Here at the ‘Mine, we are constantly amazed and in awe of the work that so many folks are doing in the name of diabetes awareness. From parents of children with diabetes, to adults with diabetes, to even siblings and spouses and friends, there are so many worthwhile advocacy projects that we’d like to showcase … So we’re launching a new series, called Amazing Advocates (for lack of a better term ), because these folks…Read more »
Like many of you, Allison and I have been spending time reflecting on the past year, and thinking about where this new year might take us.
Turns out, this month’s Diabetes Social Media Advocacy DSMA Blog Carnival asked just that question:
What is the one thing you are looking forward to in 2012? (diabetes related)
It’s hard to pinpoint just one thing, but here’s where the thought process took us both:
As veterans in the diabetes blogging community, Amy and I are often asked how people can get started or get more involved in social media. If you’re unfamiliar, it can feel like a huge undertaking, so it’s not surprising that many people are hesitant about jumping in feet first. Plus, the discussion continues about whether social media really does make a difference. This month’s Diabetes Social Media Advocacy (DSMA) carnival poses the question:
The topic for this month’s Diabetes Social Media Advocacy (DSMA) blog carnival kind of made me do a double-take. Under the auspices of “what you should know about people living with diabetes,” the specific prompt question is:
What types of decisions and frequency of diabetes-related decisions do you make in any given day?
Uh… to quote a recent source here at the ‘Mine: what the frappuccino?
To me, living with diabetes is all about…
The funny thing about diabetes is that it can actually be, well… kinda funny! Although diabetes on the whole is no joke, there are plenty of moments in living day-in and day-out with this chronic illness madness that provide some chuckles. This month’s Diabetes Social Media Advocacy (DSMA) blog carnival is all about the lighter side of diabetes. Laughter certainly is one of the best medicines for PWDs. Here are Allison and Amy’s answers to…Read more »