Finding new and innovative ways to log our diabetes info is all the rage these days. While some companies are manufacturing new gadgets to help us log and track blood sugar readings, medication doses, carb counts and more, many new apps have been created by PWDs (people with diabetes) who live with the overflow of numbers everyday. In fact, these awesome D-entrepreneurs were the inspiration for our recurring Small But Mighty series on grassroots solutions…Read more »
Hola! Today is Diabetes Art Day, time again to tap into our best artsy skills to show the world what it’s really like to live with diabetes.
Did you forget?
Don’t worry: There’s still time to break out the colored pencils, crayons, scissors, paint and glue to get all creative! While you’re working on your own contribution, there’s plenty of D-Art popping up around the Diabetes Online Community (DOC) to offer a little inspiration should…
One of classic rock artist Tom Petty’s great tunes is called “The Waiting,” and the chorus proclaims that “the waiting is the hardest part.”
Well, when it comes to diabetes doctors, Tom Petty got it wrong. That’s not the case. At least not for me.
No, the waiting to see my endo is actually the easy part. Scheduling and actually going to my appointments is the hardest part in my Diabetes World.
Case in point:…
Hard to believe we’re a month into 2013, already!
We’re pleased to continue with the monthly recap of fave D-blog posts from around the Diabetes Online Community (DOC) we started back in 2011. This year, we look forward to highlighting even more awesome posts that shouldn’t oughta be missed. As always, we’d love to hear from you re: any others you think are worth mentioning.
Here’s a sampling of what caught our eye in January…
As a book lover who happens to be a person with diabetes, I am pretty much the kind of guy who can’t resist checking out any and every book about this illness.
So I was especially excited when we heard that the fabulous Riva Greenberg was publishing her third book, and I’d have a chance to review it here at the ‘Mine!
For those who don’t know Riva, she’s lived with type 1 for 40…