Browsing All posts tagged under »bloodsugar«

Vacationing/Traveling with Diabetes

May 20, 2015

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Recently, I was asked to write about being on vacation with diabetes.  Over the years, I have traveled the world with diabetes in tow, and I will tell you, it is possible – as long as you plan accordingly.  Planning and preparing is essential. In order to plan and prepare I would recommend the following: […]

Losing Control

August 8, 2012

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I woke up at 2 am feeling nauseous and flu like.  Oh no.  Was I getting sick?  Oh no.  My intuition was to check my bloodsugar.  Test, test, test. I found my purse, pulled out my phone (needed the flashlight on it) and located my blood machine.  I did all this in the dark of […]

Are We Really In Control of Our Diabetes?

July 25, 2012

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Yes. Yes. Yes.  If you so choose… It is completely up to you.  Yep, no getting around it.  The control lies within each and every one of us.  In our minds, actions, and thoughts. What, you may be asking? Let me explain… Diabetes is a challenge.  Let”s get that on the table.  No question about […]

It is Not Forever. Really…

April 17, 2012

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I have been a slacker.  Well, not really…but kinda. It has been two weeks or so since I last wrote a post.  But I have a good excuse.  One week we were on vacation, and every week I have been too tired and nauseous to really focus on writing.  It is taking all my energy […]

Letting Go

March 29, 2012

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Letting go is easier said then done… I had to email my bloodsugar numbers to my endocrinologist today, and I started getting a bit nervous.  Overall, the numbers are great for a pregnant diabetic, but not perfect.  There were a few higher numbers which I know will be a red flag for my endo. But […]

Is Diabetes a Mindset?

February 9, 2012

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  Is diabetes a mindset?  Do our thoughts about diabetes have an impact on our health, our diabetes?  Of course. I truly believe they do.  It’s so easy to get caught up in the negativity of living with diabetes.  Especially on those days when diabetes is just a pain (literally and figuratively):  high blood sugars […]

Paula Deen and I: a Diabetic’s Perspective

January 24, 2012

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Paula Deen. Under fire right now. Why did she hide her diabetes for 3 years? Did she cause her own diabetes with her high fat and sugar cooking? How could she continue to promote her unhealthy cooking to her fans after being diagnosed with diabetes? Let me start by saying – I do not know […]