Living with Type 1 Diabetes
This blog is all about the ups and downs when living with type 1 diabetes. We try to focus on the ups, but let’s be real, having an auto-immune disease is not something that makes life easier. All type 1 diabetics are survivors in my books. We’ve all struggled with highs and lows and the amazingly encouraging normal glucose! We address everything from the everyday struggles to awesome accessories for diabetics and more!
If you’re a T1 diabetic and would love to write a guest post, let us know, we’d love to share other T1’s views!
I have been using pods for a little a month and a half now, and overall I love it. What is different between the Omnipod and Medtronic The main difference is that the Omnipod is tubeless. For me, this was the huge selling point. I had the Medtronic for a week and to...read more
If you read my previous post on the Medtronic Guardian Link, you know that I decided I wanted the Omnipod instead. I spoke with the representative from Omnipod on Wednesday and received the Free Demo Kit yesterday (Thursday). Talk about fast shipping and great...read more
On my last post, I mentioned to you all that I ordered the Medtronic MiniMed 630G with the Guardian® Link glucose sensor. I received my order on Wednesday of last week and had my training this past Sunday. Here is my review. Getting Started To begin, I have to...read more
Guys, I'm excited! I've decided to get the Medtronic MiniMed 630G, and I think this is the best decision I've ever made. Choosing the right Insulin Pump I have been thinking about getting an insulin pump for the past year and a half. I've spoken with reps from both...read more
I've been living with type 1 diabetes for 20 years now, in fact this year was my 20 year diaversary. I've come a long way since being diagnosed in elementary school. I went from my parents being the ones in control of my diabetes – making my lunches, dosing my...read more
I tried using the Freestyle Libre sensor on my belly, it didn't work out too well. Here's my feedback. Reason #1 of why I hated it There's nothing worse that feeling the sensor. When it is on your stomach, at least where I placed mine, I could feel it constantly....read more
This post, as the title states, is about the ups and downs while being a T1 Diabetic. Lately, I've been feeling very in control of my diabetes, but that doesn't mean I don't have high and low glucose every so often. In fact, I tend to get a low glucose at least once...read more
Being diabetic comes with many devices: glucose monitors, finger prickers, insulin pump, needles, CGMs, the need to always have a snack with you in case of a low blood sugar. The list goes on. If you are anything like me, you like to have the smallest purse possible...read more
I have now been using my Freestyle Libre, for a little less than 1 month. I have a lot of insight as to what I like and what I dislike. As well as some great features I figured out. My First Month When it was time to switch up the sensors, I got a little...read more
Anyone who was diagnosed with juvenile diabetes (T1D), knows all about the ups and downs. We all have great days (if you're newly diagnosed and haven't experienced them yet, don't be discouraged) and some terrible days. Most days are average. Average is very much...read more