Your support of JDRF’s plan to turn Type One into Type None has led to real progress. Because of you, research advances like these are possible. Thank you for your commitment to JDRF. IMMUNE CELLS PROMOTE BETA CELL GROWTH Developing therapies to regenerate beta cells lost in T1D is a high priority for JDRF, as… Continue reading Countdown to None
Feb 26 “Wordless Wednesday” – Share a picture or video on your blog!
Sometimes it feels good to have the freedom of not wearing an insulin pump. This isn’t one of them. I usually change my pods at night, around 9 or 10 pm, shortly before going to bed. For me, that’s the easiest time because I am usually at home, where all of my supplies are too.… Continue reading A Pump-less Day!
So many people say things without even thinking! When I tell people I have diabetes, certain thoughts tend to just pop out of their mouths, it can be frustrating because while those thoughts probably weren’t meant to be hurtful, but sometimes they can feel that way! Here are 3 important questions you should never say… Continue reading 3 Things You Should Never Say to a Person with Diabetes
I’ve been thinking a lot lately. Not that I don’t think normally, but just thinking a lot about alternative ways to wear my OmniPod. I’ve worn it on my arms, and I tend to run into doorways. My sides are starting to hurt, my arms can be annoying, and I refuse to put it on… Continue reading Site Change
Feb 19 “Wordless Wednesday” – Share a picture or video on your blog! (and how did you feel? How did you act?)
Type of Diabetic I mean. Yes, its that wonderful day of the year that we all are happy to be in a relationship with someone we love, or might one day love. It’s that day when all the single ones get annoyed with all the lovey dovey crap going around. It’s that day when I… Continue reading You’re My Type