snort… too funny!
lol! sorry my friend.uh jeeez.there is a reason very few people use any sheet given to us.they suck.as you know its to basic.it doesnt show everything.is that good or bad? a lot of times i think i over complicate it by showing every little blink breath tear and swallow. i have different charts for different things. one chart i use/made has room for b.g.,exercise, how long,calories burned and consumed.i only use it when the doc needs to know what a typical week might(notice i said might)be like as it relates to eating meds and exercise. good luck scott. lmao i see us all walking around like that now!!
very funny and not so funny … I too re-started journaling again two weeks ago !!
Clock is to Flava Flav as Clipboard is to DOC?
Love this video, Scott!
Love this. Love you. We NEED the Scott & George Tour Bus!!!
I LOVE this video!
P.S. It was 137 at 1:44 :)… or was it 144 at 1:37? Ha!
So funny! I admit to keeping a log on my computer but some days there just isn’t enough room to tell the whole story. I love, love. LOVE the clipboard on a lanyard. Hahahahaha
Dang dude, I TOLD you to WRITE IT DOWN!!
I am so happy I got to work early enough to finally see this. Thanks for the shout out brother and be careful with that clipboard. I thought you were gonna smack yourself in the face!
That was hilarious!!!!! Seems like only my CDE wants to know everything on occasion, even the brands that I eat. The doctors just download my meter and look at that info. If the Scott and George bus tour came to the Bay Area I’d come see it
He he he – very funny! I HATE logging my daughter’s data. It takes all day! It is usually pointless. Nobody ever really looks at it and it doesn’t contain enough detail to really be useful. Luckily, her doc downloads her pump, meter remote, and CGM data and doesn’t ask for the whole paper log thingy.
That is hilarious! Very inventive and if they go on the market, I am definitely buying one!
Great video Scott. I hate it too when you forget whether you took your insulin or not – using a pen there is not record of whether you took your insulin and later on you start to doubt yourself (like “did I leave the iron on” when you go on holiday).
By the way, your 4 January A1c level of 7.0 looks right on the money – well done!
Use Telcare’s Wireless Blood Glucose Meter. It automatically sends your test results to a secure database. You and the people who support you—healthcare providers, family, anyone you choose—can view the information anytime.
Interesting timing Catherine – I just received a review model of the meter and will be giving it a try over the next few days. I’ll write up a post with my thoughts on it.
Oh Scott, you are the Bomb! That video was great. I don’t keep logs anymore there is just too much to keep track of.
clipyard! hilar! and dude, that is one badass ringtone too.
Log books are difficult to use consistently, I have done best using a pocket size weekly calendar for BS, and diabetes info and notes – although it is mostly for my use as my doctor downloads my devices for data
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