I saw a great post the other day about the little things that make up life with T1D that other people do not see (#IWishPeopleKnewThatDiabetes – https://twitter.com/search?q=%23iwishpeopleknewthatdiabetes ) then today on my way to an acupuncture appointment while I adjusted my insulin infusion rate for the duration of the appointment, I thought to myself…There is … Continue reading Its all the little things..
Wow, what a rickety old cart my life has been the last couple of weeks, I started this Paleo diet with great intentions and I got on the strong Jarrah wood wagon, I was powering through it with my head high and feeling good about the changes…then lots of life obstacles and disappointments started popping … Continue reading When the wheels fall off
I feel, as a cyclist there is a lot of people (non cyclists) who question us on why we shave our legs and wear skin tight lycra that shows your man ‘camel toe’ in public. Well, I have the answer and I would like to share it with the world so that we can all … Continue reading Lycra Clarification
I am sure the majority of us have experienced it, that morning after – when you wake up with a smashing head ache, the unknown gross sodium taste in your mouth and that feeling of shame about your actions the night before…urrrgg I have had as many alcohol induced hangovers in my life as I … Continue reading The Hangover…
If you have been following along with my blog, I have to apologise because I may have led you to believe that living with type 1 Diabetes isn’t that bad and although there are some crap times, for the most part it is fairies and rainbows…sorry if I led you on, the fact of the … Continue reading Don’t believe all the hype
On my regular 52km work commute in (cycling) yesterday, I came across an alarming problem and when I say alarming I mean my Insulin Pump (life support) was screaming at me from inside my cycling jerseys rear pocket… I had a hunch what it was carrying on about, as I remember looking down at the pump that … Continue reading Even life support needs life support..
As a child and through my teenage years actually, I hated maths…all those formulas, special characters that mean something else and a range of different ways of achieving a numerical answer that quite frankly I had no use for. Thankfully my 6 year old son likes his maths, we have this massive times table chart … Continue reading Algebra – Type 1 Diabetes Style