Category Archive: Blood Sugar Levels

Let’s Talk About Sex (with Type 1 Diabetes)

This post is intended for ages 18 and up as it references adult only activities. Having sex while having diabetes can be a little awkward, especially when its with someone knew or your… Continue reading

Blood Sugars Behind the Wheel

Driving while living with Type 1 Diabetes can be a very frightful thing. I remember back to the days when I first got my license. I was super scared to hit the curb… Continue reading

Dear Aunt Flo

This is a post for my female readers, and those old enough to experience their monthly cycles. To all my male readers, this post may be a little TMI, but it’s your choice… Continue reading

Grinds My Gears

September 23rd “Wordless Wednesday” – Share a picture or video on your blog!

Will My Children Also Have Type 1 Diabetes?

Don’t worry family; I am not pregnant, and there is no way I’d let you find out this way! But honestly, I do have a lot of fears about being pregnant and having… Continue reading

Married with Type 1 Diabetes

Tomorrow marks one year of marriage for my husband and I. It seems like it was only yesterday, but at the same time, we have done a lot in our lives together in… Continue reading

The Marriage to Diabetes

It’s been less than a year for my husband and I. We are still considered “newlyweds.” We are currently about to close on a house. I am trying to understand why people find… Continue reading

Diabetes Awareness — Learn the Facts!

Many people are completely unaware of what good blood sugar control is or how often I check my blood sugar, or how much insulin I give myself and why! Learn more by reading this:

Top 10 Things Diabetes Does to Complicate my Life!

Today I had all intentions of doing yoga after work. Checked my blood sugar after clocking outta work. 69mg/dL. Diabetes didn’t agree. Sh*t! If it weren’t for the fact that this instructor makes… Continue reading

Spring Forward with a Better Blood Sugar

Today I woke up in a daze. The clocks were all different; I was lightheaded and everything around me felt so strange. I just knew my blood sugar was low. I quickly grabbed… Continue reading