How often do you guys & gals have your feet examined?
I’m just thinking back, and it’s been years for me. I think that most endo’s would make it part of the routine for someone like me (approaching 26 years of D in April), and I’m a bit concerned that I’ll have to actually ask [...]Continue Reading →
I think there are plenty of great ideas out there. Coming from so many different sources – books I read (or listen to), blog entries and comments, medical professionals or just plain intuition and luck.
The challenge comes in putting those ideas into practice in your everyday life.
An example. I see a therapist every [...]Continue Reading →
That is what the “target” BG range is like – landing on an aircraft carrier… in a storm… at night!
The “target” BG range is so narrow, compared to falling short (and crashing right into the aircraft carrier, sinking the ship in the process) or overshooting the strip (and falling somewhere in the sea of [...]Continue Reading →
Very quick post -
I tested my blood sugar at 11:11 am and it was 111.
Fun with numbers anyone? I think I’m going to go out and buy a couple lotto tickets, using my last few blood sugars to pick the winning numbers!Continue Reading →
So I just noticed that my quarterly endo appointment is coming up again.
Damn. It feels like just yesterday when I went in there and was thrown into a tailspin with a higher than expected A1C. I’ve been trying to get my head on straight ever since. And now I realize that it’s [...]Continue Reading →
Motivation that would be.
Internal Motivation vs. External Motivation.
I must admit that I am always searching for external motivation, or some external “thing” that will motivate me to get going. Whether it’s a new meter, a new pump, some new software, a new endo, a new support group, reading or writing a blog entry, [...]Continue Reading →
It’s a matter of perspective, but I have a problem with something for which there is always room for improvement. Specifically speaking diabetes.
When is “good” good enough? Our control is measured by our A1C results, at least from the medical professionals, and through their conditioning that number is often times how we measure ourselves.
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I am far too hard on myself.
I beat myself up over every little thing that doesn’t work out perfectly. I get depressed about silly little things and just throw my hands up in desperation. I think about it too much. I analyze every little thing, but when it doesn’t add up (or it adds [...]Continue Reading →
I feel that I am pretty tuned in to my body. I have been forced to pay attention to the little signals my body sends, that perhaps others can easily ignore.
Most of the time I can tell when I’m dehydrated. I can tell when I’m a bit low, and I can usually tell when [...]Continue Reading →
“If the rest of the world understood the inability to actually control this disease, I think we would get a little more empathy and little less blame thrown our way.”— George Simmons, The B.A.D. Blog
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