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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
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

Sarah Jane
Sarah Jane – “Sarahndipity”
Diagnosed with type 1 at age 11, Sarah Jane grew up in western Missouri with her parents and two younger brothers. Originally wanting to pursue a career working outdoors with the National Park Service, Sarah Jane spent 5 months living in rural Northeastern Utah while interning at Dinosaur National Monument. She is also looking forward to future scheduled internships for the NPS in South Carolina and Yellowstone. However, as a result of her blog and her participation in the diabetes community, she hopes to eventually pursue a career in diabetes education in an effort to teach others that diabetes doesn’t have to slow you down. Visit Sarah Jane’s Blog: “Sarahndipity”.

Latest Posts by Sarah Jane
Sarah Jane
Here we go again!
Guys, it’s 2015! My blog, despite it’s chronic underuse, will turn six years old this year. My diabetes will turn seventeen. My relationship will turn one and I will turn 28. But ages and years are just numbers. What’s the important thing? I’m not really sure. All I know is… Read More
Sarah Jane
“You can eat whatever you want.”
That’s what they told me. I don’t remember who exactly, but it was someone at Mercy Children’s Hospital’s diabetes center in Kansas City circa 2000. After 2 years of taking regular and NPH insulin, which to be brief, put you on an insane diabetes roller coaster, I was… Read More
Sarah Jane
I miss writing. Here’s a story.
Life is a balancing act. It’s work, it’s leisure, it’s relationships, it’s church, it’s diabetes management, it’s financial management, and then it is just plain sitting and thinking about it all. We’ve all gone though phases where everything seems… Read More
Sarah Jane
Restart. Again.
It’s time. I have spent many, many months battling “the other D,” battling denial and battling my deamons. Writing didn’t come easy for a long time, and then when I could literally feel the words pouring out of my brain I was without a laptop for a few months. It’s… Read More
Sarah Jane
The Realizes, or, Things I’m Remembering While Navigating…
Blog no longer abandoned, just rarely tended to, I am starting to come back around. And while I realize that maybe this whole mess of the 20′s will be one big black hole when I come out of it, at least, knowing that I still have three and a half good years left before I […]… Read More
Sarah Jane
The Realizes, or, Things I’m Remembering While Navigating…
Blog no longer abandoned, just rarely tended to, I am starting to come back around. And while I realize that maybe this whole mess of the 20’s will be one big black hole when I come out of it, at least, knowing that I still have three and a half good years left before I […]… Read More
Sarah Jane
I kind of had an epiphany today.
I’ve always been hard on myself. I tell myself that I will do things right, differently, correctly, good, whatever, and constantly screw things up. I’m always disappointed when things take more work than expected, or when I fail to do something. That sounds really general and… Read More
Sarah Jane
Another Post on What It’s Like (unedited)
Part of the reason I’ve been gone so long has been because I’ve been focusing a lot of my energy on losing weight and getting fit, and I’ve been blogging about that over on tumblr. But I kind of accidentally wrote a rare long tumblr post today that fits better over here, with… Read More
Sarah Jane

Today is a new day. Today is a new day. The first day of a new month. The first day of a new start. Every day is a new day. Every day is a gift. Especially when you have diabetes. My birthday is next week. I will be celebrating another year of being alive. Another […]… Read More
Sarah Jane
No Big Deal.
This post is part of D-Blog day 2012 .  Every November, for four years now, I have participated in Diabetes Awareness Month. Similar to the ever-popular Breast Cancer Awareness that October celebrates (about which I continue to have mixed feelings), … Continue reading &#8594… Read More
Sarah Jane
Resurrection
Sarahndipity is going to be resurrected.  There are times when support is just needed, and turning to the internet masses seems to be a way to make it happen. It’s Diabetes awareness month, of course, another year of awesomeness, awareness, … Continue reading &#8594… Read More
Sarah Jane
Progress Report
#160; So far I have lost just under 16 lbs and am at over 5% body weight loss. My next goal is to lose 16 more lbs by December 4th. That would put me at a total of 11.5% body … Continue reading &#8594… Read More
Sarah Jane
Getting back into the Groove.
It’s always tough to get back into blogging and being an active part of the community  Diabetes Online Community, or DOC) when you’ve been gone for a while. For me it’s something I need to do, without a doubt. Diabetes … Continue reading &#8594… Read More
Sarah Jane
Why I want to lose weight
I’ve battled with this for a long time. I have really, really, really been working on myself and those around me to accept myself the way I am and not worry about feeling like a failure because I have gained … Continue reading &#8594… Read More
Sarah Jane
When life throws you a swift kick in the eyeballs….
Eyes. Diabetes can have multiple side effects, whether well controlled or not, but more likely if not well controlled. And one major issue is eyes. Diabetic retinopathy can lead to blindness and a whole host of other problems. Needless to … Continue reading &#8594… Read More
Sarah Jane
(Anyone Perfect Must Be Lying)…Combating Disease Denial…
The thing about living with a disease that requires your attention every moment of every day is that it gets annoying.  The thing about participating in a community online that focuses on said disease is that sometimes you just don’t … Continue reading &#8594… Read More
Sarah Jane
The Return
Look for the return of updates and a re-vamped site tomorrow. It’s one of those things. Sometimes you just need a break. Other times, you need to release. I’m in a better place now, d- and other d- wise. And … Continue reading &#8594… Read More
Sarah Jane
Sometimes, the right song can speak to the heart.
Regrets collect like old friends, here to relive your darkest moments. And all of the ghouls come out to play, and every demon wants his pound of flesh. But I like to keep some things to myself. I like to … Continue reading &#8594… Read More
Sarah Jane
Alone in The Other D…Depression.
Many, many, many people who are involved in the Diabetes Online Community say they felt alone in their diagnosis or their illness before they found companions online who shared their struggles. This is one of the beautiful things about our … Continue reading &#8594… Read More
Sarah Jane
Look what I made:
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Sarah Jane
Ode to Smokey
I remember when we first found you. My dad was taking me to softball practice. I was 14 years old and we were still living in Drexel, MO. We nearly ran you over, when Dad said you were a cat … Continue reading &#8594… Read More
Sarah Jane
12 Things I Want in 2012
Get Employed Get Healthy Get out of my parents house Get a 4.0 twice Get some cooking skills Get rid of caffeine addiction Get better at blogging Get on the bike for Tour de Cure Get out of debt Get … Continue reading &#8594… Read More
Sarah Jane
Looking Back
Entering myself in the barrage of new year posts, I have come to realize that blogging about goals and accomplishments each new year has it’s benefits: keeping track of the goals I set to see if I reached them somewhere I can’t lose … Continue reading &#8594… Read More
Sarah Jane
Once Upon a Christmas Night…..A Diabetes Tale
Peacefully asleep on Christmas night, I roll over in a routine manner for me. This time, I feel a tug in my stomach. My insulin pump has slipped out of the waistband in my pants and wrapped around my abdomen.  Almost without waking up, my hand jumps to the area of the tug. I had […]… Read More
Sarah Jane
Merry Christmas!
Heads up, the new year will bring new content and some surprises. I hope that you and yours have a fantastic holiday season, whatever religion you may be. I will be spending lots of time with family and counting lots of carbs! Wishing you a holiday season full of good blood glucose levels!… Read More
Sarah Jane
“Is it Winter or Something?” – Dealing with…
Finally caught up on my DOC reading, I have noticed a trend. Negativity – and not in a hateful sort of way, but in an “I’m really frustrated with myself because I feel like I’m failing” kind of way. While my first instinct would have been encouragement, I honestly can… Read More
Sarah Jane
Thankfulness.
I am eternally thankful for: My family and friends who make up my amazing support system The Diabetes Online Community for diabetes support when no one else understands Fredrick Banting and Charles Best, and their work that resulted in my life today. Advanced technology – making better… Read More
Sarah Jane
Solution to Diabetes Crossword
Solution + + E S T U B I N G + + + M + + + + G + + + C + + + + S + E + + + + + + + + + E + + L + + + A + + + + + O + […]… Read More
Sarah Jane
DIABETES CROSSWORD
I made this here. Diabetes Awareness Month G N E S T U B I N G H V H M N G B M G N R Z C G T R D S S E B X H W V C B P P E Z E L J L G A G […]… Read More
Sarah Jane
Most Delish Tortilla Taco Thing
I made this yesterday. You should try it. It’s gluten free.   Ingredents: 1 corn tortilla Hummus of your choice 1 small to medium avocado Chopped tomato (as much as you want) Chicken (or meat of your choice, optional), cooked to your preference, cut into pieces Seasoning or cheese of… Read More

Visit Sarah Jane’s Blog at “Sarahndipity”
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