Category Archive: Life With Type 1 Diabetes

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

A Look Into the Future…

Blogs tend to morph over time, as interests shifts and life happens: Ebb and Flow. With the New Year upon us, I would like to reflect back to when I started this little… Continue reading

Tips for Traveling with Type One Diabetes

The holidays are just around the corner. Many diabetics may be traveling from one city to another to be with loved ones. During the year, people may also travel for business or vacation… 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

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

New House, New Projects, New Fiances, Same Diabetes!

Finally a blog post slightly more personable than diabetes or blood sugar related. We have closed on our first house. YAY! There is a ton of work that has been done, and a… Continue reading

Type 1 Diabetes + Beach = List of Essentials

This past weekend, my friends, siblings and I went to the beach. Yay!! Just what everyone wants to do on a gorgeous 90 degree weather day. Unfortunately, for those of us suffering with… Continue reading

Common Myths About Diabetes

National Diabetes Month is upon us. I was recently asked about what I thought people without diabetes, or unfamiliar with diabetes, should be made more aware of. People are oblivious. People are ignorant. People… Continue reading