Monthly Archives: July 2017

Time in Range

Two weeks ago I had the honor of taking part in the Glycemic Outcomes Beyond A1C meeting in DC. There were many smart, well-informed diabetes professionals in the room and it was fascinating to hear their thoughts on this important … Continue reading

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Strength

“You never know how strong you are until being strong is your only choice.” Managing diabetes every day takes strength. It actually takes a lot of strength – in many different areas. It takes diligence, perseverance, math skills, a sense … Continue reading

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Increased happiness

You’ll never guess what has been found to increase happiness, and we already know it’s not money…sleep! I’m a huge fan of sleep – good quantity and quality sleep. I’ve written about the benefits of sleep in the past. Now … Continue reading

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What was said vs. what we hear

In the summer of 2009, the kids and I drove from Colorado to New Hampshire with a stop at the Canadian Niagara Falls. As we drove across the border, an official leaned out of her booth and asked the typical … Continue reading

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Type yes if you agree

Does anyone else out there cringe every time they see a Facebook post with type yes if you agree at the bottom? (I’m not on Instagram, so I don’t know if it happens there as well.) I have been experiencing this phenomenon … Continue reading

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