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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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Hallie

7-18-2015
Hallie
Her Story, Our Story, Your Story: It’s Time to Change the…
What is it about some people that just grab our hearts and don’t let go?  There are just some people and some stories that have that way about them.    For me, and for many others, Kycie’s story is one of those.    I’m not sure why exactly.  But I think it’s… Read More
Kevin

7-16-2015
Kevin
Kycie Terry’s Type 1 Diabetes Fight and Death Heard by…
On Saturday July 11, 2015, a post appeared on Facebook that shook the diabetes community and beyond. Five-year-old Kycie Terry, diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes less than six months ago, had passed away. It was the kind of news that you have to read twice and even a third time, hoping that somehow… Read More
Hallie

7-7-2015
Hallie
Traveling With Diabetes: Planes, Cars and Disney Monorails
Traveling with diabetes is never exactly easy!  I think diabetes should count as another person because of all the supplies that you obsessively over pack need for your trip!    We are, by no means, travel experts.  We do, however, travel somewhat frequently.  So I… Read More
Scully

7-3-2015
Scully
My Sharpie is my app
I have figured out some bizarre ways to not kill myself with diabetes. Some of my lessons have been picked up from other diabetics and others are my own creation.  This one is mine and for all intents and purposes it’s completely archaic.  In the age of smart phones, apps and… Read More
Alissa

6-29-2015
Alissa
the hidden disease
type 1 diabetes is so often difficult to explain because there are no physical symptoms. honestly, this makes me really angry sometimes, because if people could SEE it, they would be able to understand. instead, i’m left trying to use words to explain what’s going on, and i’m actually not that… Read More
Scully

6-18-2015
Scully
The familiar is comforting no matter how bad it is
I go through life with anxiety. Some days or hours (or weeks or months) it’s more prominent than others.  I go through phases where I feel like the mastermind boss with anxiety firmly squished beneath my thumb. I get a false sense of security out of this which makes me feel invincible even… Read More
Amy

6-16-2015
Amy
A Decade of Diabetes
Right about this time exactly 10 years ago I was rocking my infant daughter and giving her yet one more bottle. (she’d weaned from breast to bottle in the previous weeks because she was never satisfied) She was restless and insatiably hungry and sweaty and something just wasn’t right. After that… Read More
Kelly

6-1-2015
Kelly
Diabetes: Of Labs; Life Circumstances, Being More Than Our…
Tomorrow is my D Day and I could let the fact that circumstances beyond my control may indeed have messed with my lab results – And I could beat myself up – Or…I could go the other route.  ######  Tomorrow is my endo appointment  – A person living with diabetes own personal D… Read More
Kelly

5-26-2015
Kelly
My Experience: Diabetes + A New Virus That Mimics Severe…
This will most likely be the last post re: my sinus/upper respiratory infection drama for a while – I’m sick and tired of writing and bitching about it and I’m sure your starting to get tired of hearing about it.   BUT with that being said, I’m writing about my experience today because… Read More
Kelly

5-22-2015
Kelly
Saying Goodbye To The Snap – SIGH.
Due to being sidelined with bronchitis, laryngitis and trechitis – I’m behind incredibly behind on posting about many things – And I’m sorry for that, but I was REALLY sick.    Now I’m scrambling to play catch up now that the second round of antibiotics and the first round of steroids… Read More
Kim

5-22-2015
Kim
Adventures in Foot Pain.
Disclosure right up front: the shoe company Vionic contacted me a few weeks back and instead of me immediately deleting their email like I do with most PR pitches, I was excited – I really love the two pairs of Vionic shoes I already own. They asked if they could send me a pair of their orthotic… Read More
Kelly

5-19-2015
Kelly
Lost In Sinus City
Sinus City, as in real people sick since last Thursday, which was also my birthday.   I’m talking sick in the head – As in head so clogged I can barely hear and coughing so much from the dreaded post nasal drip that the back of my head aches from my brain continually rattling in my… Read More
Scully

5-16-2015
Scully
Dblog week day 6 – linkity links
Today’s prompt is:  If you have been blogging for a while, what is your favorite sentence or blogpost that you have ever written?  Is it diabetes related or just life related?  If you are a new blogger and don’t have a favorite yet, tell us what motivated you to start sharing your… Read More
Scully

5-15-2015
Scully
D-blog week day 5 – a day of food
This is probably the post that got me to do Dblog week at all. Not only because it was recommended by my favouritist blogger Katy but because it was cool.  The premise? document a day of eating. YESS! something that requires a day of pictures is my favourite. I was all stoked and then the day… Read More
Kelly

5-14-2015
Kelly
Diabetes Blog Week Day 4: Changes – Where The Hell Do I Start?
Today is day four of Diabetes Blog Week – And today’s topic is all about changes in all dimensions that you’d like to see re: diabetes.  Here are my thoughts (OK, it’s a rant,) on the topic of “changes,” and I hope you can relate~  #########  Changes when it comes to… Read More
Scully

5-14-2015
Scully
D-blog week day 4 – ch..ch..ch.. changes
Prompt for today:Today let’s talk about changes, in one of two ways.  Either tell us what you’d most like to see change about diabetes, in any way.  This can be management tools, devices, medications, people’s perceptions, your own feelings – anything at all that you feel could use… Read More
Hallie

5-14-2015
Hallie
VitalPak – A Review and Give Away
A few weeks ago, we were given the opportunity to try a new product designed for people with Type 1 diabetes and other medical needs called VitalPak.  VitalPak was created by nine year old Kyle Houlihan after he was diagnosed with diabetes.  “VitalPak is a medical backpack with a… Read More
Kelly

5-13-2015
Kelly
Diabetes Blog Week Day 3: Just In Case
It’s day 3 of the sixth annual Diabetes Blog Week and it’s all about about “cleaning out.”    I’m not always neat – but I’m freakishly organized when it comes to diabetes supplies.   Ironical because I’m a self admitted diabetes hoarder – and I have no… Read More
Scully

5-13-2015
Scully
D-blog week day 3 – get it out
Today’s blurb:Yesterday we kept stuff in, so today let’s clear stuff out.  What is in your diabetic closet that needs to be cleaned out?  This can be an actual physical belonging, or it can be something you’re mentally or emotionally hanging on to.  Why are you keeping it and why do… Read More
Kelly

5-13-2015
Kelly
Diabetes Blog Week: Moments ~
Day two of Diabetes Blog Week – And it’s all about the moments we keep to ourselves. We share so much of our lives on line, it makes sense to me that we keep some moments private to keep us relatively sane.######  I share a hell of a lot on my blog – the good, the bad, and the… Read More
Scully

5-12-2015
Scully
D-blog week day 2 – keep it to yourself
Today’s prompt:  Many of us share lots of aspects of our diabetes lives online for the world to see.  What are some of the aspects of diabetes that you choose to keep private from the internet?  Or from your family and friends?  Why is it important to keep it to… Read More
Scully

5-12-2015
Scully
D-blog week day 1 – I can
I have decided to try and participate in diabetes blog week. We will see how far I get. I reckon I may finish all 7 posts, just not on all 7 days.  I haven’t done this in years but the topics this year actually seemed interesting to me whereas they didn’t appeal to me in years past.  All… Read More
Kelly

5-11-2015
Kelly
Diabetes Blog Week: I Can…… I Have… And I Will Continue~
Today is the first day of Diabetes Blog Week – The brain child of Karen over at Bittersweet Diabetes. Todays topic is “I can,” and I love that topic.  Here’s my “I Can” post – I hope you dig it~    ####  I Can… I Have… And I Will Continue.   I’ve… Read More
Hallie

5-11-2015
Hallie
Happy Mother’s Day: To All the T1 Moms
Happy Mother’s Day!  Being a mom is not an easy job.  It is filled with situations and experiences that you never dreamed you’d ever encounter.  You find yourself doing and saying things you’d never imagined.  You’re more tired than you’ve ever been.  And you find yourself… Read More
Lorraine

5-8-2015
Lorraine
Forgetting Diabetes | Impact of Dexcom G4 and CGM in the Cloud
Minimizing Caleb’s disruption at school is paramount. Prioritizing this is less about restricting his classroom instruction, although that is an important right of his, but more about preserving his emotional health. Every time Caleb has to perform a diabetes care task, … Continue… Read More
Kelly

5-7-2015
Kelly
#tbt: Calling All Midvale School For The Gifted, Alum~
The following #tbt post was originally published on 2/14/08.  Here’s the thing, in life and life with diabetes, we all push when we should have pulled every now and then – we are imperfectly perfect – and that’s OK. #####Calling all Midvale AlumOne of my favorite”Far Side” cartoons… Read More
Kelly

5-4-2015
Kelly
#IwishPeopleKnewThatDiabetes Survey & Facebook Page
For all those who participated in #IwishPeopleKnewThatDiabetes Day & continue to use the hashtag – THANK YOU!Now I need your help.  Please take 5 minutes to fill out the #IwishPeopleKnewThatDiabetes Survey by clicking on the link… Read More
Scully

5-4-2015
Scully
P2A 2015
For those of us around here we call the “Paris to Ancaster” Race simply, P2A. Or as I like to call it, “The ghetto version of Paris Rubaix”. There is a ghetto Parix Rubaix in just about every city this time of year. It’s a race of weird proportions.  Ideally the bike to use is a cyclocross… Read More
Kelly

4-30-2015
Kelly
#tbt: So…..I Kinda Misplaced My Insulin Pump This Morning ~
#tbt, I originally wrote the following post 7 years ago, on October 8th, 2008.I can’t believe it’s been that long because I remember writing the post and I swear to God, it feels like it was yesterday – with that being said, I think many of you out in Dblogville will relate to the subject matter-… Read More
Hallie

4-29-2015
Hallie
Signs of Spring: Green Grass, Blue Sky, Blooming Flowers……
Spring has sprung!   The arrival of spring always brings with it the promises of things to come…  Flowers, blossoms, leaves, sunshine, blue skies, warmer temperatures….  and a 504 plan review!  In the spring, we always get together with A’s school staff to review her… Read More
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