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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

8-27-2014
Scott
Announcing Scott’s Sweepstakes!
The post Announcing Scott’s Sweepstakes! appeared first on Scott's Diabetes. Heyo! Who loves contests, giveaways, and free stuff? I do! I do! You do! You do! I’m trying something new here, and I’d love to know what you think of it. I want to run a semi-regular giveaway with… Read More
Lorraine

8-27-2014
Lorraine
In the Middle #backtoschool
My kids went back to school on Monday. They are each starting a new school – one in high school, one in middle school and one moving up to her intermediate elementary school. New schools mean new schedules and lots … Continue reading →… Read More
Kim

8-27-2014
Kim
Diabetes Stigma on Mashable.
When I think about what we can do to improve the psychosocial health of people living with diabetes it always comes back to this, for me: share your story. Even when it feels like you’re saying the same things again and again, keep sharing. Keep talking. Keep showing. Keep living. Don’t give… Read More
Scully

8-27-2014
Scully
What makes me tick – Volume 1 – FOOD
It’s true, I’ve written about food before. A few times. I’ve even written about food in terms of anxiety.  After re-reading what I wrote last night I have a few things to note. Rest assured you will think one or all of these things after reading this.  1. This chick is WHACK … Read More
Kelly

8-26-2014
Kelly
Sometimes In Life, It’s Better To Be Nice Than Right.
I was working on an article in a realitively quiet Starbucks a few days ago. My end of summer work schedule has been a bit crazy  (hence the lack of posts as of late,) and I was doing my best to get a handle on the body, content and scope of what I was writing.  Midway through my 5th… Read More
Kelly

8-26-2014
Kelly
Sometimes In Life, It’s Better To Be Nice Than Right.
I was working on an article in a quiet coffee house a few day ago. My end of summer work schedule has been a bit crazy  (hence the lack of posts as of late,) and I was doing my best to get a handle on the body, content and scope of said article.   Midway through my 5th paragraph… Read More
Michael

8-26-2014
Michael
Almost Gone
Having insulin in the butter compartment (where else?) is like having a security blanket, something to keep me reassured that all will be OK if something goes wrong.  Say, if my insulin bottle is left in the direct sunlight, slips from my hand and shatters on the floor, or just happens to… Read More
Kim

8-26-2014
Kim
Giveaway: N-Style ID.
When I was a CWD (child with diabetes) in the late 80′s/early 90′s, I had two options: I could wear the clunky, thick, stretchy metal bracelet whose links always seemed to trap my arm hair (and then rip it out when the bracelet shifted on my wrist), or I could sport a large (to a child) medallion… Read More
Scully

8-25-2014
Scully
Anxiety is at the bottom of the triangle
Well if I’m going to start anywhere it should be at the bottom.  Anxiety.   It rules my life.It ruins my life.  (Please excuse my shitty Microsoft Paint skills)  No doctor has officially diagnosed me with any sort of anxiety disorder. Probably because I’m always going to… Read More
Hallie

8-24-2014
Hallie
Waving Goodbye: Thoughts from the Bottom of the Beanstalk
Thoughts at the Bottom of a Beanstalk  Once upon a time there was a little boy named Jack who was about to climb his very first beanstalk. He had a fresh haircut and a brand-new book bag. Even though his friends in the neighborhood had climbed this same beanstalk almost every day last… Read More
Valerie

8-22-2014
Valerie
Pushing your limits
People with type 1 diabetes have to push through many different types of challenges. One of those challenges is knowing when to push yourself and when to not push yourself. This is one challenge that I struggle with quite often.   I wasn’t diagnosed until 21, so I can remember what… Read More
Scully

8-22-2014
Scully
A directionless direction
I was talking to a girlfriend the other day about life, the future and anxiety. I haven’t been totally forthcoming with my issues and keep a lot of it inside. This seems to put me in a precarious situation with a fine balance between resentment and depression towards many things.  She was… Read More
Karen

8-21-2014
Karen
$1.00
Guess what greeted me when I took my fasting blood sugar this morning?  I get unreasonably excited about that elusive perfect 100.  You do know that when you get a #hundy you also get $1.00,…    Visit my blog to read more…. Read More
Kelly

8-20-2014
Kelly
Of Juice Box Lows & Being A Grown-Up
I was food shopping  – Something I don’t aways love to do, but ALWAYS make sure I do none the less.   I walked down the “JUICE” aisle  as I popped some glucose tabs and saw that the Apple and Eve Fruit Punch juice boxes were on sale.   You know, the ones with the… Read More
Kim

8-19-2014
Kim
“Keep Going.”
The minutiae of my diabetes life is looking pretty blurry lately – it’s less “paying close attention” and more “auto-pilot”.  I dipped my pinky toe into the CGM in the Cloud waters last week by downloading Chromadex, and thereby downloading (for the first time, at home) my Dexcom G4 CGM data… Read More
Hallie

8-19-2014
Hallie
How to #showmeyourpump: Vote for Sierra!
You all know that Sweets and I are BIG fans of Sierra Sandison – aka Miss Idaho!  If you didn’t get the chance to check out our interview with her, just click here!  I am so impressed with how Sierra is using her platform to raise awareness for type 1 diabetes with her #showmeyourpump… Read More
Kelly

8-18-2014
Kelly
Acclimating
I spent a few hours this weekend cleaning out my old car and getting it prepped to give to my nephew. In the process I found my favorite beaded flip-flops from 5 years ago shoved under the driver’s seat. And in the glove compartment I found a bag of petrified Jellybeans I’d… Read More
Hallie

8-18-2014
Hallie
Just Home Church Me: The Sunday Morning Fiasco
“I’m NOT going back!  You can just home church me!”  This was A’s reaction to going back to church after the fiasco a few weeks ago.  You may remember me mentioning this little incident in my post about our Nightscout/CGM in the Cloud experience.  But maybe I should start from… Read More
Hallie

8-17-2014
Hallie
Winner Winner Chicken Dinner
Just wanted to take a minute out of this busy weekend to announce the winner of the Lauren’s Hope $50 gift certificate!!  A big THANK YOU to Lauren’s Hope for celebrating the blog’s “new do” and my Blogaversary with me!  If you didn’t win, click over to right side on their logo and you… Read More
Alexis

8-16-2014
Alexis
School accessories. – Medical ID
I am so excited for back to school… Said no Dmom EVER.  Truth is I am always a mess before 504 time, and somehow it always works out just fine.  J’s D kit is packed and ready, his class containers with candy and snacks are packed, 504 is written, doctors orders signed.  But one… Read More
Scott

8-14-2014
Scott
All My Highs Are Belong to Lows
If you’re looking for context, here’s a little Sega Genesis Internet history. All My Highs Are Belong to Lows is a post from: Scott's Diabetes. This RSS Feed is for personal and non-commercial use only. If you’re not reading this post [...]All My Highs Are Belong to Lows is a… Read More
Hallie

8-14-2014
Hallie
Our CGM in the Cloud Experience: #wearenotwaiting
So I drank the Kool-Aid.  You knew I would.  When have I ever NOT jumped into new technology with both feet?!?  I can’t help it!  I love gadgets.  I love trying out new things.  Soooo…. I recently set us up with the Nightscout/CGM in the Cloud.  I’ll admit… at… Read More
Karen

8-13-2014
Karen
What’s That Wednesday – Just Keep Swimming . . .
Back in 2010, Pete and I ran a few 5K races.  I was slow and I took a lot of walking breaks, but I really did enjoy it.  But then we took a four year break.  (I don’t know why, but we did). This…    Visit my blog to read more…. Read More
Kelly

8-12-2014
Kelly
RIP: Robin Williams. #depressionlies
Some generations remember where they were WWII started and ended, when Kennedy got shot.   For me, I remember where I was when I found out about The Challenger disaster, Princess Diana dying, JFK Jr’s plane crashing,the Twin Towers falling and I will always remember where I was and what… Read More
Karen

8-12-2014
Karen
Guest Post: Spring Rains . . . .
Every year during Diabetes Blog Week I get to meet a few members of the DOC I hadn’t had an opportunity to interact with – and I love it!!  This year one of the people I got to meet was Rick Phillips…    Visit my blog to read more…. Read More
Scully

8-12-2014
Scully
An Absurd Challenge
Saturday started like any other long ride day. Friday was a particularly busy, hectic and hellishly anxiety-ridden so I didn’t have a ride planned. I looked at all my routes on Saturday morning and none of them were appealing. I innocently said to Ryan, “Where should I ride… Read More
Hallie

8-12-2014
Hallie
Back to School In Style: A Giveaway with Lauren’s Hope
Notice anything different?!?  I’m so excited to be able to share my new, updated blog design!  As much as I LOVE the old photo of Sweets, it’s not exactly how she looks anymore.  It makes me kind of sad but my baby is growing up!  So, in honor of my five year blogaversary, I… Read More
Michael

8-11-2014
Michael
A Visit To Indy and a Diabetes Meetup
It was great to meet up this past weekend with Jillian, a fellow Type 1 D-blogger (@Jianop on Twitter), who is from Denver and was visiting Indy for a conference.  Every August, Jillian comes to Indy for the annual Drum Corps International (DCI) World Championships event. This time, it was… Read More
Kelly

8-11-2014
Kelly
#AADE14: This Post Is All About How Amazing CDEs Are.
My apologies for last week’s lack of posts. I worked triple time before I flew to the 2014 AADE Conference in Orlando last Wednesday and I hit the ground hard when I landed – Attending sessions,working the DHF Booth and meeting with HCPs one on one and face to face. I focused on listening,… Read More
Hallie

8-11-2014
Hallie
Rock Your Dexcom
“HEY! What’s that thing on your arm?”  This is what we heard walking down the aisle at JoAnn Fabrics the other day.  Sweets and I were out getting things for my classroom and the projects I’m working on.  She was in front of me and stopped dead in her tracks when she heard… Read More
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