Tag Archive: CGM

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

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

Temporary Medical Alert Tattoos

I think its a wonderful idea for children (and anyone who’s not old enough or brave enough to get a real tattoo) to use these temporary medical ID tattoos.

Gaining Control

With that extra encouragement from my doctor (and my husband), I feel like I can get it into a ‘normal’ or ‘acceptable’ range more quickly than ever before.

This Holiday Season

2014 was a great year and I definitely feel like I am improving my life, both physically with my diabetes and emotionally.

Fall Back

If you haven’t already known, your supposed to turn your clocks back one hour tonight — which means an extra hour of sleep! Most people would be excited for this, but I am not so much. What could that extra hour do to my blood sugar level?

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

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

Calibrate on a Steady Trend

As this image illustrates, you can enhance your CGM sensor precision by calibrating it when on a fairly steady BG trend line. This is helpful anytime and every time you calibrate (i.e., enter… Continue reading

Site Change

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… Continue reading