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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
Michael

7-24-2014
Michael
That One Time, On the Golf Course
Several years ago, a friend and I were playing golf one day. It was just the two of us and it wasn’t particularly busy that morning, so we thought maybe we’d be sneak on without being paired up with another two-some.  Not the case.  We ended up with another two guys who weren’t anything… Read More
Karen

7-23-2014
Karen
What’s That Wednesday – Solution or Problem
So I’ve given up calling posts “Wordless Wednesday” because I’m pretty sure I am never, ever Wordless.  Instead I’ve come up with “What’s That Wednesday” since I always show you a picture and then…    Visit my blog to read more…. Read More
Hallie

7-22-2014
Hallie
Back to School with T1D
Tonight I will be speaking at JDRF FUNdraising event about taking diabetes back to school!  While I am in no way an expert, I do have a unique perspective as a teacher and the parent of a child with diabetes.  Since this is something that is on our minds… or will be soon… I thought… Read More
Kelly

7-22-2014
Kelly
Me, Captain Cute & A Captain America Bandage!
Kids are cool and I wouldn’t mind if my infusion sets were all super-hero themed!  FTR: I would love a Wonder Woman one!!  Speaking of cool, today’s #dblogcheck day – If you could leave a comment saying “CHECK” by every diabetes blog post you read today, that would be awesome! You… Read More
Scott

7-22-2014
Scott
Patient Network Live Chat – THANK YOU, FDA!
About four months ago the FDA’s Office of Health and Constituent Affairs hosted an extremely informative Patient Network Live Chat with FDA Expert Courtney Lias and Patient Advocate Bennet Dunlap. If you missed the live event, there [...]Patient Network Live Chat – THANK YOU, FDA! is a… Read More
Michael

7-22-2014
Michael
Diabetes Blogging Chicken and Community
Today is #dblogcheck day… you know, the one where you leave a comment on all the diabetes blog posts you’re reading. Thanks to Christopher Snider for getting the ball moving on this check-in effort, btw.  **(Oh, and hat-tip to Kerri for clearing up on Twitter recently that this wasn’t… Read More
Karen

7-22-2014
Karen
Going Old School . . . .
****  Happy #dblogcheck day!!  And a big thank you to Hannah and Chris for helping motivate us (okay, okay, ME) to stop slacking on leaving blog comments. **** When I was younger, and the…    Visit my blog to read more…. Read More
Scott

7-21-2014
Scott
Guest Post: Nene Adams & Diabetes Cards
Today I’d like to share a story from Nene Adams about a series of fun cards made just to lift our spirits and let us know we are loved. Click on each card to see the message inside – I think you’ll love them (or is it just me?)! These are just a sample of [...]Guest Post: Nene… Read More
Hallie

7-21-2014
Hallie
Show Me Your Pump! An Interview with Miss Idaho
During the past couple of weeks, my facebook feed has been blowing up with pictures and stories about Sierra Sandison, Miss Idaho 2014.  Why?  Because Sierra has type 1 diabetes. And she prominently and proudly wore her insulin pump on the Miss Idaho stage!  Sweets and I were both… Read More
Scott

7-18-2014
Scott
It’s About To Go Down
I was surprised by a really high blood sugar (280 mg/dl) at lunch today after an awesome afternoon on the basketball court. I took what I needed for my meal, and to correct for the high, and knew I’d have to keep an eye on things for the next couple of hours. Back at home, [...]It’s… Read More
Karen

7-18-2014
Karen
3rd Time’s a Charm?
As I sit down to write this post, I realize I haven’t really done a very good job at blogging about my Enlite sensor experience.  I guess the reason is that I seem to only blog about problems.  I…    Visit my blog to read more…. Read More
Michael

7-18-2014
Michael
Dinner, Drinks and Discussion (& Upwards 125 Years of…
I’ve been struggling with diabetes burnout lately, feeling as though I have to talk and think diabetes all day long. Thanks to that, it’s been tough to keep my interest in wanting to do what I should when it comes to my own diabetes, or even interacting more personally within the Diabetes Online… Read More
Kim

7-18-2014
Kim
Things I Like.
Miss Idaho and her prominently displayed insulin pumpViaCyte submitting their cell encapsulation device to FDA – which means if approved they’ll proceed to human clinical trials (get moderately excited – still a long ways from being ready for market though)What Stuart Scott (and then Chris) had to… Read More
Karen

7-17-2014
Karen
Still Learning . . . .
It was lunch-time on Friday at Friends for Life.  (Or maybe it was Thursday.  I’m not exactly sure because the days kind of blur together in a rush of activity and fun and exhaustion.  But I’m pretty…    Visit my blog to read more…. Read More
Kelly

7-16-2014
Kelly
Am I The Only One Who’s OCD RE: Lab Work & My Fasting Blood…
I’m supposed to get my blood work done tomorrow for my Endo appointment next week.   Here’s the thing: My blood sugars have been in the crapper since the middle of last week, I have a nasty summer cold and sore throat and I’m currently on a temporary basal rate that fluctuates anywhere… Read More
Karen

7-15-2014
Karen
Hangover . . . . .
I’ve spent the last week with what I can best describe as a Friends for Life Hangover.  Lethargic, moody, emotionally achy and just feeling the need to avoid the internet.   Don’t get me wrong, I…    Visit my blog to read more…. Read More
Scott

7-15-2014
Scott
Diabetes Stigma – Let’s Keep Talking About It
I love that the conversations about diabetes stigma continue, and it’s clear to anyone paying attention that there’s a lot to talk about. The folks at diaTribe and dQ&A (dQ&A is a diabetes [...]Diabetes Stigma – Let’s Keep Talking About It is a post from:… Read More
Kelly

7-14-2014
Kelly
Stop The #Dstigma & Run With The Diabetes Advocacy
There’s been a lot of talk about the stigma associated with diabetes as of late, a.k.a. #dstigma. On June 15th there was a PFDC, Johnson & Johnson twitter chat moderated by #DSMA discussing DStigma at this year’s ADA that addressed the subject head on.   Diatribe put… Read More
Kim

7-14-2014
Kim
#MasterLab Debrief.
var linkwithin_site_id = 1586671; Many other people have already done a fantastic job of recounting what happened at the Diabetes Advocates “MasterLab” event a couple of weeks ago (video of the event is coming soon, I’m told): find a well-curated Storify of MasterLab tweets courtesy of… Read More
Hallie

7-14-2014
Hallie
Meeting Ryan Reed
One of the many fun things that we got to do while at the Friends For Life Conference in Orlando was meet race car driver, Ryan Reed!  Ryan Reed is the 20 year old driver of the number 16 car in the NASCAR Nationwide Series.  Why is this so cool?  Because Ryan was diagnosed with Type… Read More
Hallie

7-11-2014
Hallie
Wait! Let Me Take a Selfie!
Yesterday I got a very cool email from the very cool folks at the International Diabetes Federation telling me about their new app!  I don’t know about you but we love apps at our house… especially free ones.  And even more so when they involve pictures!  This is what they had to… Read More
Kelly

7-10-2014
Kelly
Free Write: Friends For Life 2014
So much happened during this year’s Children with Diabetes Friends For Life 2014 Conference, aka FFL, that I could write a book – Seriously, 6 days and damn near 24X7 of learning, laughter, self realization and understanding about life and life with diabetes  – And  for the past… Read More
Kim

7-9-2014
Kim
Suddenly, Bloggers.
The diabetes community is to hotel bars as Corgis are to the internet?  It may be a while before my brain unscrambles enough to write about FFL, so you’ll have to put up with me posting the three photos I took at the conference in the meantime…. Read More
Kelly

7-8-2014
Kelly
CHECK IT OUT: Jerry The Bear Has His Own Indiegogo Campaign!
I’ve been a fan of Jerry the Bear for quite sometime. For those of you who don’t know Jerry, he totally rocks. Jerry’s an interactive BWD (bear with diabetes) who does everything children and adults do with t1 diabetes. He tests his blood sugars, takes insulin from pens, counts carbs. Jerry’s… Read More
Scott

7-8-2014
Scott
Jerry the Bear: Reinventing Diabetes Education Through Play
I have loved the team at Sproutel ever since I first saw them running around in bear suits (long story, watch the video here for a sneak peek). They’re launching a big campaign today to get a [...]Jerry the Bear: Reinventing Diabetes Education Through Play is a post from: Scott's Diabete… Read More
Kim

7-8-2014
Kim
Jerry The Bear’s Indiegogo Campaign.
Our friends at Jerry the Bear are launching an ambitious campaign today: to get a Jerry the Bear into the hands of every newly diagnosed child with T1D.  Go read about their Indiegogo campaign, and check out these video:      I love Jerry the Bear and I hope you’ll… Read More
Scully

7-8-2014
Scully
Summit Diabetes!
Sometimes I get contacted to promote a person or product. 99% of the time the email gets trashed from the subject line alone. It’s nothing against any one, okay, it is something against EVERYone. This one read, “summit diabetes” and had an intro about fundraising. I know I’m a heathen… Read More
Kelly

7-7-2014
Kelly
#AwkwardDPromPic
I just walked in the door from Friends For Life &   there’s a million emotions, memories and faces swimming through my head and a suitcase filled with dirty clothes at my feet – I kid you not.I need to sit down, gather my thoughts & marinate on the awesomeness in… Read More
Kim

7-7-2014
Kim
Unpacking.
“I will help you, Mom. Let’s unpack the rattles glucose tabs first.”  The Friends For Life conference was great, but I really really really missed my kid.var linkwithin_site_id = 1586671… Read More
Cara

7-7-2014
Cara
Blind Sided by Love
I’m falling in love. I’ve never really been in love before. At least not like this. I’m finding myself smiling at the strangest times of day and giggling over the craziest things. The strangest thing about the whole deal is that I feel like I’ve been blind-sided by the whole experience…. Read More
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