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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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Latest Blog Posts
Hallie

4-28-2015
Hallie
SIX
Six.  Six years ago today Sweets was diagnosed with Type One Diabetes.   Looking back… she was just a baby!   It’s hard to believe that it’s been that long.  And yet it feels like it’s been part of our lives forever.   Year one… that was a big deal.  … Read More
Kelly

4-27-2015
Kelly
Facebook and Groupon – REALLY!?!?
Ahhhhhhh, FaceBook and their wonderful right-hand side target market advertising.   While I was looking at my Diabetesaliciousness Facebook page, via my personal FB account over the weekend, the following ad from Groupon popped up on the right-hand side of my screen.   Facebook,… Read More
Kelly

4-23-2015
Kelly
THANK YOU: #IwishPeopleKnewThatDiabetes – It’s Not Over.
THANK-YOU. Thank you for taking #IwishPeopleKnewThatDiabetes Day spirit and hashtag and running with it at full speed on twitter & other forms of Social Media – and thank you for continuing to run with it!   Thank-you for taking #IwishPeopleKnewThatDiabetes Day with less then two… Read More
Kelly

4-22-2015
Kelly
#IwishPeopleKnewThatDiabetes Day Is Here!
Shoutout to Mr. Mike Lawson for the nifty logo!While the global power of the Diabetes Online Community NEVER surprises me, it does continually amaze & inspire me.   When I published Friday’s #IwishPeopleKnewThatDiabetes post,   (Once again, BIG Shoutout to Kyle Schwartz, a… Read More
Kelly

4-20-2015
Kelly
#IWishPeopleKnewThatDiabetes Day – 4/22/15
Logo by the amazing Mr. Mike Lawson~I’m happy to say that a lot of discussions were generated on twitter and facebook after Friday’s blog post, #IwishpeopleknewThatDiabetes was published.   FTR: Friday’s post was inspired by Denver Colorado 3rd grade teacher, Kyle Schwartz… Read More
Scully

4-20-2015
Scully
A trail race
It’s been a long time since I signed up for a running race. It’s been at least 2 years probably more like 3. Crazy considering running was my only obsession at that time. I’ve also never ran a trail race.  Running for me these days is completely recreational. I never run alone. Some times I… Read More
Kelly

4-17-2015
Kelly
#IWishPeopleKnewThatDiabetes
Today’s post is inspired by Kyle Schwartz, a third grade teacher in Denver Colorado who created a trust building lesson plan for her third grade class called. “I wish my teacher knew.”   The honesty in the notes the students wrote are going to hit you in the heart.    … Read More
Kim

4-16-2015
Kim
Health e-Voices Conference.
I want to disclose in a more formal way, rather than a what-does-that-hashtag-mean sort of way, that this weekend I will be attending a conference in Jersey City hosted by Janssen (a Johnson & Johnson company) and Everyday Health. Here’s the conference description:  Healthevoices is a… Read More
Kelly

4-13-2015
Kelly
Sometimes My Diabetes Game Face Gets All Sorts Of Saucy – And…
I always try and educate people about diabetes and advocate for people with diabetes whenever I have the chance – ALWAYS.   But I’m only human -and every once in a while my Game Face gets saucy – and I’m fine with that.   ######  Spring has finally sprung and the… Read More
Kelly

4-8-2015
Kelly
Cold Spring, Spicy Salad ~
Spring is here, at least in theory and I’m just back from 4 days in Florida (more on that in another post,) where it was sunny and warm and it felt more like summer. I returned home to temps in the high forties, north easterly whipping winds and lots of rain. I miss my family and I… Read More
Hallie

4-7-2015
Hallie
Robot Parts: Pumps, Pods, Dexcoms, Glasses, Braces and…
Type One diabetes brings with it many, many doctor visits.   Sweets visits the endocrinologist every three months for a check up.  She gets yearly labs drawn.  If she’s lucky.  She has been needing labs every six months to check her cholesterol level (that’s a story for… Read More
Hallie

4-6-2015
Hallie
The Princess Meets The Queen
Like many of you, we first heard about Sierra Sandison, Miss Idaho, last summer.  I was immediately drawn to her story and platform.   Raising any girl has it’s challenges.  Raising a girl with Type One diabetes adds a whole new dimension.  It makes an already complicated… Read More
Scully

4-6-2015
Scully
Creative new glucose meter (FRED) in need of feedback
I don’t normally do this.  I’m being pimped!  I meet this dude in a coffee shop one day. He contacted me through my blog because he had an idea for a new glucose meter. At first I was like, yeah whatever, I’ll meet you. I told Ryan not to worry and that I wasn’t going to be murdered but… Read More
Hallie

4-5-2015
Hallie
The Summit: A JDRF MUST
A few weeks ago, we had the privilege of attending a Type One Nation Summit that our local JDRF was hosting.  If you have the opportunity to attend a function like this close to home, you should totally do it!  It was a great experience!  We have had a Type One Expo for years but… Read More
Hallie

4-2-2015
Hallie
Flying Solo: Easing Into Independence
How is it already April?   Somehow in the midst of cheer games and tournaments and conferences and a birthday and just LIFE… time has gotten away from me!   We’ve had a lot going on lately.  There’s been a lot of exciting, new things!  And there’s been a lot of our… Read More
Kim

4-1-2015
Kim
Dexcom Share Receiver + Share2 App + iPhone Health App.
You know that thing where you start a new job and you also have a toddler and you just aren’t making time to blog much anymore because any free time you have, you don’t want to spend in front of a computer? That! That thing!  And also the thing were you find a free dress pattern linked on… Read More
Kelly

3-31-2015
Kelly
My Take On The Diabetes UnConference
Big thanks to Christel for turning advocacy into action and making The Diabetes UnConference into reality!  #######  The 2015 Diabetes UnConference attendees~It’s taken me a while to wrap my head around The Diabetes UnConference and write a post for many reasons.  … Read More
Kelly

3-27-2015
Kelly
The Asante Snap Insulin Pump Actually Tells You How Much…
I’m currently participating in the Asante Snap trial (Click HERE to learn how you can give it a no commitment and free try,)  and I’m really enjoying it.  One of the features I find myself utilizing most is the ‘Stop Pump/Insulin Missed’ features.  Everyone who wears a pump,… Read More
Kelly

3-25-2015
Kelly
Wait, What’s Behind That Door?
So when I travel for non diabetes related reasons, (and for diabetes related reasons, come to think of it) I always seem to find things that immediately remind me of the DOC. My recent trip to Delray Beach was no different~#######I was in Delray Beach, Florida this past February, visiting with… Read More
Kelly

3-24-2015
Kelly
This Trip, A Philly TSA Agent Made Traveling With Diabetes Way…
Traveling with diabetes can be a challenge, incredibly frustrating and down right maddening. And when crap happens, I write about it.   So when good stuff happens when it comes to traveling and diabetes, I write about that stuff, too.   ######  So last week I had like… Read More
Scully

3-19-2015
Scully
numbers that keep me alive
I did an experiment. Okay it wasn’t an experiment, all did was track my insulin usage over a month. I guess that’s an experiment if you consider that I don’t track shit.  Being on injections means I don’t have a fancy digital device recording everything. Pen and paper are my only way of… Read More
Kelly

3-18-2015
Kelly
Yoga Pants Save The Day – And My Precariously Placed Infusion…
Only my love of the Diabetes Online Community, would get me to show a belly shot!  ###   Monday morning, as I was getting dressed and before I headed to the Flamingo Lobby to say my last Diabetes UnConference (more on that incredibly amazing experience very soon,) goodbyes and head… Read More
Lorraine

3-12-2015
Lorraine
#Dexcom #Share Receiver
We’ve been using CGM in the cloud in the form of Nightscout since September. Last week we started using the new Dexcom Share receiver. What Dexcom Share is: – It’s easy. There is really no need to read instructions. If … Continue reading &#8594… Read More
Scully

3-6-2015
Scully
You gotta own it when you’re me.
What I really wanted to title this post: “You gotta own your farts when you’re me.” For some reason I think the word “fart” in the title is just slightly not okay.  Sometimes I just want to be a story teller…  This story made me laugh and cringe and cry all while writing it. It’s real… Read More
Scully

2-27-2015
Scully
Things you may find interesting. Or not. It’s yours to decide.
Here’s something curious and weird for a change. Regretfully, I don’t remember who I stole this from since I found it in my drafts folder and I’m not sure how long ago I started it. I had to dig into the vault for some of these pics.  1. Four names that people call me other than my real… Read More
Scully

2-23-2015
Scully
I gained weight and this is actually a good thing
it’s time for an anxiety post.   Are you ready?  I don’t care, let’s go.  I gained weight. That’s a sign that my anxiety has been drastically in control lately. It’s directly related for a number of reasons. I’ve written about my food anxiety more times than I can recall. Hello,… Read More
Kelly

2-16-2015
Kelly
Winter Weather + Diabetes =
Winter Weather + Diabetes = All sorts of crap!  After a weekend of snow and ice, 50 mile an hour winds and bone chilling temps, tomorrow my neck of the woods is expecting 4 to 8 inches of snow.   And it totally could be worse. I could live in New England – Christ on bike, I have no… Read More
Hallie

2-16-2015
Hallie
Her Story, Our Story, Your Story: Kisses for Kycie and Changing…
Six years ago.  February.  It was a warmish day.  Warm enough that we were able to get outside a little.  Sweets was 2.  Almost 3.  She was riding her trike around in our driveway.  Having fun.  I needed to go to the store.  I was looking for beans to… Read More
Hallie

2-14-2015
Hallie
The Tipping Point: Stomach Bugs and T1D
Those three little words…   Three words no D parents wants to hear…  “I threw up.”  Those are the words we heard about 2:30 Monday morning.  Luckily she had been running low (we should have known…) and her pump had been shut off or we would have been in serious… Read More
Kelly

2-13-2015
Kelly
Valentines Day: #SpareARose, Save A Child & Live In Your…
Tomorrow is Valentines Day – And if you’re single, the barrage of Valentine’s Day commercials can make you feel all sorts of emotions – none of them good. There are moments as a singleton that Valentines Day can make you feel so sad for what you don’t have, that it makes it incredibly… Read More
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