The next post in "Sex, Chronic Illness, and Mental Health" is all about PCOS and endometriosis.
Moments like these. Where I know I've gotten to the last item in my tool kit... It sometimes hits me in all the wrong ways. Where I judge myself and feel like I'm failing- where I need to take a step back and not just take care of myself- but have to say not today-
I had all of these plans this week. My to do list was ready. I had all of these writing plans this week too. Well this post wasn’t even in my plans- but it’s probably the only one I’m cranking out. I’ve been running low since the middle of the night on Monday/Tuesday.... I would probably … Continue reading Low Whining and WTF Diabetes
I don't think this will be a shock to anyone- BUT I LOVE CARBSSSSS! and maybe- I'm not supposed to admit it out loud- officially- but it's true. I love carbs. (shhhh- don't tell anyone- even though it's not a secret) (not my image) like Phyllis from "Confessions of a Type 1 Diabetic with a … Continue reading I have T1D and PCOS (and it’s no secret) BUT- I LOVE carbs!
Unfortunately, I couldn’t attend the Boston Women’s March this weekend (you can read about why on my Instagram post). But- seeing all of the involvement really inspired me- oh so much! That plus why I couldn’t go continues to add to my passion about why this- and beyond this is so important. (plus all of … Continue reading We have more advocacy to do
It's New Year's Eve- I'm getting ready for a relaxing night to bring in 2017. My blood sugars have not been where I like them for almost 6 months- thanks to... hmmmm- I want a better word for the constant period that's been happening.... OOOOH! "PCOS & Endometriosis Flair-Up." YUP. That's it. That's what's been … Continue reading Alright… I’m Over this Whole Impact of a Period on My Blood Sugars
We've all heard it- "teens/young adults with diabetes are hard." Okay... so what are we going to do about it? Besides judge. and hard? Each situation is different. Each person is different. You can't just categorize one word for everyone the entire time. There's so many more words to choose from... But "hard" that's over-generalizing … Continue reading Teens with Diabetes are “Hard”- That’s Overgeneralizing