Mindfulness and Stress Management

Anyone living with diabetes knows that any number of things connected to our disease can be stress triggers: for some of us, it may be the constant monitoring and watching our blood glucose numbers; for others, it may be communicating with doctors or dealing with the financial pressures that diabetes can add. Managing a chronic illness on a daily basis simply is a stressful situation… Read More “Mindfulness and Stress Management”

Team Type 1 Races for America

This past Saturday, for the fifth year in a row, members of Team Type 1 — a team of athletes with Type 1 diabetes founded by college friends Joe Eldridge and Phil Southerland — set out on their bikes for a 3,052-mile “Race Across America.” With blood glucose meters, glucose tabs, and insulin pump supplies in tow, the cyclists are racing from California to Maryland… Read More “Team Type 1 Races for America”

Approaching 40

Today is my 39th birthday, and it’s been a really wonderful day. I’ve heard from friends and family near and far by phone, e-mail, mail, and Facebook. My husband and I both took the day off and went for a long walk in our favorite park and ate lunch outside at a romantic inn… Read More “Approaching 40”

My Motivation

It is an absolute pleasure to be a guest blogger for for the next couple of months. I have written numerous articles for Diabetes Self-Management magazine over the years and welcome this new opportunity to engage in a dialogue with other folks living with diabetes, with practitioners working with people who have diabetes, and with friends and loved ones who care about people living with diabetes… Read More “My Motivation”


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