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Tag Archive: Endocrine Disorders

What Issues Are Important?

November 2 Election Day – What issues are important to you? If you could tell your representatives one thing about diabetes, what would it be? This is a very simple one… find a… Continue reading

Endo Appointments & The “Kid” Talk

Since it’s that time of the year, I made an appointment with my endocrinologist to get my flu shot. I just want to firstly say, I love this endocrinologist… and he really does… Continue reading

The Bloodless Finger Test

I recently got a comment on my blog asking about finger pricks, and trouble getting blood for a test. Have I ever had this issue? YES! Most definitely! When I was first diagnosed,… 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

Blood sugar madness!

So last week I was complaining of higher than normal blood sugar levels… And I believed it was due to stress. Well, now I’ve completed my papers, walked across that stage at graduation, and… Continue reading

I’m not Perfect

I am certainly not the most perfect diabetic out there, nor do I do claim to be! I mess up my sugars, I don’t eat 100% perfectly, and I don’t wash my hands before checking… Continue reading

Stress & Diabetes

If you haven’t realized, I haven’t been posting on my lovely little blog too often lately. Why is that you might ask? Well I am currently in the last few weeks of my… Continue reading

The a1C Results Are In!

Yesterday was a hectic day, but I did have the time to run to my Endocrinogist appointment, and I wasn’t yelled at! Phew, that is always a good feeling that I am doing… Continue reading

Does $1 Make a Difference?

I am sure I am not the only one out there who hates the people who beg for money… especially when they say that money is going towards _Blah, Blah, Blah___! Who cares,… Continue reading

Thank You for Joining in The Walk to Cure Diabetes

This is exactly why I work hard every year to raise money for JDRF to help find a cure for Type 1 diabetes. It’s not the amount of money that is important, it’s… Continue reading