Tag Archive: Sugar

Diaversary – Anniversary of being Diagnosed with Diabetes

If you read posts in the diabetes community, you will see that diabetics refer to their diaversary — or the anniversary of when they were diagnosed with diabetes. It feels like diabetics seem… Continue reading

Holiday Travel With Diabetes

The pilgrims traveled for 66 days to make it to the “new world.” Do you travel for Thanksgiving or other holidays? What tricks or tips do you use to navigate airport crowds, traffic-filled… Continue reading

Diabetes Routine

November 11 Veteran’s Day – Veterans Day marks end of World War 1 in 1918 on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. Is there something you do every… 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

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

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

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

Medical ID Bracelets Bringing Attention

About 2 months ago, I got a medical ID bracelet…. But instead of it being jewelry, I decided to tattoo it to my body. I’m sure there are plenty of people out there… Continue reading