How could a guy possibly refuse an invitation to blog here at Diabetes Daily?
David & Elizabeth have built a staple of not only the diabetes blogging community here, but the diabetes community in general, and I was simply honored by the invitation to become part of the team.
I am excited [...]Continue Reading →
I can’t express how beneficial this medication has been for me so far.
Where has it been all these years? How have I made it so far without it?
It’s been somewhere around three weeks so far, maybe a little more, that I’ve been using it.
Week one was on the pen, and it [...]Continue Reading →
It has been almost two weeks since I started experimenting with Symlin.
While it has been pretty scary adding another variable into the mix, the benefits I’ve experienced show that this tool has some real potential to help me.
To be honest, while I’ve been cautious with this new tool, I’ve also not done it [...]Continue Reading →
A buddy I work with found these in a vending machine at a bowling alley. He just HAD to buy them for me.
No, I haven’t tried them yet… If they were Cheesy Tots in a bag I’d be all over them. Maybe.Continue Reading →
Have you ever been excited about something and dreading it at the same time?
I recently had my endo appointment. A1C is up, which caught me off guard. But considering we’ve just made it through the holiday season and all that jazz I guess I can’t be too surprised. Still bums me out a bit. [...]Continue Reading →
Are any of you familiar with “Where’s George” ? Maybe you’ve gotten a one dollar bill with that website stamped on it? It is basically a fun website where people can go to see where their paper currency has been. The bills can be tracked by their serial number, and if many people [...]Continue Reading →
I have another bad habit that I would like to share with you all.
I often grab handfuls of food here and there. Most often after I eat an unbalanced meal that leaves me craving something more, and most often I am pouring dry cereal into my hand and eating that.
Maybe it’s like a [...]Continue Reading →
My family and I were recently at one of the YMCA’s in the area.
My wife and I were walking around the track. It’s up on the second level and goes around both the basketball gym on one half and then the kids recreation area on the other half. It’s a good setup because at [...]Continue Reading →
“Living with diabetes is like living with a tiger. If you feed it, groom it, never turn your back on it; you can live with a tiger. If you neglect it; it’ll pounce on you and rip you to shreds.”— William “Lee” Dubois
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