Tag Archive: diabetes blog

How To Use the NEW OmniPod!

So I am still on a kick about my new Omnipod Insulin Pump. I am addicted, not that I wasn’t before (because I always need my insulin!), but now I am just more… Continue reading

The New Omnipod System

Recently I posted about the issues I have encountered since getting my new Omnipod. I thought I would post  a video to my youtube account to actually show you the differences between the… Continue reading

Hiding Your Diabetes?

I find it interesting when other diabetic people say that they are out in public that they run to the bathroom to check their blood sugar levels! How many people really do that? I… Continue reading

Sugar Free vs. Regular

One ice cream cone is sugar free, one is regular. Can you tell which is which? I think it is ridiculous how much of a size difference there is between food products that… Continue reading

A Not-So-Good Night’s Sleep

Firstly, Happy Father’s Day to all the dads and dads-to-be out there! Now, back to my topic, a not-so-good nights sleep. Last night before going to bed, my fiancé had one of his friends… Continue reading

A Memorable Diabetes Day

Since I was on vacation last week, and have had quite a bit of things going on, I somehow missed this whole “Diabetes Blog Week” event that happened. I am sorry, but I… Continue reading

Car Wash to Benefit JDRF

Yesterday, thankfully, turned out to be a very nice day. We had a car wash to benefit my team Calla’s Crusaders in the 2013 Walk to Cure Diabetes. I just wanted to share… Continue reading

Forgetting About My T1d

I know everyone looks at this blog to read about diabetes, but this time I am getting a little bit more personal. I was in Myrtle Beach this past week with my boyfriend,… Continue reading

New Dexcom G4

I have been receiving a lot of emails from Dexcom advising me to upgrade to the new G4 system from my Seven Plus system. That is great, and I would absolutely love to,… Continue reading

Can Diabetics Donate Blood?

We had a blood drive at my church last week, and I called Red Cross to see if I was allowed to donate. The person I spoke to said yes, as long as… Continue reading