Tag Archive: diabetes blog

Over-Treating a Low

Yesterday I was running around at work, hadn’t eaten much lunch, and of course my blood sugar level dropped. I checked before leaving work, and knew I needed to get something to eat… Continue reading

Relationships & Diabetes.. Who is Negatively Effected?

I just read an article about how type 1 diabetes negatively effects your intimate relationship! (Click here to read what article I am talking about.) “Type 1 diabetes negatively impacts patients and their… Continue reading

Lucky Number 36

The last two mornings, I have woken up with a blood sugar level of 36mg/dL! Scary, yes I know! But, at least I woke up. Was just thinking I should probably play that… Continue reading

YAY! A Slimmer OmniPod!

I was talking with a diabetic friend of mine today. She is looking into getting back on the pump, and had some questions for me regarding the OmniPod. First off, there seems to… Continue reading

Dating with Diabetes

How do you explain to your new date that you are a type 1 diabetic? Here are some tips for some of the younger folks out there!

College Life with Diabetes

I recently read a forum about a Type 1 Diabetic, High School Senior, who is going away to college in the fall. She wanted more insight as to what college life is like… Continue reading

What is a Type 1 Diabetic?

Lots of questions have been floating around on my youtube channel recently about diabetes and how I manage it. Well, what really is the difference between a type 1 diabetic and a type 2… Continue reading

Test Strip Shortage — UPDATE!

After spending hours on the phone this morning, speaking to those who work at Insult Corporation, it was brought to my attention that my test strips should have arrived in the mail already.… Continue reading

Dealing with Diabetes While Being Pregnant

I read a forum a couple weeks ago about a woman, not much older then me, who is a type 1 diabetic and also about 6 months pregnant. She had been discussing whether… Continue reading

Why Support JDRF in the Walk to Cure Diabetes?

JDRF is the world’s largest charitable funder of diabetes research. My team name is Calla’s Crusaders. To learn how to donate or join my team, visit http://www.walk.jdrf.org or find us on Facebook my… Continue reading