Category Archive: Diabetes Unsorted

T1D Science, Explained: What is nPOD?

We all want a world without type 1 diabetes (T1D). The fact is, to find life-changing results for ourselves and people all over the world living with T1D, we need to study the… Continue reading

Things Only a Person with Diabetes Would Understand

Although Type 1 Diabetes is a manageable life condition, we all need to find a little bit of humor in in too! Here is a list of things that only people with diabetes,… Continue reading

Tips for Purchasing Life Insurance When You Have Type 1 Diabetes

Since having the twins, I’ve become concerned for their future. What if something were to ever happen? How would my family survive? These concerns become a reality when applying for health insurance. Take… Continue reading

A Note to Myself

This tiny little blog is starting to grow. I am starting to feel like I am making a difference in this little diabetes community. But how many of us are there really out… Continue reading

Without Diabetes?

I came across Rachel’s post not to long ago where she asks herself “Who would I be without Type One Diabetes?” I had to stop reading and think about my answer. I have no… Continue reading

T1D Exposed Nude

Hope you are all having a wonderful Diabetes Awareness Month! For those like me who battle with type 1 diabetes on a daily basis, it can be very difficult. Sometimes you feel like… Continue reading

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

Seeking Men!

We are seeking men with Type 1 Diabetes! Bret Ringdahl, a T1D and PhD student at the University of Georgia, is researching barriers to care and insulin adherence (especially with boys and adult… Continue reading

App for Diabetes | Kickstarter Campaign

Hello to all my followers! There is only a couple short days left to support this kickstarter campaign that will help parents to manage their child’s type 1 diabetes. Below is a press… Continue reading