Nuggets of Wisdom! FREE!

I don’t know if there are any people who are diabetic, and have heard of the internets, that have NOT become fans of Amy Tenderich and her fabulous site, DiabetesMine.  If you are one of those people, please, please, please swing on over there and become familiar with all that Amy has to offer.

Over the holiday period I was excited to participate in The 2008 DiabetesMine™ Holiday Survival Sweepstakes.  Through this contest she was able to give away a TON of great prizes, and we all learned so many little tips and tricks (henceforth called “nuggets”) that people use to help tame the diabetes related challenges that the holiday season brings.

Not wanting all of that wisdom to just melt away with the holiday cold and snow, Amy recruited Allison Blass of Lemonade Life and Gina Capone, blogging at and Diabetes Talkfest, to help put together something that will be around longer.  Introducing “NUGGETS of Wisdom from the Diabetes Community”!

Cover art for "Nuggets of Wisdom" e-book

Click on the image to check out and download your own copy!  It was an honor and a privilege to participate in this great program.  I hope that you are able to pick out a nugget or two that will help you as you travel your journey of living with diabetes.

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6 thoughts on “Nuggets of Wisdom! FREE!

  1. Hi there! I am so happy to have stumbled on to your blog. Thanks so much for taking the time to do all of this! I am also a Type 1 Diabetic, I have been for about 22 years…since the days of testing my blood glucose via urine and NPH Insulin! I am now 32 and very healthy. I have 2 healthy kids, but I lost a baby when I was 5 mos pregnant last year. This has been torturous to me mentally. My OB believes I had scar tissue in my uterus because of Diabetics problems with circulation / healing, but my Endocrinologist thinks it may have been ole’ fashion bad luck. Anyway, I have a lot of experience with the problems and mental strain Type 1ers deal with. I also love that you post your A1c’s! I have looked at other people’s posts about their control and they always seem perfect, which I KNOW is impossible. I am in good control now, not so much when I was younger and dumber. I am so glad I found you! Get back to me when you have a moment.
    I am thinking of blogging about my daily life as a Type 1 and how it effects my parenting / job, etc…I just want people to have a resource to see how the real life of a Type 1 can be…the foggy moments, the difficult ones and what I do to cope and lead a mostly normal life.

  2. Thanks for the shout-out, Scott — and thanks a million for your help! We’re very excited about the eBook. Gina Capone really kicked it on the design!