5 Wedding Planning Tips for People With Diabetes

Wedding Planning Tips for People with Diabetes

I have Type 1 diabetes, and I recently got married. It was a smallish wedding with 65 guests at a local farm. We rented out the cabins on site, had bouncy houses and a mechanical bull, an all you can eat roast beef dinner, and a bonfire. Read more

You Can Help Support People With Diabetes

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Dear Reader, When you or a family member lives with diabetes, you know it’s a 24/7 battle. You know that often the emotional struggle is harder than the physical one.  And if you’re like most in our community, you know … Read more

Holiday Baking Kit Giveaway

Holiday Baking Kit Giveaway

We’re thrilled to be partnering with Casabella, Silpat, PackIt, and KitchenIQ to give you a chance to win these lovely (and useful) products. Read more

Bob’s Red Mill $100 Gift Card Giveaway

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Happy World Diabetes Awareness Month!  This year ASweetLife has teamed up with All Day I Dream About Food, Low Carb Yum, KetoDietApp, and SugarFreeMom to bring you exceptional and original holiday baking recipes.  These terrific bloggers are helping us spread … Read more

Get Involved in the INSPIRE Study


Jill Weissberg-Benchell, a psychologist and CDE in Chicago is inviting people with T1D and their loved ones (partners, spouses, parents) to participate in a focus group with other PWD to talk about your hopes and expectations of new diabetes technology. … Read more

#Insulin4all Campaign Calls For Submissions

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The organisation T1International is calling for insulin and other vital diabetes supplies? ?to be made available for everyone with diabetes as part of their World Diabetes Day campaign.
The #insulin4all? campaign is led by T1International? and ?a charity partnership group called? ?The Access Alliance?. Read more

7 Ways to Eat Sugar Snap Peas

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What’s incredibly crunchy, low-carb, nutritious, and a fantastic vehicle for hummus or vegetable dip? Sugar Snap Peas! Despite their name, they’re a refreshing, healthy versatile choice for people with (or without) diabetes. Read more

How to Choose Medical ID

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It’s a relatively small thing, but it can be a literal lifesaver: medical alert jewelry. For people living with diabetes (or allergies, or asthma, or any other chronic condition), a simple bracelet or necklace can reveal medical information when it’s most important. And there are thousands of options for medical jewelry – from the standard stainless-steel oval-and-chain bracelet to gold cuffs. So how do you choose one? Read more

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