Today, 33 years ago on 3 October 1986 I was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. I am actually at a bit of a loss for words. 33 years is a long time. I turn 34 in November. I want to cry a little. I have so many feelings on this day. Today I went and… Continue reading Happy Diaversary – Class of ’86
1. How long have you been a diabetic? I have had type 1 Diabetes for 12 years. I was diagnosed when I was 14. It's crazy to think that I have had Diabetes for almost half of my life! 2. Your diagnosis story? Well, it was pretty similar to a lot of other diagnosis stories.… Continue reading the.insulin.type on Low Carb Eating
I have done my second #happydiabeticchallenge this year. I missed a year as I took a break from Instagram and I also lost all my photos from the first one I did as I closed my old account and did not save the photos somewhere else. Silly me. This year Leah gave us great prompts… Continue reading #HAPPYDIABETICCHALLENGE
One of the Diabetic bloggers I follow (I name her like this because Diabetes is relevant), did a post on 5 Questions to ask a Diabetic. I thought, hmmm I am going to do the opposite because I have 5 very annoying questions/sayings you should not ask/say to a Diabetic. I think this is based… Continue reading 5 Questions not to ask a Diabetic
There is a debate around whether a detox works or not. In my opinion, it works, but people react differently and maybe, just maybe it does not work for someone. I think the only reason it does not work is because of the bad stuff that you are removing that tastes so damn good. I… Continue reading To Detox or not to Detox?
I am a Type 1 Diabetic-if you did not know already. November was Diabetes awareness month and it entailed an Instagram photo challenge including loads of blue, needles and Diabetic life. It was hosted by The.Insulin.Type Her name is Leah and she lives in Germany originating from Minnesota, US. She created this lovely challenge and topics.… Continue reading #HappyDiabeticChallenge
As written by my soon-to-be husband. With mutual friends pestering me to take a friend of theirs out on a date, I met my soon-to-be wife Elre. I was told beforehand that if things look to be getting serious I should always keep in mind that she's a T1D all of her life and that… Continue reading Befriend, date, engaged to a T1D