I wanted to take a few minutes today to introduce myself as the new assistant editor here at the ‘Mine. While I am not new to the diabetes community, some of you might not be as familiar with me as others and I wanted to make sure that we could all get to know each other.
I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes nearly 17 years ago, on January 27, 1994 (funny how…
It’s been a while since we’ve visited our “Small But Mighty” series, profiling the many “Mom & Pop companies” run by PWDs for the good of the community. Today we talk with Ryan Brown, a 26-year-old from Tennessee who was dealt a surprising blow when he was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age 25. Not not one to sit on his laurels (or sorrows), Ryan decided to use his graphic design talents to launch…Read more »
Like my buddy Scotty J of Scott’s Diabetes Journal, I’ve got some big changes for 2011 to share with you all, which I’m very excited about too. I am pleased to announce that DiabetesMine.com has joined the Alliance Health Networks family of social media websites serving our growing community of people living with a wide variety of chronic conditions.
Say what? Yes, you heard correctly: we’re teaming up with Alliance Health to help bring you…
We’ve all heard them at one time or another — those insensitive comments that just make you cringe. But what do you say back? We might wish we could share the snarky comeback on the tip of our tongues, but that isn’t always a good idea, especially if this is someone you’ll have to see again (a family member, friend, etc.). A few weeks ago, D-mom blogger Joanne was inspired by a “D-wit” post from…Read more »
New Year’s Resolutions. They’re easier made than kept, right? People with diabetes, well, we’re known to make “resolutions” about once a quarter or whenever we get our latest A1c result back. But as we turn the calendar from 2010 to 2011, here are a few tips for making sure your diabetes resolutions are successful… no matter what time of year.
OK, it’s a cutesy acronym, but we’ve found examples of this goal-setting method all over…