Let’s be honest with each other- we’re all friends here, right? (Well some of us at least.) But anyways- let’s be honest! I’d be willing to place a large bet that most people with diabetes have had an endocrinologist appointment with diabetes burnout (hey- could be another specialist even- hey… maybe it’s not diabetes but … Continue reading 9 Tips For Making the Most of Your Endo Appt with Diabetes Burnout
I feel like goldilocks right now, but how I wish there were only three bears and in turn only three choices to pick from. I’m always looking for just right. Sometimes I get close. Sometimes I figure out what is just for me, but then I change or the just right thing goes away. Well, … Continue reading T1D Camp for Adults (Survive and Thrive Bootcamp)- It’s Just Right
I’ve had to do a lot of getting back into shape- which with diabetes- can be an adventure! It took me a few stumbles, but I had to push myself to not push myself too hard when getting back into shape.
Thanks 2017! Are You Ready 2018? I started doing posts like this towards the end of 2015 and before 2016 started. I did another for the end of 2016 and before 2017. This year… well- it’ll be at the beginning of 2018 and after 2017 ended- and probably… for the most part it’ll be a … Continue reading Thanks 2017! Are You Ready 2018?
Challenge for Diabetes Awareness Month: Let's Stop Pointing the Finger It’s Diabetes Awareness Month! I feel like I’ve been on a little marathon with awareness months since September- PCOS then ADHD in October. But here we are- it’s November- World Diabetes Day is around the corner on November 14th. You’ll see the hashtag #NDAM floating … Continue reading Challenge for Diabetes Awareness Month: Let’s Stop Pointing the Finger
I wanted to share some of the updates on the crowdfunding campaign to get this book published!
It's PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) Awareness Month! It’s September, and it’s PCOS Awareness Month. What is PCOS? Healthline defines PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) as “a condition in which a woman’s levels of the sex hormones estrogen and progesterone are out of balance. This leads to the growth of ovarian cysts (benign masses on the ovaries). … Continue reading Ask Me About PCOS