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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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Latest Blog Posts
Scott

4-22-2014
Scott
Diabetes, Complications, and Hope – Let’s Talk…
I’m very happy to announce the return of the Diabetes Hope Conference! We have another amazing lineup of panelists (some returning, some new), with what we hope (no pun intended) are topics that you feel are worth participating in. This year we have a very [...]Diabetes, Complications, and… Read More
Karen

4-21-2014
Karen
Grief and Diabetes Management . . .
It’s been one piece of bad news after another around here over the past couple of weeks.  And I’m beginning to understand that grief sends my diabetes management in two completely different…    Visit my blog to read more…. Read More
Kevin

4-18-2014
Kevin
Type 1 Diabetes Song – A Little Bit Longer by the Jonas…
I realize that this Jonas Brothers song has been out for a little while now (released in 2008), but a friend from high school whose daughter was just diagnosed with Type 1 posted it to her Facebook wall the other day. So, I thought it was a good time to remind fellow T1s and parents […]… Read More
Kelly

4-18-2014
Kelly
Riddle Me This: How Would You Bolus For A Donnoli?
This is a Friday “fun” post based on a very real carb conundrum & a little slice of South Philly heaven known as the Donnoli~  And for those naysayers who think a person with t1 diabetes ( or 1.5 or 2) for that matter can’t eat a Donnoli – Think again!  I work hard measuring out my… Read More
Michael

4-18-2014
Michael
A Friend’s Insight on Living Healthier As We Get Older
Kari is one of my oldest friends from high school.  She’s the friend who I used to share The Corner Booth with at all hours of the day and night, writing on napkins and talking about anything and everything. We did a lot of growing up and learning who we were in those years, and although it… Read More
Scott

4-18-2014
Scott
This is Doug
This is my friend Doug. He’s pretty cool. He has type 1 diabetes, just like me. He decided he was going to run a marathon. In February of 2011, he couldn’t run 0.25 miles, and in October of 2011 he completed the Twin Cities Marathon. He’s done four more [...]This is Doug is a… Read More
Karen

4-17-2014
Karen
Two Diabetics, a Low and a Pizza Place . . .
Imagine you head out for pizza with the love of your life, and every few minutes you hear your pump’s low alarm.  But when you check your pump, it wasn’t alarming.  That’s exactly what happened to me…    Visit my blog to read more…. Read More
Kelly

4-16-2014
Kelly
Diabetesalicious Lite: The D List Edition ~
For the record – This list is not in any ranking order- Except for the first one.  #####  First: Please go give our girl Heidi over At “The D-Log Cabin” some love and support because she could really use it!  Second: I have a guest post up over at the Medtronic’s The Loop- Blog… Read More
Alexis

4-12-2014
Alexis
Worse than Diabetes?
Back in September J was diagnosed with low IGA also known as immunodeficiency disorder. To be honest I kept thinking “right,  another thing we can handle it”, and we can but little did I know that it would be more of a nuisance in our lives than diabetes.  For years on and off we saw a… Read More
Kelly

4-10-2014
Kelly
Today’s Official Hashtag: #dayofdiabetes
Today and long with so many others in the Diabetes Online Community, I’m participating in the second annual #dayofdiabetes & will attempt to storify the outcome later.    Everyday in our lives involves diabetes – We never get a day off because diabetes never gives a… Read More
Karen

4-9-2014
Karen
(Not Very) Wordless Wednesday – Crumpled
After inserting a new sensor yesterday I began getting “Sensor Error” messages during the warm-up period.  I called the HelpLine, who went over insertion techniques and did a bit more…    Visit my blog to read more…. Read More
Scott

4-9-2014
Scott
Best Intentions and Toaster Strudels
Please don’t judge me for getting excited about finding toaster strudels in the freezer this morning. I did everything right. I tested my blood sugar, I counted the carbs, I even set a mental timer for when I could actually eat (doing the pre-bolus thing). But as my morning escaped into… Read More
Kelly

4-8-2014
Kelly
In Life With Diabetes, Small Medical Advances Aren’t Small At…
Gadget: A mechanical contrivance or device; any ingenious article1. A small mechanical  device or appliance 2. Any object that is interesting for its ingenuity or novelty rather than for its practical use.Synonyms: Contraption, whatsis, dohickey, thingamajig dictionary.comInsulin… Read More
Cara

4-7-2014
Cara
Pockets
Wearing an insulin pump certainly comes with its fair share of issues. They aren’t enough to make me think of every NOT wearing one, but there are issues. Something that you nearly always hear from women insulin pumpers is how annoying it is to wear a dress AND an insulin pump. In fact, I can’t… Read More
Alexis

4-6-2014
Alexis
The Hole
It’s like you’re falling into hole and the more you try to get out the deeper you fall.  I guess it’s  like quicksand you’re  stuck but you’re so desperately trying to reach the outside world.  It doesn’t work, you just get pulled in, faster and faster.  Logically you know… Read More
Scott

4-4-2014
Scott
Snatch & Diabetes
This being one of my favorite movies has led to some really interesting discussions… I wish the world could have seen how big my grin was when I found this Tweet & Twitter Account. In the quiet words of the virgin Mary, test again. — Prick Top (@PrickTop_type1) March 25, 2014 … Read More
Kelly

4-3-2014
Kelly
Lunchy, Lunch & The Funky Bunch! Sorry, Couldn’t Resist…
Lunch – A lot of times I’m not hungry at lunchtime – It’s just the way I am.  Plus, I drink a lot of coffee in the morning (and I bolus for it) and water (I NEVER bolus for water) and both keep me feeling full – And running to pee!     Being on the insulin pump… Read More
Karen

4-2-2014
Karen
Wordless Wednesday – Be There
When the bad days are increasingly outweighing the good ones, it can help to know others understand.  Don’t miss this important Diabetes and Depression chat today on TuDiabetes.    Visit my blog to read more…. Read More
Scully

4-2-2014
Scully
I got skewered and all I got was burning
I mentioned to someone who was curious about the colonoscopy/endoscopy that I would write about my experience. I’ll try not to make it so graphic but I can’t promise anything. It’s long and although I thought about snapping pix I really wasn’t in the mood.  The skewering was scheduled… Read More
Kelly

4-1-2014
Kelly
Getting A “Leg Up” On Scar Tissue & Trying New Insulin Pump…
I have an affinity for wearing my insulin pump infusion sets on my abdomen and for several reasons. Infusion sites on my belly are easy to access, easy to see, easy to change out  - Just easy in all dimensions – At least for me.Except of course for scar tissue and the development of deadspots… Read More
Alexis

4-1-2014
Alexis
Fit for a Superhero!
We are loyal Tallygear customers. Love love love their D accessories and gear. Tallygear has been ensuring J’s comfort since he started pumping, while letting him express his individual style.  Whether it’s for Dexcom or pump, Tallygear always provides quality products that cannot be… Read More
Karen

3-31-2014
Karen
Save The Date . . . .
It’s hard to believe that tomorrow is already the first day of April.  (Especially since I’m looking out my window right  now to see flakes wafting down and the ground covered in white . . . . again…    Visit my blog to read more…. Read More
Kelly

3-31-2014
Kelly
Kids: Did I Ever Tell You The One About My Insulin Pump…
Kids: Sometimes people tell me stuff that I don’t always want to know. #fact  But 9 times out of 10 I listen because the sharing comes from a good place, regardless of the TMI details. Also: It makes for a hell of a story.  And I FTR, I really do hope his Filterfree’s brother is OK~ … Read More
Scott

3-31-2014
Scott
Scott’s TuDiabetes.org Live Interview
I recently had the honor of spending an hour with Emily and the TuDiabetes.org family talking about my life with diabetes, my work in the diabetes world, and a bunch of other fun stuff. We even had a surprise cameo appearance by the one and only… Read More
Kelly

3-28-2014
Kelly
Diabetesalicious Lite: Let Your Voices Be Heard & Keep…
All of us living the diabetes life know that test-strip and glucose meter accuracy are two crucial components of maintaining our health when it comes to living with diabetes. We all want and demand to StripSafely.   And here’t the kicker – it turns out that the FDA is willing to discuss… Read More
Scully

3-28-2014
Scully
The riding part of my week in SC
It’s been a couple weeks so I’ve had time to really think about training camp.  It was considered a training camp but that sounds like it would be super structured which it wasn’t. It was more just, 50 some-odd Canadians descending upon the mountains of South Carolina and riding bikes. It… Read More
Kelly

3-26-2014
Kelly
A Challenging Blood Sugar Point Spread & Being “Awesome…
I don’t really do a lot of seasonal sports sayings/euphemisms on the blog, except of course when I do~  #####  Saturday was a day where my blood sugar point spread was driving me nuts! I’d fixed Friday’s infusion site issues and had textbook blood sugars from lunchtime Friday… Read More
Michael

3-24-2014
Michael
Fearing The Worst
I was beyond nervous.  Freaking out, scared in a way that I hadn’t been in a long time.  The fear of possible diabetes complications, the kind you’ve been dreading all of your life, will do that to you.  In our office visit last week, he made a comment about not understanding an… Read More
Cara

3-24-2014
Cara
D-Sick Day
I’ve written about the fine line between making people understand how complex and difficult living with diabetes is, while not letting them pity me or feel sorry for me. It is a never ending tightrope. I want to believe that I can do anything, in spite of diabetes. I DO believe that 99.999% of… Read More
Alexis

3-23-2014
Alexis
I Survived…..
Both my babies are home, and snuggled in bed. It’s amazing how people think I can sleep because J isn’t here to check. The worry and internal alarm still goes off, and I honestly slept less than I do when he’s home. I feel whole again. – don’t judge me, it’s just who I am, and how I am.  … Read More
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