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Attention to detail

One of the things that I do when I’m attempting to get back on track with my diabetes management is to test more often.  If you’re like me, then you tend to slack off on testing when your control has been good for a while and/or when you’ve been less …

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Circles and Loops

There are moments when moving in circles and loops can feel like a waste of time.  Going over and over the same route can seem fruitless.  When I think back over 2012 in regards to my diabetes, it seems as if I’ve been going in circles and loops.  I make …

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Channel surfing with diabetes

When I was a young girl we didn’t have remote controls.  We had a tv that had a dial that you turned; no buttons, just knobs.  When you wanted to watch something on the boob tube (my father’s name for it), you looked in the TV Guide, chose your show …

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Don’t eat all the things!

My diabetes has been playing fairly well lately; at least it hasn’t been in my face.  Or, maybe I’m just ignoring it more?  It doesn’t really matter why, but I just haven’t had to think about it much lately.  That’s not to say that I haven’t tested or thought about …

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Have a little faith

Winter seems to bring about more holidays than the other seasons.  I always wondered why that is.  There is Hanukkah, Christmas and Kwanzaa; holidays that celebrate faith, renewal, love and hope.  Maybe we need to be reminded of such good things during the dreary days of winter.  Today’s post isn’t …

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Let’s talk about food.  Food has become rather complicated since I was diagnosed with diabetes and I’m sure you can all relate to that.  I’ve worked very hard over the years to identify the best way for me to eat in order to control my blood glucose, eat in a …

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One voice, speaking for many

Last week I had the distinct honor of being a member of a discussion panel at a meeting of the Boehringer Ingelheim and Eli Lilly and Company Diabetes Alliance in Connecticut.  This meeting was held to discuss their companies’ use of social media, specifically in the area of type 2 …

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How to meet amazing people

Here are the easy steps you need to follow in order to meet an amazing PWD for dinner: ·       Leave your house at 5AM and drive for 3 hours to get to the airport. ·       Board a plane and sit in it for 4 ½ hours. ·       Drive from the …

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