I bumped into Mike at the ice machine in the lunchroom, and took the opportunity to thank him for all of his time, energy, and hard work on a product that is attached to me 24×7.
At this time, probably around the fall of 2006, I had been in only a few meetings with him [...]Continue Reading →
I was really fighting the blues through the tail end of last week and through the weekend. Really bad. What really kicked it off for me was some job stuff that I thought was going well, but wasn’t. So once again I am looking for work. Freelance, contract, full-time, part-time, a combination of all of [...]Continue Reading →
I have very mixed feelings about this post. One one hand, I am going to share with everyone some things that I have not been comfortable sharing before. I am happy and excited about that. On the other hand, one of the greatest tools we have seen to manage diabetes is no longer being developed [...]Continue Reading →
But imagine if someone told you that you had to drive across the country without a map and predetermine the precise amount of gas it would take to do so, not to the gallon, but to the drop.— Jessica Apple, http://asweetlife.org/jessica-apple/blogs/diabetes-management-blogs/st-happens-so-does-hypoglycemia/35177/
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