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
We are all mortal and life likes to remind us every now and again that by exposing weakness, even those of us who are strong, life knows our weaknesses and plays on it when we haven’t been reminded for a while…but our strength is determined by how well we pick our selves up and push … Continue reading Moments of weakness make us human
Cast your mind back about a month ago, if you live in the lovely south End of Western Australia, think about that weekend in March where it was raining all day Saturday (and night) and the Sunday morning…during that rain myself and around 100+ other cyclists were participating in a 24 hour cycling race, why … Continue reading Are you Delirious…no its Delirium 2015!
Over the years it has been known that my temper can get out of control at times of stress, it is a lot better than what it was when I was a child / teen, I have put many a hole in doors at home from kicking a door open…thinking about that actually I made … Continue reading Tester Tantrums…
I have returned home from a short week away for work, my last post was about going on the Paleo way of eating and in that week away I started eating like a caveman. I am happy to say that the ups and downs of the T1D blood sugar roller coaster and mood swings of … Continue reading The T1D Roller coaster is temp out of service…