Please don’t judge me for getting excited about finding toaster strudels in the freezer this morning.

I did everything right. I tested my blood sugar, I counted the carbs, I even set a mental timer for when I could actually eat (doing the pre-bolus thing).

But as my morning escaped into [...]

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Snatch & Diabetes

On April 4, 2014 By

This being one of my favorite movies has led to some really interesting discussions…

I wish the world could have seen how big my grin was when I found this Tweet & Twitter Account.

In the quiet words of the virgin Mary, test again.

— Prick Top (@PrickTop_type1) March 25, 2014

“Finger-pricking, pig-feeding [...]

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I recently had the honor of spending an hour with Emily and the TuDiabetes.org family talking about my life with diabetes, my work in the diabetes world, and a bunch of other fun stuff. We even had a surprise cameo appearance by the one and only Continue Reading

I’m super excited to be joining the awesome Emily Coles at TuDiabetes.org for a live interview on Thursday,  March 20, 2014 at 4pm EST/3pm CST/1pm PST.

I have a TON of things I can talk about, but I’d love for YOU [...]

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I’m happy to spread the word about the Diabetes Scholars annual fundraiser at Friends for Life this July. This year sounds amazing!

Mary Podjasek, tireless champion and President/Executive Director, Diabetes Scholars Foundation, describes the evening:

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Dr. Korey Hood is one of my favorite people. He training to run the 2014 Boston Marathon (!!) with Team JDRF on April 21st, and could use some help.

I love Korey because he’s a great guy, and he has dedicated his life to helping us with the hardest part of living with diabetes – [...]

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Before I talk about how much I enjoyed reading Kerri’s book, I need to disclose that she is a close friend. In general, I’m a fan of all she does. I’m also honored to be mentioned and to have contributed a few quotes in this book. There’s no way I can offer an unbiased review [...]

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Opening a new book and finding it easy to read is a treat. It takes a lot of skill and talent to put words together in a way that’s easy on the brain and doesn’t cause fatigue. Using those words to put together a good story is a special talent all of its own. Put [...]

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I’m really enjoying my work with the team at mySugr. They make learning fun.

Exhibit A (my favorite part starts at 1:37…):

There’s an inside joke buried there that made me laugh out loud – so naturally I’m going to share it with [...]

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I can’t believe this will be the fifth year of diabetes art day (February 3, 2014).

Diabetes art day is always a special event, but this seems extra special to me. I had a chance to talk [...]

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