Lee Ann Thill is one of my favorite people around. She is super smart and plugs into the emotional side of life with diabetes with experienced perception.  She’s been wrestling with type 1 diabetes for a long time. She get’s it.

Looking to take her smartness [...]

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Today’s post is intended to help Bennet spread the word about a survey on MyGlu.  I am a supporter of what the T1D Exchange (of which Glu is a part of) is all about, and am happy to help whenever I can.

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I was recently contacted by Lucy, a British journalist working to spread the word about the state of diabetes abroad, especially in third world countries.  Please, read on to hear Lucy’s story.

“I wish I had AIDS, not diabetes” (girl, aged eight)

For those living with diabetes, daily life can have its challenges. When my [...]

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Are you familiar with TED Talks?  I can’t remember how I first heard of them.  I started watching and listening to them a couple of years ago and have been really moved by a few of them.  If you haven’t seen any of them, or have never heard of [...]

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A couple quick “tidbits” today:

1) I recently read a post on Wendy’s blog about a new blog that her mother is starting.  Wendy’s mom is looking to connect with grandparents or other extended family of those living with diabetes and/or celiac.  It got me thinking.  Those of us [...]

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