I know I shouldn’t do this to you, but we’re adding some chocolate to the menu! When Kathy Moskal of Verē Goods (pronounced “very”) came forward with the offer to donate some heavenly dark chocolate as additional prizes for the DiabetesMine™ Holiday Survival Sweepstakes I just couldn’t resist. Hey, I’ve tried this stuff and it is off the charts. So now it’s your turn. In addition to nearly 50 other amazing prizes, we’ll be giving…Read more »
Listen up, everybody, because there’s lots of booty involved!
Today, I’m just giddy to be able to announce a contest in which everybody wins:
The DiabetesMine™ Holiday Survival Sweepstakes.
The whole idea is to share some of our best tips about surviving the holiday season with diabetes, have some fun, and share the freebie love! (I’m fortunate to receive lots of complementary D-products to review, so why shouldn’t you all benefit as well?) We have…
A very happy and BLUE World Diabetes Day to everyone today!
Feeling Blue Myself… But for all the right reasons. Read on for an EXCLUSIVE SNEAK PEAK at the Young Voices video competition winners!
First, a note for SF Bay Area locals: Myself and a group of local advocates including Kelly Close and Manny from TuDiabetes be on-site to launch the lighting of San Francisco City Hall in diabetes-awareness blue at 5:00pm Pacific time this…
I just got the official heads-up about the launch of something the JDRF has been cooking up behind the scenes for some time: a new social networking site for young adults with Type 1 diabetes called Juvenation.org. Check it out, and join the beta!
The site leader and moderator is our very own Gina Capone of the DiabetesTalkFest. Wow, that girl gets around!
The site looks pretty amazing with a full forum, media area, and…
** NEWSFLASH: COMMENTS ARE FINALLY RE-ENABLED **
Sincere apologies for the interruption in service for the last few days. I was getting ready to fire-bomb Dreamhost, which for some inexplicable reason decided to disable my comments database. But it seems we are now back in the business of interactive publishing, so feel free to comment away!