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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
Scott’s Sweepstakes! Coco’s First Sleepover (Book)
The post Scott’s Sweepstakes! Coco’s First Sleepover (Book) appeared first on Scott's Diabetes. Did you know that Lilly Diabetes and Disney do a lot of work together to help make a difference for kids with type 1 diabetes? We (yes, “we” – I’m still very much… Read More
Scott
What Diabetes Looks Like – Walk With D
The post What Diabetes Looks Like – Walk With D appeared first on Scott's Diabetes. What diabetes looks like? Do the images you see in the world today align with the images of your life with diabetes? Are you satisfied with the stock photography and the tired old video clips depicting… Read More
Scott
Free Diabetes Driving Clinic for Teens – Chicago, IL…
The post Free Diabetes Driving Clinic for Teens – Chicago, IL – 9/27/14 appeared first on Scott's Diabetes. I’m happy to announce that Juvenile Diabetes No Limits is heading back down to the Chicago area for another free driving clinic for teens with diabetes. This 1-day… Read More
Scott
Diathlete Gavin Griffiths in Minneapolis!
The post Diathlete Gavin Griffiths in Minneapolis! appeared first on Scott's Diabetes. I’m very excited to welcome Gavin Griffiths to Minneapolis! Gavin is an ultra-marathoner who has lived with type 1 diabetes since the age of 8. He’s making our great city an important part of an… Read More
Scott
Want to Win an iHealth Align Meter?
The post Want to Win an iHealth Align Meter? appeared first on Scott's Diabetes. I’m having fun with the “Scott’s Sweepstakes” series! I was so tickled when the contest software picked Loren as the winner of last week’s giveaway! I actually met Loren and her… Read More
Scott
Doug Masiuk – Appalachian Trail With Type 1
The post Doug Masiuk – Appalachian Trail With Type 1 appeared first on Scott's Diabetes. To say Doug Masiuk likes to run is like saying Scott Johnson likes to drink Diet Coke. Doug is all about empowering people with diabetes through his love of running. Not long ago he ran across… Read More
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
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
Scott
Scott’s Old School Low Treatment
I spent Saturday helping to clean out dad’s garage. We found an old tackle box with some low BG supplies inside. These don’t have dates on them, but they are at least twenty-five years old. At least. Back in the day we didn’t have glucose tabs. In fact, I remember baggies of… Read More
Scott
Jay Haapala – Flying Solo with T1D!
I’m thrilled to bring back Jay Haapala for another guest post! Last time was about the Prudential Spirit of Community award, and this time he’s soaring above cloud nine! Welcome back, Jay! When you think of flying you probably think [...]Jay Haapala – Flying Solo with T1D! is a… Read More
Scott
Hanging with SugarFreeShawn (Shawn Shepheard)!
I was blessed with an opportunity to finally meet Shawn in person at CWD’s Friends for Life conference in Orlando – and he’s twice as awesome in person as I’d imagined him to be. We weren’t able to [...]Hanging with SugarFreeShawn (Shawn Shepheard)! is a post from:… Read More
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
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
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
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
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
Scott
I Ran A Half – Check Out My Medal!
After finishing an 8k with Insulindependence last fall I talked myself into completing a half marathon in Seattle, and committed to doing so on live internet radio (it’s also recorded, so I couldn’t pretend it didn’t happen). I trained, and trained, [...]I Ran A Half –… Read More
Scott
ADA’s 74th Sci Sessions in San Fran
A couple of weeks ago I attended the American Diabetes Association’s 74th Scientific Sessions which brought over 17,000 people from more than 121 countries to San Francisco, CA for an action packed weekend of learning and connecting. Thanks and Appreciation I have many people to thank for… Read More
Scott
Honoring Heroes with the American Red Cross
I’ve been invited to help the American Red Cross Northern Minnesota Region tell the story of the upcoming Heroes Breakfast. I’m incredibly honored, and am surrounded by a powerhouse group of fellow advocates in the [...]Honoring Heroes with the American Red Cross is a post from:… Read More
Scott
Too Good to be True?
Have you ever had a CGM line so flat and steady that you’ve wondered if it’s tracking right?    Or am I the only one whose BG’s fly around so much that this type of stability is surprising… Too Good to be True? is a post from: Scott's DiabetesToo Good to be… Read More
Scott
Minneapolis ADA Tour de Cure Champions! Let’s Roll!
QUICK! What are you doing on Friday night?! If you’re in the Minneapolis area and are coming to the Tour de Cure Champions VIP Dinner – I’ll see you there! I’m honored to be the keynote speaker for the Champions to STOP Diabetes VIP Dinner on the night before… Read More
Scott
Kevin K. Talks about Diabetes Training Camp
Today I’m featuring a guest post by Kevin Kosewic. He’s lived with type 1 diabetes since 1967, diagnosed at the age of 8. Just over six years ago he discovered Diabetes Training Camp, run by Dr. Matt Corcoran, and fell in love with it. Diabetes Training Camp is a unique clinical… Read More
Scott
Is it Important to You? Hope?
In less than one week (on Tuesday, May 20) I will be joining a group of panelists, a handful of behind-the-scenes people, two partner organizations (Diabetes Hands Foundation & dLife), and one sponsoring company (Pamlab) to bring the second Diabetes [...]Is it Important to You? Hope? is a post… Read More
Scott
Best Cupcake Ever – dBlog Week
#160; Our assignment for day two of the fifth (!!) annual #DBlogWeek is to write a poem, rhyme, ballad, haiku, or any other form of poetry about diabetes. At first I thought this would be really hard for me, but my day delivered a perfect solution, [...]Best Cupcake Ever – dBlog Week is a… Read More
Scott
Changing the World? One Connection at a Time – dBlog Week
#160; Our assignment for day one of the fifth annual (!!) #DBlogWeek is to talk about diabetes causes and issues that get us really fired up. I’m not a fired up kind of guy. The slow and steady march of making connections, introducing people who need to [...]Changing the World? One… Read More
Scott
Diabetes and Wellbeing by Dr. Jen Nash
I recently finished reading “Diabetes and Wellbeing” by Dr. Jen Nash, and I really enjoyed it. Subtitled “Managing the psychological and emotional challenges of diabetes types 1 and 2″ Dr. Nash set out to help us find some good ways to deal with the challenges [...]Diabetes… Read More
Scott
They Had a Good Thing – Dr. P. Deroze
I love this poem & performance by Doc P from DiagnosedNotDefeated, check it out! They Had a Good Thing – Dr. P. Deroze is a post from: Scott's DiabetesThey Had a Good Thing – Dr. P. Deroze is a post from: Scott's Diabete… Read More
Scott
Diabetes, Complications, and Hope – Let’s Talk…
I’m very happy to announce the return of the Diabetes Hope Conference! We have another amazing lineup of panelists (some returning, some new), with what we hope (no pun intended) are topics that you feel are worth participating in. This year we have a very [...]Diabetes, Complications, and… Read More
Scott
This is Doug
This is my friend Doug. He’s pretty cool. He has type 1 diabetes, just like me. He decided he was going to run a marathon. In February of 2011, he couldn’t run 0.25 miles, and in October of 2011 he completed the Twin Cities Marathon. He’s done four more [...]This is Doug is a… Read More
Scott
Best Intentions and Toaster Strudels
Please don’t judge me for getting excited about finding toaster strudels in the freezer this morning. I did everything right. I tested my blood sugar, I counted the carbs, I even set a mental timer for when I could actually eat (doing the pre-bolus thing). But as my morning escaped into… Read More

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