We review a lot of books here at the ‘Mine, but rarely do we have the opportunity to review one that we’re actually featured in! That’s why it’s a special honor to share the news about the release of My Sweet Life, by Beverly S. Adler, PhD, CDE, a new anthology of essays written by 24 dynamic women living with diabetes. And our fearless leader, Amy Tenderich, is one of them! … along with other…Read more »
Ladies: ever wish you could find the perfect group of girlfriends who “get you” and your diabetes too? Well, now you can!
In another amazing feat from the Diabetes Online Community (DOC) in terms of inventing new ways for social media to impact PWDs’ lives, Brandy Barnes, founder of the DiabetesSisters online community, has just unveiled a cool new matchmaking platform with many of the attributes of online dating sites! Except this one is also…
What woman with diabetes can’t relate to this?!
Thanks to funny gal, CDE, and interim D-artist Theresa Garnero for this one!
* ENTER THE FUNNIES *
We’ve got a roster of talented D-folks regularly joining us here at the ‘Mine, but we’re still looking for folks from the community who’d like to be included in our monthly DOC Cartoonist Spotlight.
If you’re an artist with a funny bone for D-art, we’d love to hear…
It’s always refreshing to read educational books about diabetes that are written by people with diabetes. Somehow, the combination of thoroughly researched information coupled with a realistic perspective is key in making diabetes education tolerable. And we can’t think of a better researched guide to the nuanced life of a woman with diabetes than Amy Stockwell Mercer’s new book The Smart Woman’s Guide to Diabetes — which we previewed in Amy’s guest post here at…Read more »
While we’re on the topic of women with diabetes this week, who hasn’t yet heard of the Girl’s Guide to Diabetes? It’s a must-visit for all us super-sweet females, run by type 1 sisters Sysy and Ana Morales. Sysy is a great DOC friend, frequent commenter here at the ‘Mine, a wife, mother of twin toddlers, diabetes advocate, and a freelance writer.
We are delighted to feature her take here today on a girls’ view…