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Type 1 Diabetic Blogs – Latest Posts from the Web

You are NOT alone. This page is a useful tool for browsing the latest blog posts being made by type 1 diabetics across the web. In the main column, read updates from type 1 diabetes blogs and use the left side of the page to access each type 1 diabetic blogger’s profile and their latest blog posts.
*Note:  MevsDiabetes does not necessarily endorse the opinions found in the posts shown here or on the corresponding web sites. Suggest a blog.
All Bloggers (34)Alexis
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Justice’s Misbehaving Pancreas

Alissa
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Juvenile Diabetes

Amy
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Too Sweet

Ashley
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The Delicate Balance

Bernard
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Diabetes Daily

Brian
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D-Dad

Cara
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Every Day Every Hour Every Minute

Hallie
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The Princess and the Pump

Holly
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Arnold and Me

Jacquie
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Typical Type 1

Jill
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Diabetes Sweeties

Karen
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Bitter Sweet

Kelly
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Naturally Sweet

Kelly
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Diabetesaliciousness

Kerri
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Six Until Me

Kevin
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Me vs Diabetes

Kim
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Texting My Pancreas

Lee Ann
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The Butter Compartment

Leighann
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D-Mom Blog

Lilly
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Wife of Type 1 Diabetic

Lorraine
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This is Caleb…

Michael
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The Diabetic’s Corner Booth

Misty
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Life is Like a Box of Chocolates

S
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Day to Day With a Diabetic

Sandy
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A Diabetic Spouse

Sarah
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Insulin, Glucose and Test Strips

Sarah Jane
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Sarahndipity

Scott
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Scott’s Diabetes

Scott
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Arden’s Day

Scully
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Canadian D-gal

Suzi
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Laughter and Tears

Tom’s Wife
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Wife of a Diabetic 2

Valerie
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Type 1 With Tyler

Valerie
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The dLife

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Scully

2-23-2015
Scully
I gained weight and this is actually a good thing
it’s time for an anxiety post.   Are you ready?  I don’t care, let’s go.  I gained weight. That’s a sign that my anxiety has been drastically in control lately. It’s directly related for a number of reasons. I’ve written about my food anxiety more times than I can recall. Hello,… Read More
Karen

2-17-2015
Karen
Much Too Much . . . . .
I was browsing through the camera roll on my phone recently and came across this picture.  It’s from a breakfast we had at the casino on an overnight trip we took during Christmas break.  I had…    Visit my blog to read more…. Read More
Michael

2-16-2015
Michael
I Am Not A Diabetes Jedi
It was a usual morning, with stress and work levels being lower and more managed than they had been during recent days. I was quite productive, and was happy with how the day was moving along at that point.  But looking down at my desk, two things occurred to me:  1. My coffee cup was… Read More
Hallie

2-16-2015
Hallie
Her Story, Our Story, Your Story: Kisses for Kycie and Changing…
Six years ago.  February.  It was a warmish day.  Warm enough that we were able to get outside a little.  Sweets was 2.  Almost 3.  She was riding her trike around in our driveway.  Having fun.  I needed to go to the store.  I was looking for beans to… Read More
Scott

2-14-2015
Scott
Asante Snap – Use Pump Body Settings?
The post Asante Snap – Use Pump Body Settings? appeared first on Scott's Diabetes…. Read More
Hallie

2-14-2015
Hallie
The Tipping Point: Stomach Bugs and T1D
Those three little words…   Three words no D parents wants to hear…  “I threw up.”  Those are the words we heard about 2:30 Monday morning.  Luckily she had been running low (we should have known…) and her pump had been shut off or we would have been in serious… Read More
Kerri

2-12-2015
Kerri
Knowledge Gaps.
I wish I knew more about a lot of things.  Like dinosaurs.  (Mostly because Birdzone keeps asking me about them and what their names are and what kind of foods they liked to eat, and I’m not as brushed up on my dinosaur details as I was back in second grade.) But there are things [...]The… Read More
Scott

2-12-2015
Scott
Changes at TuDiabetes! Yeah!
I have been an active supporter of the TuDiabetes family for a very long time. So long that I was once quoted as saying TuDiabetes is “like MySpace on insulin…” When was MySpace? Hold on, I have ask Moses… Over the years, TuDiabetes has brought so many wonderful people… Read More
Karen

2-11-2015
Karen
(Almost) Wordless Wednesday – #SpareARose
This is the insulin that lives in a drawer in my refrigerator, next to the cheese compartment.  I’m lucky to know it’s there, ready to keep me alive for the next three months.  I’m lucky to know that…    Visit my blog to read more…. Read More
Michael

2-9-2015
Michael
Insulin, Insurance, Wine, Roses, & Social Media
It costs a lot to stay alive when you have type 1 diabetes, and without insulin that just won’t happen.  During my latest prescription refill routine, the full cost of all this truly hit me.  My insulin cost $208 per vial, without any insurance coverage factored in.  I ended up… Read More
Karen

2-9-2015
Karen
Time Stands Still . . . .
Isn’t it funny how time can seem to pass at such varied speeds?  The weekends zip by in a blink while weekdays pass much more slowly.  Today I’m willing to put money on the fact that winter is three…    Visit my blog to read more…. Read More
Hallie

2-9-2015
Hallie
We Have A Name!
Thanks to everyone who participated in our “What’s in a Name?” Giveaway with Lauren’s Hope!  We loved seeing all the really great, unique names that you came up with!  Last week we narrowed it down to our top five choices and submitted those to Lauren’s Hope.  So without further… Read More
Karen

2-6-2015
Karen
Bitter-Sweet Chips . . . .
Here in New England it’s way to cold to venture out today.  So instead, I’m venturing out virtually to hop around the web.  Join me? Spare A Rose is in full swing again this year.  If you buy your…    Visit my blog to read more…. Read More
Kerri

2-5-2015
Kerri
Syrupy Thick.
The reasons why I ended up so high are complicated: a combination of poor bolus calculation, not pre-bolusing, a higher carb meal, and an infusion set ripened and rotting at the end of day three made for that wicked high blood sugar.  I need to own it because there are things I could have done… Read More
Lorraine

2-5-2015
Lorraine
Lilly Diabetes/Disney Books and Backpack Giveaway!
You may have seen these sets around the community in recent weeks. If you’ve missed out on other giveaways, you still have a chance. Lots of great resources targeted toward children with diabetes are included. The Coco books are targeted … Continue reading →… Read More
Karen

2-4-2015
Karen
Best of the ‘Betes Blogs
I’m very excited to host this month’s Best of the Betes Blogs, which helps to highlight awesome posts in the DOC.  So settle in with your favorite beverage and take some time to check out a few…    Visit my blog to read more…. Read More
Scott

2-3-2015
Scott
Win a NeedleBay Colours System! Scott’s Sweepstakes!
Enter to win! 1 of 25 NeedleBay Colours Systems! What exactly is a NeedleBay system? Allow me to demonstrate… These things are pretty cool and I’ll definitely use one when I travel. I think it’s really awesome of NeedleBay to offer so many (25 winners!) in support of Scott’s… Read More
Kelly

2-3-2015
Kelly
Diabetes Memory 124,659: Eat First, Explain Later.
I was thinking about my dad this morning and all of sudden the phrase “eat first, explain later,” popped into my head. His long ago advice taught me as a child with type 1 to listen to what my diabetes was telling me and do what I had to, ASAP.  #####  When I was first… Read More
Hallie

2-3-2015
Hallie
The Top Five: What’s In A Name Giveaway
Last week, I shared with you an awesome opportunity to win this beautiful bracelet created especially for us by Lauren’s Hope!  All you had to do was come up with a name…!  And when I asked you to get your creativity on, you sure did!  We were asked by Lauren’s Hope to pick our Top… Read More
Scully

2-2-2015
Scully
10 things I love
This is somewhat uncharacteristic for me to write about. No psychologist or therapist told me to focus on the positives or some other fucking stupid motivational saying you can think of.  This was entirely my idea.  10 things I love.  I will be honest, this post has been in the… Read More
Kerri

2-2-2015
Kerri
Spare a Rose is Live!
Visit www.SpareARose.org for more details. Donate here.  Please spread the word.  #sparearoseThe post Spare a Rose is Live! appeared first on Six Until Me – diabetes blog.Spare a Rose is Live! was first posted on February 1, 2015 at 11:53 pm.  ©2013 “sixuntilme.com”. Use of this feed is for… Read More
Scott

2-1-2015
Scott
Put five on it – Spare a Rose
It’s a beautiful gift to give, and to receive! Lack of access to insulin is the most common cause of death for children in many countries around the world. You can change that. Five dollars is enough for Life for a Child to provide a month of insulin to a child in need. It’s no… Read More
Scully

1-30-2015
Scully
migraine + bad low = sick and hungover
It happened last week. It’s still worth sharing  This is a difficult story of struggle because writing about rainbows and unicorns with regards to diabetes is just plain boring and non existent.  I rode my bike home from work. It was dark and cold and headwindy. I pushed it because I was… Read More
Kelly

1-29-2015
Kelly
Diabetesalicious-Lite: Diabetes Dark Ages, Alecia On The…
I’ve written about the Diabetes Dark Ages a lot on Diabetesaliciousness, because (and lucky me,) I was diagnosed just as that chapter of diabetes history was coming to a close  and diabetes technologies were coming into play – and my memories are vivid.    I wrote a piece on the D… Read More
Kim

1-29-2015
Kim
Stress + Diabetes.
In case anyone wondered if stress has an impact on BG levels.  NO IT’S NOT A STRESSFUL DAY AT WORK WHY DO YOU ASK PLEASE SEND MORE COFFEEA photo posted by Kim (@textingmypancreas) on Jan 29, 2015 at 8:14am PST… Read More
Michael

1-29-2015
Michael
Glucose Tab Jinx
We were out at dinner the other night, sitting at the bar in our local brewpub and talking about nothing in particular. Really, the conversation was really all over the place, turning to whatever was on the mind at the time.  Since we’re regulars there, one of the owners knows that we’re from… Read More
Hallie

1-29-2015
Hallie
SHARE-ing our Dexcom Story
This week, Dexcom announced some very exciting news!  The FDA has approved Dexcom’s new Share Direct system!  This system allows the Dexcom receiver to “talk” directly to your smartphone — without using the Share dock!  This is what Dexcom had to say about it in their press… Read More
Scott

1-28-2015
Scott
Real Life Diabetes Podcast by Diabetes Daily Grind
I enjoyed a new diabetes podcast today and wanted to spread the word about it. It’s the Real Life Diabetes Podcast by Diabetes Daily Grind. Amber & Ryan at DDG are fun and laid back. They promise occasional explicit language and content that may not always be suitable for children. But… Read More
Kelly

1-26-2015
Kelly
The Winners Of The Lilly Diabetes/Disney T1 Diabetes Books…
Thanks to Tuesday’s schedule getting moved to Monday because of the impending snowstorm, today’s post was ever so slightly delayed.   With that being said, I’m proud to announce that the 8 winners of the Lilly Diabetes/Disney Backpacks are:   Abby TravisMisty Emily… Read More
Kim

1-26-2015
Kim
FDA Approves Dexcom Mobile App and New Bluetooth Receiver.
Cue the confetti cannons!  From the press release:  “The Dexcom Share receiver uses a secure wireless connection via Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) between a patient’s receiver and an app on the patient’s smartphone to transmit glucose information to apps on the mobile devices of up to… Read More
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