek Day 7 – Continuing Connections

#DBlogWeek Day 7 – Continuing Connections

Did #DBlogWeek fly by this year, or what? I’m really glad that I had the chance to participate again this year. I like having the chance to do some exploring with the prompts provided by Karen at Bitter-Sweet! This topic … Read more

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