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  1. rjh
    rjh November 2, 2013 at 10:29 am | | Reply

    Another easy alternative is a spreadsheet. When I was diagnosed type 2 I started putting the readings into a spreadsheet. I tweaked and adjusted the columns and charting for a couple weeks. After that, I’ve just used it.

    Lots of people use spreadsheets routinely at work and just need this reminder that a spreadsheet can be a good logbook.

  2. Samantha A.
    Samantha A. November 7, 2013 at 7:55 am | | Reply

    We use a mini spiral-style daily calendar. It has entries for every hour and we just write in the exact time, bg, carb count, and insulin dosage. It’s big enough we can add notes if needed such as if we did a combo bolus, what foods, pump change out day, or a sick day with lots of bg checks.

  3. Joan
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