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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
Snatch & Diabetes
This being one of my favorite movies has led to some really interesting discussions… I wish the world could have seen how big my grin was when I found this Tweet & Twitter Account. In the quiet words of the virgin Mary, test again. — Prick Top (@PrickTop_type1) March 25, 2014 … Read More
Scott
Scott’s TuDiabetes.org Live Interview
I recently had the honor of spending an hour with Emily and the TuDiabetes.org family talking about my life with diabetes, my work in the diabetes world, and a bunch of other fun stuff. We even had a surprise cameo appearance by the one and only… Read More
Scott
Scott in Live Interview with TuDiabetes.org – Thursday,…
I’m super excited to be joining the awesome Emily Coles at TuDiabetes.org for a live interview on Thursday,  March 20, 2014 at 4pm EST/3pm CST/1pm PST. I have a TON of things I can talk about, but I’d love for YOU [...]Scott in Live Interview with TuDiabetes.org – Thursday,… Read More
Scott
Diabetes Scholars – Polynesian Style!
I’m happy to spread the word about the Diabetes Scholars annual fundraiser at Friends for Life this July. This year sounds amazing! Mary Podjasek, tireless champion and President/Executive Director, Diabetes Scholars Foundation, describes the evening: Your… Read More
Scott
I Support: Dr. Korey Hood – Boston Marathon for JDRF
Dr. Korey Hood is one of my favorite people. He training to run the 2014 Boston Marathon (!!) with Team JDRF on April 21st, and could use some help. I love Korey because he’s a great guy, and he has dedicated his life to helping us with the hardest part of living with diabetes – [...]I… Read More
Scott
Balancing Diabetes by Kerri Sparling
Before I talk about how much I enjoyed reading Kerri’s book, I need to disclose that she is a close friend. In general, I’m a fan of all she does. I’m also honored to be mentioned and to have contributed a few quotes in this book. There’s no way I can offer an unbiased… Read More
Scott
A Fun Read, with Diabetes! “GOOD LIKE THIS”
Opening a new book and finding it easy to read is a treat. It takes a lot of skill and talent to put words together in a way that’s easy on the brain and doesn’t cause fatigue. Using those words to put together a good story is a special talent all of its own. Put [...]A Fun Read, with… Read More
Scott
mySugr Makes Learning Fun
I’m really enjoying my work with the team at mySugr. They make learning fun. Exhibit A (my favorite part starts at 1:37…): There’s an inside joke buried there that made me laugh out loud – so naturally I’m going to share it with [...]mySugr Makes Learning Fun is a… Read More
Scott
5th Anniversary of Diabetes Art Day! Do the Survey.
I can’t believe this will be the fifth year of diabetes art day (February 3, 2014). Diabetes art day is always a special event, but this seems extra special to me. I had a chance to talk [...]5th Anniversary of Diabetes Art Day! Do the Survey. is a post from: Scott's Diabete… Read More
Scott
It’s just weird…
We accept it because it is part of the world we’ve been thrown into. Some of us, myself included, are even thankful. Being able to measure it instead of how things used to be is a huge improvement. But there is nothing not weird about cutting ourselves over and over again to bleed on things…. Read More
Scott
The Protection Genes?
I had my diabetic eye exam yesterday. Nearly 34 years of type 1 diabetes and the doctor said he couldn’t see any sign of diabetes. Not a thing. Whew… I’d been given news of another year (actually two years since my last visit) without a complication from diabetes. I felt… Read More
Scott
“I See Donations In Your Future…”
It has been over six years since I first joined TuDiabetes. To this day they are still one of the very first resources I mention when people are looking for information about a specific subject, product, problem, or just aren’t quite sure where to start with this whole online diabetes thing…. Read More
Scott
Incongruous Images
Pretty soon I depart for Vienna, Austria to hang out with the mySugr crew for a couple weeks. I’m very excited – I’ve never been to Europe, and Vienna sounds like an incredible site to see. I’m also looking forward to meeting the incredible people at… Read More
Scott
Running 8k in Philly – AWESOME!
I had two thoughts when I received the invite to run an 8k race and speak at the Insulindependence Philadelphia Weekend: Cool! Holy crap! 8k? I better start training! 8k is just about 5 miles. Well outside of my comfort zone, but not so far outside that it felt unachievable. [...]Running 8k in… Read More
Scott
Diabetes Won’t Stop Me
I’m a big fan of the folks at Jerry the Bear, and my love and support for Kim and her work is almost as true and strong as my love for Diet Coke. When they came up with [...]Diabetes Won’t Stop Me is a post from: Scott's Diabete… Read More
Scott
Making it Available – Thank You Insulindependence!
Were you interested in the 14th North American Conference in Diabetes and Exercise that took place in August but couldn’t afford the hundreds of dollars for travel, lodging, registration, and accompanying expenses? I totally feel you, and so do the incredibly generous Corporate Members of… Read More
Scott
I Wear Medical ID
I wear medical ID. It’s something I feel strongly about, and worry over when I don’t have on. Most of the time I wear a bracelet and necklace, and also have stickers on my car. You might say I’m a bit paranoid about it. I would say… Read More
Scott
Slipstream in the US! Oh Yeah Baby!
It’s my honor (or “honour” as they might say up north… is that a bad Canadian joke?) to present a guest post by Jen Hansen  from Connected in Motion! What is the special occasion? Slipstream is coming to the United States, October 25-27, 2013! [...]Slipstream in the US! Oh… Read More
Scott
1 Mile for Diabetes
While in San Diego for the Insulindependent event I met Doug Masiuk (@1RunAmerica) in person. I had heard of him, something about a crazy guy with type 1 diabetes who ran across the United States last year.  He [...]1 Mile for Diabetes is a post from: Scott's Diabete… Read More
Scott
The Biggest Thanks – Insulindependence 2013 Athletic…
This post is long overdue. There are rumors of an actual trophy headed my way, and I was waiting for it to arrive before writing this. Maybe the engraver misspelled something and they had to start from scratch? It IS made out of the blood, sweat, and tears of exercising PWD’s, you know…… Read More
Scott
mySugr’s Magic Monsters
I have been having so much fun working with the guys (and gals) at mySugr. They’ve been keeping me way more than busy, and I’m thrilled to say they’ve officially adopted me into their monsterpack. It’s [...]mySugr’s Magic Monsters is a post from: Scott's Diabete… Read More
Scott
Teens with Diabetes Needed – Free Driving Clinic –…
URGENT! Five spots open for free driving clinic specially designed for teens with diabetes (and their learner’s permit)! It’s happening in Tinley Park, IL next weekend (October 5th, 2013), and it looks awesome. Do you see some of the hot rods in these pictures? I’d love to get… Read More
Scott
Did you say FREE test strips?
I am a fan of all things diaTribe. They are good people doing great work for those of us with diabetes. If you’re not already subscribed to their mailing list, I highly recommend it. Their publications come out monthly, and contain [...]Did you say FREE test strips? is a post from:… Read More
Scott
16 Days to Go Beyond
While Steve and I were fierce (not really) competitors during the award contest, I’m a huge fan of him and all he’s doing (we actually bumped into each other at the arrival airport and hugged it out). I’ve written about him and his work [...]16 Days to Go Beyond is a post from:… Read More
Scott
Insulindependence Philadelphia Weekend 2013
Join me in Philly for the Insulindepence Philadephia Weekend (11/15 – 11/17)! From their website: Event Overview |  Our goal at the Philadelphia Weekend is to bring the active diabetes community together – in person – to partake in learning opportunities, camaraderie, and a… Read More
Scott
Does the FDA Understand Diabetes?
The FDA would like to gain a better understanding of specific diseases. Over the next five years they plan to conduct at least twenty patient meetings on a wide variety of diseases such as sickle cell, Parkinson’s, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, narcolepsy, and a handful more. But… Read More
Scott
Wired Up – A Taste of Magic
There are many amazing things about going to a Friends for Life conference, but one of my absolute favorites is having a chance to interact with people you’d never dream of meeting otherwise. As an example, years ago and only a day or two into my very first [...]Wired Up – A Taste of… Read More
Scott
The Friend for Life Award
I received this award last month while at CWD’s 2013 Friends for Life conference in Orlando. That moment easily falls in with some of the most memorable of my life; getting married, witnessing the births of my kids, the many joyful [...]The Friend for Life Award is a post from: Scott's… Read More
Scott
Just Alone – Friends for Life
While I’m a believer that it is never too late to experience your first Friends for Life conference, I do believe that the earlier you get there the better. To this day I can vividly remember walking into the opening banquet years ago and being stopped in my tracks by [...]Just Alone –… Read More
Scott
Whirlwind of Awesome (& Strip Safely)
Whew! It has been an amazing couple of months for me. I have so much I’d like to say about so many things, but I’m short on time (seems to be a theme of mine lately). I’m heading off to the YMCA for some afternoon basketball, which I’m hoping buys me some slack from you… Read More

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