Have you heard about Insulin for Life USA? Well, if you haven't... I hope you're ready for something pretty wonderful! Insulin for Life USA (IFL USA) is a not for profit organization with a mission to rescue unused diabetes supplies here in the United States. We provide insulin and other diabetes supplies free of charge … Continue reading Help Spread the Word about Insulin for Life USA’s New Documentary!
So- I’m saying it out loud. I’ve been in diabetes burnout the past few months. When did it start? Honestly, I cannot pinpoint an exact date, but I’d have to say it started this spring at some point. It definitely seems like it was a little and then continued to add to itself to start … Continue reading Diabetes Burnout Happens- And It’s Not a One and Done Type of Thing
"I hope the days come easy and the moments pass slow And each road leads you where you want to go And if you’re faced with the choice and you have to choose I hope you choose the one that means the most to you And if one door opens to another door closed I … Continue reading Hope Fills My Heart
I'm really excited to share the first guest post on my blog! (and that it's written by one of my closest and oldest friends. We met at Camp Kudzu in 2003, and even though she moved to PA... we stayed close!). I've thought about guest posts, but once she shared these tips with me when … Continue reading Guest Post: Tips to Alleviate Sore Spots from the Sensor
We all know how I'm passionate about mental health and LOVE Mental Health Month! I'm excited to take it back to the post from 2014. and whewwwww- I wrote a long one. So I'd like to compare and contrast to see how I differ from now and then with this post. Alright- we ready? What … Continue reading #DBlogWeek Day 4: #TBT: What Brings Me Down
So last week, Murphy’s Law hit. My pump malfunctioned. I wasn’t getting my insulin. My blood sugars were running higher and ketones hit. When I decided to pull off my pump, I couldn’t turn it off… That was a fun Sunday night/Monday morning… But now I have this new one that turns off pretty easily. … Continue reading Being Prepared for What-If’s