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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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Michael

11-26-2014
Michael
Once Upon a Blood Sugar…
There was a time when keeping on top of my diabetes management was more fairytale than real life.  Checking my blood sugars wasn’t a common occurrence. Carb counting wasn’t around thanks to my 2 or more shots a day, in the morning and evening, so it came down to a more stringent style of meal… Read More
Scott

11-25-2014
Scott
Riding on Insulin – You Betcha!
The post Riding on Insulin – You Betcha! appeared first on Scott's Diabetes. Winter Sports Camps for Kids & Teens Living with Type 1 Diabetes It’s a midwest mashup of Riding on Insulin events over the next couple of months, including a Family Day right here in Minnesota! There… Read More
Scott

11-25-2014
Scott
Scott’s Sweepstakes – Sweet & Simple Holiday…
The post Scott’s Sweepstakes – Sweet & Simple Holiday Flavors! appeared first on Scott's Diabetes. The post Scott’s Sweepstakes – Sweet & Simple Holiday Flavors! appeared first on Scott's Diabetes…. Read More
Kelly

11-19-2014
Kelly
What Happened When I Unintentionally Gave Up Caffeine/Coffee…
I swear this story is related to living with diabetes – At least part of it is~########Same coloring, logo in the same place. OK, now I see the word DECAF.But when I make my coffee, I normally just grab the bag, measure out my life in coffee spoons and be done with it. Also: See what… Read More
Karen

11-18-2014
Karen
New Low Symptom . . . .
I was a mere 2 hours into my 6 1/2 hour flight Sunday (which was almost more like 7 because we boarded on time but took off over 30 minutes late). Suddenly a wave of homesickness hit. It didn’t seem…    Visit my blog to read more…. Read More
Kelly

11-18-2014
Kelly
Diabetesalicious Lite: Stuff
My latest Post is up over at Suite D and it’s all about living on your own with diabetes. Some people with diabetes ( or parents who have college age/now grownup children with diabetes) are fearful of their chicks flying the nest.   I get that, but millions of PWDs, including myself live… Read More
Scott

11-15-2014
Scott
Revolutionizing Diabetes Education with mySugr Academy
The post Revolutionizing Diabetes Education with mySugr Academy appeared first on Scott's Diabetes. Education is a huge part of living with diabetes. Unfortunately, many people with type 2 diabetes are diagnosed then leave the office with little or no education. If they are lucky,… Read More
Kelly

11-14-2014
Kelly
World Diabetes Day 2014: Please Remember That YOU. ARE….
On This World Diabetes Day – I want to take a moment and tell you that YOU ARE AMAZING.   If you are a person with diabetes or love a person with diabetes – YOU ARE EFFING AMAZING.   Diabetes isn’t easy to live with or easy to deal with.    Diabetes is hard work,… Read More
Tom's Wife

11-13-2014
Tom’s Wife
November 2014 Update
Seeing DW’s recent update inspired me to do the same.  My life during the past 14 months has been crazy!  I have experienced so many surgeries in a single year — all but two unrelated (I had to have a second surgery on my ankle) — well its enough to challenge anyone.  meanwhile,… Read More
Kelly

11-13-2014
Kelly
Diabetesalicious-Lite: The Day Before World Diabetes Day 2014,…
World Diabetes Day, 2014 is tomorrow an if you’re feeling overwhelmed, I TOTALLY GET IT.  There’s stuff coming at us at all angles during the entire month of November and living with diabetes is more 365 days a year. So take a breath and then a beat, wear blue for… Read More
Kelly

11-12-2014
Kelly
#Insulin4all
Insulin saves the lives of people living with Type 1 Diabetes. It’s not a luxury, it’s a life saving necessity. But not every person who requires insulin around the globe is able to access insulin, easily.Almost 100 years after the discovery of insulin, people around the globe are still… Read More
Karen

11-11-2014
Karen
Awkward Moments . . . .
In my opinion, I’m one of the most awkward people around.  And I have diabetes, which is awkward in its own ways.  Misconceptions, being tethered to a medical device, lows and highs that mess with my…    Visit my blog to read more…. Read More
Kelly

11-9-2014
Kelly
Dear DOC: Today Marks 7 Years of Diabetes Blogging. THANK-YOU
Dear DOC : Today marks 7 years that I’ve been blogging about living with diabetes and I honestly, I can’t believe it. I can’t believe it’s only been 7 years since I started writing about my life with diabetes.  Sidebar: Thank-you, Halle.   By taking that leap… Read More
Scott

11-8-2014
Scott
Scott’s Sweepstakes! Marked Measuring Glass!
The post Scott’s Sweepstakes! Marked Measuring Glass! appeared first on Scott's Diabetes. A Cup or a Glass? I don’t drink many carb filled liquids (unless I’m low), but sometimes a tall glass of milk really hits the spot. But I often don’t give much thought to whether… Read More
Kelly

11-7-2014
Kelly
Hello, November.
Hello.  It’s been a while so I thought I’d pop in a drop a blog. That sounds like I’m going to do something awesome with some killer dance moves or something but no.  I’m just here to purge the Diabetes side of brain.  Haha!   I don’t have any excuses for not… Read More
Karen

11-7-2014
Karen
Bernd das Brot . . . .
When Pete and I used to take ballroom dance lessons, our half-German instructor told us about a puppet called Bernd das Brot.  Pete and I stumbled across his “Musikvideo” on YouTube and it stuck with…    Visit my blog to read more…. Read More
Kelly

11-7-2014
Kelly
Bitch Low: The Aftermath
Tuesday night around 6:40ish I crawled into my bed because I felt like I’d just been run over by a truck.   I was exhausted and tired and if I could have gone to bed for the rest of the night right then and there, I would have. Of course I couldn’t, because who the hell goes to bed at… Read More
Lorraine

11-6-2014
Lorraine
World Diabetes Day Image Update |#wdd
For the past couple or maybe few years I’ve created a World Diabetes Day image to use as a profile picture for World Diabetes Day (or here’s one that works for a Facebook cover photo). I’ve shared it publicly if … Continue reading →… Read More
Lorraine

11-6-2014
Lorraine
FDA Approves #Dexcom Software with Artificial Pancreas…
Dexcom announced today the availability of updated software that will improve the accuracy of the system. We are Nightscout users and use two receivers. One is approved only for adult use and the other is approved for pediatric use. Because … Continue reading →… Read More
Kelly

11-5-2014
Kelly
Diabetes /SmartPhones : Change & Being Brave Can Be A…
So I was smack dab in the middle of finishing my, “Bitch of a Low, The Aftermath,” post (which I will publish tomorrow in its entirety,) when Chester, the wonderful CS Senior Apple Rep called me today – And an 1.5 hours earlier than he said he would.   Some Back Story: I… Read More
Kelly

11-3-2014
Kelly
PWD In The Wild: Angel With A Busted Pancreas At San Francisco…
Last Monday morning, as I was just about to show my ticket and board my flight back to Philly from San Francisco International, a man from the airlines stopped the woman in front of me and said: We don’t have anymore room in the overhead compartments, so I’m going to have to take your carry-on… Read More
Michael

11-3-2014
Michael
Best of the Betes Blogs: October 2014
I’m honored to be hosting the Best of the Betes Blogs for this month, featuring some of the great writings of the DOC during October. But while this is me hosting this monthly treasure this round, it’s not about me… but the We.  It’s about all of us in this D-Community sharing, connecting,… Read More
Kelly

11-1-2014
Kelly
Tonight: Set The Clocks Back On All Your Diabetes Hardware ~
On this first day of National Diabetes Awareness Month in the United States and International Diabetes Month on a global level & I’m keeping today’s post simple.   Daylight Savings officially begins at 2:00 a.m., EST on Sunday November 2nd.   So before you go to bed… Read More
Kelly

10-31-2014
Kelly
Diaversary: THIRTY-SEVEN Years Of Living With Diabetes ~
37 years ago, today I was diagnosed with t1 diabetes and it blows my mind when I stop and think about it. There are days when I’m driven to tears because of diabetes and there are days when diabetes pisses me off. And there are days when it doesn’t.  Diabetes has… Read More
Hallie

10-31-2014
Hallie
A Blast From The Past
HAPPY HALLOWEEN!  I was going back through old posts yesterday looking for pics of Sweets when she was little and found this little gem!  This was in 2010.  It was our second Halloween after her diagnosis.  I can not believe how little she was!  Her personality, however, is… Read More
Scott

10-30-2014
Scott
Do You Know DiabeticDanica?
The post Do You Know DiabeticDanica? appeared first on Scott's Diabetes. I spent a day at Asante HQ* last week with a group of amazing diabetes brains, and among them was one I hadn’t met yet. Danica has rocked diabetes on YouTube for a long time, so I was really excited to see that… Read More
Kelly

10-30-2014
Kelly
#tbt: Kids Say The Darndest Things – And They Are SO Damn…
Today’s #tbt post was originally posted on August 11th, 2008, back when my cute, precocious & quirky niece Livvy was only 8 and still shorter than me. Today Livvy is GORGEOUS, still precocious and quirky and 15, towers over me.   Yep, time goes by in the blink of an eye and the… Read More
Hallie

10-30-2014
Hallie
Let Them Eat Candy: Type 1 and Halloween
Halloween is Friday!  This makes me happy because I love Halloween!  This was 3 years ago… look how little she was!   However, I know that there are some parents our there who do not share in my love for this holiday.  And I know that for some, it’s because of diabetes. … Read More
Kelly

10-29-2014
Kelly
Avoiding Motion Sickness at 35,000 Ft & Pump Alarms That Go…
I’ve been avoiding the whole, “meal on a plane thing,” ever since 2007, when I literally turned green and had to use vomit bag for the first time ever, (but sadly, not the last) and on a flight that was 12 minutes from landing in beautiful Colorado Springs, Colorado.   I kid you not,… Read More
Karen

10-29-2014
Karen
My New Low Glass . . . .
I used to treat low blood sugars with juice all the time.  I bought juice boxes marketed to toddlers because they had just enough carbs and I didn’t have to measure anything out while low.  But then…    Visit my blog to read more…. Read More
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