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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
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

Scott
Scott – “Scott’s Diabetes”
Scott was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in April of 1980 when he was approximately 5-years-old. In order to make sense of the “psychological baggage” that comes with having to manage type 1 diabetes on a daily basis, Scott started to keep track of his type 1 life in February of 2000 by way of a journal and records. As blogging tools evolved, Scott took his writings online in late 2004, offering “an honest and open account” of his life with type 1 diabetes. A definite highlight of his web site are his published A1C records, which date back to 1981. Scott is actively involved in the diabetes community and he makes an effort to connect with other diabetics whenever he can. For example, on his blog he writes about having dinner with Kathy White, a type 1 who underwent an islet cell transplant. Visit Scott’s Blog: “Scott’s Diabetes”.

Latest Posts by Scott
Scott
#ScottsDeathRide ???? ????‍?? – how it all started
You might be wondering how I got myself into this mess… 100 miles in Death Valley? What am I thinking?  I ask myself the same thing every day. Many times. Erik put together a video that does a pretty good job of telling the story. Check it out below. I’ll be back soon with another… Read More
Scott
#ScottsDeathRide ???? ????‍?? – how it all started
You might be wondering how I got myself into this mess… 100 miles in Death Valley? What am I thinking?  I ask myself the same thing every day. Many times. Erik put together a video that does a pretty good job of telling the story. Check it out below. I’ll be back soon with another… Read More
Scott
#ScottsDeathRide – Week 3 wrap up
I joined a group from JDRF San Diego for a great group training ride this morning to finish off my third week of training for #ScottsDeathRide (100 miles in Death Valley this October with @erikdouds for JDRF – learn more and support us at https://diabadass.com/death-valley). I finished the… Read More
Scott
#ScottsDeathRide – 2 weeks of training in the bag!
I finished week 2 of my training schedule on Saturday and I’m feeling good!  I can tell that I’m getting stronger, and I can tell that my body is changing. How? Because I’m hungry and tired! Good reminders to focus on my sleep and nutrition – both important parts of… Read More
Scott
#ScottsDeathRide – Blame it on cycling
I connected with my friend Shaw for a nice ride over the long holiday weekend. I was excited to hear that his journey with physical fitness started with cycling! Check out the video: The post #ScottsDeathRide – Blame it on cycling appeared first on Scott's Diabetes…. Read More
Scott
#ScottsDeathRide – Sara and why she rides
My training schedule has officially started for #ScottsDeathRide (details here…) – I’m partway through week #2 as I write this. One thing I’m already loving is visiting with friends while riding bikes together. The other day I spent some quality time in the saddle with Sara and… Read More
Scott
#ScottsDeathRide – Father’s Day ride with George
As I really get rolling in my training plan for #ScottsDeathRide (details here…), I want to bring you up to speed on the cool rides, people, and stories that take place.  Not long ago, I connected with my friend George “(the original) Ninjabetic” Simmons for a great… Read More
Scott
#ScottsDeathRide – What in the world?
A few months back, my friend Erik Douds talked me into this crazy adventure of cycling 100 miles through DEATH VALLEY to benefit JDRF. Henceforth affectionately known as #ScottsDeathRide – a.k.a. JDRF Death Valley 2019 Ride to Cure Diabetes! (don’t worry, I’m not going to die) Join us… Read More
Scott
JDRF TypeOneNation Summit in San Diego
I attended my first JDRF TypeOneNation Summit since moving to San Diego and had SO MUCH FUN! My father-in-law and I spent countless hours watching boxing together over the past 20 years, so I was excited when I realized who walked in the room to kick things off. None other than former pro boxing… Read More
Scott
39 years of living well with diabetes – celebrate…
Today is another special day for me! Thanks for joining me on this little celebration hike that I’m doing today. It’s a pretty big day for me! I am celebrating 39 years living well with diabetes, and I thought what better way to do that than to get out for a little hike. There are… Read More
Scott
The power of small, simple steps
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of SPLENDA® Naturals. The opinions and text are all mine. I can be a little stubborn sometimes. I believe being stubborn can be a helpful attribute – especially for diabetes management and trying to stay healthy. When diabetes throws me a… Read More
Scott
Book review of A Future With Hope by Carl Armato
A Future with Hope by Carl Armato on Amazon Carl Armato was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at just 18-months old in 1966. Immediately thrown into the fire of figuring out diabetes, his family rallied around him and together, they started the journey of fitting good diabetes care into a full,… Read More
Scott
Time without CGM? No big deal, right?
I am a big fan of continuous glucose monitoring (CGM). I’ve used CGM for a more than a decade. I think it’s a tremendously valuable layer of information, and I’d argue that continuous glucose monitoring has been the the biggest improvement in diabetes since blood sugar monitors… Read More
Scott
I refuse to accept it as normal
I am thankful for every ounce of progress and advancement. I use all of the tools and technology I can get my hands on. And I’m grateful. My life is much better today than it was years ago. But do not forget that we stab ourselves with sharp metal objects, squirt some stuff under our… Read More
Scott
A wise birdie once said, focus on progress not perfection
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Splenda. The opinions and text are all mine. Big Moves My family recently finished a big move, relocating from Minneapolis to San Diego for work. I was born and raised in Minneapolis, I was diagnosed with diabetes there, I met my wife… Read More
Scott
No small change
I pay attention when something sticks in my head. I guess that’s the nature of it sticking in my head, right? It won’t leave me alone until I do something about it. Last week Kerri posted on Facebook about Meri’s beautiful story called “There is no such thing as small… Read More
Scott
38th Diaversary
Today makes 38 (!!) years of living with type 1 diabetes. While diabetes itself is nothing to celebrate, each year I make a point to acknowledge and celebrate (even if just internally) all of the hard work I do to take good care of myself. It’s never easy, and diabetes is always a lot of… Read More
Scott
Staying hydrated with The Right Cup
Fun brain tricks that help me drink more water. I am trying to drink more water. I’m not abandoning Diet Coke (never that), but I think it’d be a good idea for me to drink more water, too. So when the folks at “The Right Cup™” asked if I’d like to take a look at… Read More
Scott
Footbeat – increase circulation through pressure on the…
Spendy, a little noisy, but what a concept…. I don’t often do reviews, but I was really intrigued by this concept and product and wanted to learn more. I was sent a demo of the Recovery Kit from Footbeat. It is a product that increases circulation through precise, cyclic pressure on the… Read More
Scott
A Bad Case by Erin Spineto
An original comedy series about four friends. Are you an aspiring actor with diabetes? Do you have big dreams of bringing your blood sugar to the big screen? Read on! Erin Spineto has a project that you might be interested in. For more about how it all came to be, here’s Erin. I was watching… Read More
Scott
There’s a new diabetes website in town!
Diabetes Strong is a new health and fitness website for people living with diabetes. It’s the place to go if you’re looking for information and advice on everything from exercise and nutrition to the latest diabetes products and tech. Diabetes Strong was originally created as TheFitBlog… Read More
Scott
Diabetes Emergency Relief Coalition – hurricane support…
Coming together to help those in need. Spreading the word about important and reliable hurricane support efforts. Please help get the word out. Diabetes Coalition Continues to Support Southeast Texas with Critical Diabetes Supplies and Ready to Respond to Hurricane Irma’s Impact in Puerto Rico… Read More
Scott
The power of me too and “There’s More to the…
I’ve asked Mindy to share more about her upcoming book. With great pleasure, here she is with some of her story and more details about how you can connect with her. Thank you, Mindy, you’re wonderful! I’ve greatly benefitted from the power of me too when it comes to diabetes. When… Read More
Scott
Teens with Diabetes – Free Driving Clinic
Heads up, Twin Cities! JDNL.org is putting on another free driving clinic for teens with diabetes (August 4th, 2017 at Dakota County Technical College)! But you’ll have to hurry up and register! There are only a couple of openings left for this year’s session.  My son just started… Read More
Scott
The Freedom Broker by K.J. Howe
A kidnap-and-ransom thriller – with diabetes!. Lucas Davenport, Mitch Rapp, and Jack Reacher are a few book characters I enjoy sharing time with. I recently added Thea Paris to that list. She is one of 25 elite response consultants who travel undercover to the deadliest situations in the world to… Read More
Scott
Visiting Team Novo Nordisk
Heroes for people with diabetes. Just before the holidays, I attended Team Novo Nordisk’s (TNN) media day at Stone Mountain Park near Atlanta, GA. (Disclosure: Team Novo Nordisk paid for my travel, lodging, and some meals) I got a close look at the scale of Team Novo Nordisk’s vision,… Read More
Scott
The Diabetes UnConference – February 2017
See you in Vegas, baby!. Don’t miss it – register now – the deadline is January 24th! From the official website: What is it? At The Diabetes UnConference, every participant is an expert. All attendees can ask and answer questions and learn from their peers in a safe setting… Read More
Scott
Identifying barriers to transition of care
Changing from pediatric to adult care. I had a great pediatric diabetes care team and stayed with them as long as possible. I was in my mid-twenties still sitting in the waiting room with the little guys and gals. We passed the time by checking out Highlights Magazines and sliding shapes along… Read More
Scott
Sugar Surfing comes to Minneapolis
A workshop with Dr. Stephen Ponder . Dr. Stephen Ponder is a pediatric endocrinologist and certified diabetes educator with Scott and White Healthcare in Temple, Tx. He’s lived with type 1 diabetes since March of 1966 and has been a pioneering force in diabetes telehealth and remote care for… Read More
Scott
The Faces of Diabetes
Breaking stereotypes with positive attitudes. I love “The Faces of Diabetes” and the great work they’re doing. If you’re not already familiar, The Faces of Diabetes is a nonprofit dedicated to changing the way people see diabetes. Founded by Edward Fielder, the idea started… Read More

Visit Scott’s Blog at “Scott’s Diabetes”
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