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Category Archive: Blood Sugar Levels

Very Special Thanksgiving Day

Learn how to survive the Thanksgiving Day dinner and balance your blood sugar with the amount of food you are eating.

Yoga with Type 1 Diabetes

Yoga is relaxing. Yoga lets you relieve stress. Yoga will lower your blood sugar level. A few months back, I started a graphic design job at a fitness club. I got a free gym… Continue reading

Father-Daughter Diabetic Style

Not your usual ‘father-daughter’ dance. I couldn’t keep my blood sugars up.. watch to see why! #diabeticprobs My wedding day was definitely a day to fight with my diabetes. I tried to eat… Continue reading

Tattoos With Type 1 Diabetes

I am an inked girl. I also have diabetes, but I don’t let it get me down. Can someone with diabetes get a tattoo? Absolutely! And I’m living proof of that. A few… Continue reading

Does Diabetes Need an Ice Bucket Challenge?

Disclaimer: I did not write this… but the author, Moira McCarthy, really inspired me and made me think completely differently. To find the original article, click here. If you don’t know what the… Continue reading

Wedding Day with Type 1 Diabetes

Now that the wedding is over, and I’m getting back into the swing of things, I wanted to share my experience of managing type 1 diabetes while being a bride.  I have a… Continue reading

My Heart Beats

Today is the big day. Today is my wedding day. Hopefully, I will be having some low blood sugar levels today! I would like to pig out — but I am scared to… Continue reading

Job Interview Stress & Blood Sugar Levels

Here’s my Thursday Throwback: (Well, it never got posted when it was supposed to… and life is a little different now. Read on!) Life has been quite stressful recently. I’ve got wedding plans on… Continue reading

Can You Donate Blood with Type 1 Diabetes?

If you are looking for a straight-forward answer, YES we can! I did a post on donating blood about a year ago… and you can read it by clicking here. At that point,… Continue reading

Here’s to Type 2

Though type 1 and type 2 are both under the “diabetes umbrella,” it does not mean they are one in the same. I have type 1 diabetes, so a vast majority of my… Continue reading