Hey there, D-Peeps!
February may be a shorter month, but that doesn’t mean our Diabetes Online Community is short of amazing content. With love in the air as usual this Valentine’s month, we wanted to follow that theme by showing our love for fellow D-Bloggers who’ve bared their hearts and souls once again in a month of outstanding posts!
Here are 13 “must-reads” that caught our eye this month:
Our D-Community came together again…
Hey there, D-Peeps!
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…
Today marks the end of another year, amazingly. Please read our 2012 Year in Review to get the ‘Mine’s perspective on the year now nearly behind us. Tomorrow, we step into a brand new year!
Before that happens, though, we are taking a look back at some of the great posts in the Diabetes Online Community this past month. As usual, there are so many… and we’ve done our best to highlight a handful that…
It’s officially National Diabetes Awareness Month as of today, Nov. 1 — so get out your blue and start celebrating/advocating!! We’re excited to kick off the month by hosting Best of the ‘Betes Blogs awards for the previous month, October. We were wowed to receive nearly 40 nominations!
But before we get to the awards, we wanted to mention a couple of serious items important to all members of our Diabetes Online Community:
Welcome again to 2012! Last year, we launched a monthly recap of the best blog posts we’ve seen around the blogosphere, and now we’re back with even more awesome posts that can’t be missed. As always, we love reader participation, so please feel free to send us your recommendations for the next round-up.
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